Comedian Dave Chappelle will perform four (yes, four!) shows next week (yes, next week!) at the Pabst Theater. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Ampersand Theater Company celebrated its grand opening last weekend at its new location, 628. N. 10th St. The space, which is in the lower level of the 150-year-old Calvary Presbyterian Church, formerly housed In Tandem's Tenth Street Theater.
After a few years without a local comedy club, Brew City finally remedied the situation with last weekend's opening of Laughing Tap, 706 S. 5th St. The first two shows both sold out.
Milwaukee has always fit into the larger comedy scene in myriad ways: with talented comics and compassionate audiences.
After a few years without a permanent venue for local and national comedy events, Milwaukee is about to get one.
Before she takes the stage, OnMilwaukee got to chat with Rachel Bloom over the phone about life after "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," the unconventional show's unconventional success and, in honor of the tour's name, what she's going to do with her life now.
Before his "All Rise" tour arrives next week, we chatted with Nick Offerman about life after Ron Swanson, his plans for his Brew City stop and something even more disturbing than seeing his face deep-faked onto the Tanner family: his Cubs fandom.
The viral-video masters and nasty-food-eaters Rhett & Link return to Milwaukee on Tuesday at the Riverside with jokes, songs and laughs. They will also be in their underwear.
In the TV comedy "Broad City" Ilana Glazer plays a sillier version of her real self, but she proved tonight at a sold-out show at the Pabst Theater that even when she gets slightly more serious, she's every bit as hilarious.
Wanna forget your own name? Hypnotist and comedian Flip Orley will perform the first-ever comedy show in the Panorama Club at Fiserv Forum on Saturday, June 29.
In this episode of FoodCrush, we chat with "Industry Outsider" Wes Shaver. Together, we take closer look at the wild world of hospitality, the challenges it presents for owner operators and the skills it takes to succeed in the industry.
Laughter feels good - and Saturday night, it'll feel even better as the Jewish Community Center (JCC) will host comedy for a cause with Laugh It Up Milwaukee at The Pabst Theater.
The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center (JCC) announces Seth Meyers will return as the headline performer for Laugh It Up Milwaukee, the annual fundraiser that celebrates community partnership.
In 2018, we all seem to be living in dog years, each of Earth's spins around the sun actually counting as seven. But if you think your year's been hard to keep up with, imagine Michelle Wolf's past 365 days, topped off this weekend with a show at Turner Hall Ballroom.
Now that his TBS late night show will shrink down to 30 minutes a night, Conan O'Brien has a little more time on his hands, which he's using to hit the road with "Conan & Friends: An Evening of Stand-Up and Investment Tips" - including a Milwaukee stop.