All tagged Joan Rivers

Call Answered: I first heard about Brad Zimmerman's show "My Son The Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy" when it had its NYC run in 2014, but never got to see it. I'm so grateful for second chances because when I called, Brad answered. "My Son The Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy" is the hilarious & inspiring story about the grit & passion it takes to "make it" as an artist & the sweet rewards that come from never giving up! "My Son The Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy" will play Bucks County Playhouse from 3/23-4/9!
Call Answered: I love to make people laugh and put a smile on their face. I also enjoy someone who can make me laugh out loud. When Australian comedian Joel Creasey was presented to me, I took a gander at his work. What I found was a bright, young, fresh comedian, who made me laugh out loud! I'm so excited to have had the chance to interview Joel about his start in comedy and upcoming show "The Hurricane" at the Laurie Beechman Theatre from November 13-15! In this show Joel recounts his time spent on the reality TV show "I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!" (opposite Maureen "Marcia Brady" McCormick), Hollywood (where he was invited to a gay celebrity orgy), and, of course, across Australia.
Call Redialed: I was first introduced Dina Martina's in 2005 when I went to Provincetown, MA with a group of friends! Her dark humor, quick wit, and audience interaction made me a fan at the snap of a finger. She truly puts on a one of a kind show and I have been seeing her shows non-stop for the past 10 years because of this uniqueness! Dina is returning once again to The Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York City from September 19-27 with a brand new show entitled "Flat & Lacking!" Some of the shows are already starting to sell out, so click here to get your tickets!
Call Answered: I have been a Madonna fan all of my life. Her music, style, movies, and most of all her fearlessness have inspired almost everything in my life. So when Chip Duckett from Spin Cycle reached out to me about interviewing Nadya Ginsburg, I had no choice but to "Strike A Pose" and find out "Who's That Girl," behind the "Madonnalogues." This long-running and ever-changing LA hit features Nadya's hysterical impressions of Madonna, Cher, and Winona Ryder along with original characters. "Madonnalogues" will play The Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC on September 17th and 18th and at Voyeur in Philadelphia on September 19!
"Call Me Adam" chats with rising comedian Scott Backman about his upcoming gigs in New York at Stand-Up NY on May 2 and Therapy on May 6 as well as other details of his life and career!