Rob Delaney has made a name for himself with 140-character comedy, but his new book is in full paragraphs.
The monthly comic showcase Congrats on Your Success celebrates its first birthday.
At Double Feature, short comic films are presented alongside live stand-up comics.
Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal, and John Hodgman’s Sandwich-to-Go Tour gives a date to Chicago.
Big laughs in a little tent in Pilsen.
John Oliver, briefly host of The Daily Show, is the perfect person to critique the insane world of American politics.
Brent Weinbach: Not here to make friends.
Kids in the Hall vet Dave Foley takes his act to the stage.
Action Comedy: Megan Gailey headlines the debut of a comic showcase.
Experimental troupe Kill All Comedy is now experimenting at the Hideout.
Parlour Car stand-up at Bar DeVille is worth leaving the couch for.
Andy Kaufman’s debut album is culled from over 80 hours of recorded material, much of it recorded against someone’s will.
Chappelle’s Show alum Paul Mooney brings his stand-up to Bronzeville.
Comic Cameron Esposito returns to Chicago with a show at the Hideout.
Hari Kondabolu’s incendiary humor