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Catch some of Atlanta’s most innovative comedy at these indie nights.
An Indigo Girl goes solo, Harry Potter fans can get a unique cocktail, and Tig Notaro plays the Tabernacle
The Atlanta Comedy Arts Festival kicks off Thursday and the seventh-annual Atlanta Ice Cream Festival hits Piedmont Park this weekend.
Comedian Lizz Winstead has always been a force in the political satire world. The cocreator and former head writer of The Daily Show is turning her jokes into activism with the Lady Parts Justice League, whose Vagical Mystery Tour comedy show stops by Terminal West on June 2.
Already featured in seemingly every movie ever, the elevator at downtown's Marriott Marquis has a new claim to fame—as the star of an Improv Everywhere video.
In 2015, French Moroccan comedian Gad Elmaleh made an unusual decision. After enjoying years of fame and success in France, Elmaleh decided to learn English and discover how his comedy translates in America. We recently chatted with Elmaleh in advance of his show at Atlanta's Symphony Hall, part of his U.S. tour.
For 11 years, each episode of The Carol Burnett Show kicked off with an unscripted audience Q&A. And every week, Burnett managed to wring guffaws out of even the most humdrum queries. Burnett continues the tradition in her live tour, which stops by Cobb Energy Centre this month. She talked to us about her groundbreaking show, that infamous curtain-rod dress, and the Hollywood parodies she wishes she could do today.
Santa is an evil genius destabilizing the global economy by flooding the market with cheap toys. Frosty is a snowperson with gender identity issues. Ebenezer Scrooge drops his greedy shtick to lead an unexpected charge against holiday consumerism.
The Bert Show's Jeff Dauler decided to try stand-up comedy after a lunch with Jeff Foxworthy. Now, he's opening for comedians like Joel McHale and has his own show coming up on June 12 at Eddie's Attic.