“There are a lot of people that just don’t think women are as funny as men,” sophomore Sydney Stephens said. “I really think we made a statement by winning (regionals).”
Pizza man-turned-comedian Pablo Francisco of Tucson, Arizona will put on a show full of impersonations, satire, and a little bit of insanity at Déjá Vu this weekend.
The tide continues to rise for the only sketch comedy group on campus as it establishes a single identity.
Forget “Late Night”: Columnist Ellie Papadakis shares three online talk shows you should watch.
Mizzou is home to two improv troupes, Comedy Wars and MU Improv.
A former vice prez and a reading advocate
MOVE takes a look into the world of MU Improv.
(Kind of) relationship columnist Ellise Verheyen on public presence
TV columnist Crystal Duan on why ‘Enlisted’ and ‘Brooklyn Nine Nine’ are actually funny
A Comedy Wars star and a St. Louis jazz artist
Yoram Bauman gave up his career as a college professor to go on tour as the first-ever “Stand-up Economist”
Seattle professor, YouTube star to perform after Economics Open House
Comedian and writer Hari Kondabolu performed at Memorial Union to promote Asian American Awareness Month.
Morton answers all of MOVE’s questions before he makes a stop at Deja Vu Nov. 8 - 10.
Puerto Rican comedian Bill Santiago performed at Bengal Lair on Thursday night.
Blue will be performing at Deja Vu Comedy Club Feb. 17 through Feb. 19.
Tommy Johnagin and Andy Woodhull will perform Friday and Saturday at Déjà Vu.
Sophomore Dillon Cassidy is part of MU Improv and performs at Eastside Tavern.
Sagal will perform Friday in Jesse Auditorium.
Two students out of 25 who auditioned were selected as potential new cast members.