What would mornings on public radio sound like if the comedian was a host?
At a recent TED Talk, Watts beat the speakers at their own game, managing to sound brilliant while making no sense whatsoever.
David Hanbury talks about his alter-ego, Mrs. Smith, and the life of a theater queen.
The hounds have a dark, somber french ballet interpretation of “Snow White,” an art show elevating overlooked matriarchal figures in Islamic religion and culture, and a sad vampire comedian’s stand-up routine on their radar this week.
Charlie Todd gets people to ride the subway in their boxers, and dance in public with strangers, all in the name of good fun.
This week’s hounds are into Mexico’s master cinematographer, a strange fairy who knows how to push the laugh button and theater that turns public policy into improv comedy.
Blount describes himself as a “close reader” which means he gives a lot of thought to such words as “itch” and “scratch” and “squelch.”
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Author and stand-up comedienne Pat Dennis believes the ability to make someone laugh, whether on stage or in print, is not only a gift but quite possibly a genetic defect.
Chicagoans “TJ and Dave” are one of the many groups that will be here for this weekend’s Twin Cities Improv Fest A festival of improvisational comedy Twin Cities style, American woodturners uniting in St. Paul, and two dance companies preparing a feast of movement are on the hounds’ agenda this week. (Want to be an Read more →