The comedy festival features reunions, breakouts, and plenty of comedy.
Jessica Michelle Singleton, Lisa Curry, and Dana Moon film their 15-city tour for a new docuseries, Road Kill Comedy.
Take the five-week stand-up comedy class for women founded by Cameron Esposito.
Hijinks, the experimental sketch group, settles into the iO with a comedy marathon.
From the cradle to the stage with actual siblings Will and Kevin Hines, also known as the Brothers Hines.
Hannibal Buress, Tim and Eric, iO’s farewell, and more of the best Chicago comedy of 2014.
Grayer in the beard, Brian Posehn probably ain’t retreating from his trademark bawdy humor anytime soon.
Comedian Al Jackson spent time as a middle school teacher, and he’s not done educating us all on the ways of the world.
Three years in, the Laughingstock musical-comedy festival expands to 26 acts and three stages.
Living-room comic Matt Braunger makes you feel like one of the guys.
Improv team Carl and the Passions keep good old-fashioned long-form alive in iO’s new HQ.
Comedian Judah Friedlander has acted , but his stand-up—complemented by trucker hats and denim—has stayed the course.
Cabaret comedian Bridget Everett flaunts over-the-top sultriness, while local eccentric Ian Abramson plays a vaudevillian angle.
Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer, and Bill Burr headline the second annual Oddball Comedy Festival.
The nine-person sketch-comedy troupe Harvard Sailing Team grew its name on YouTube but remains at its best onstage.