The July 16 Comedy for Recovery event will feature BradChad Porter, Ben Flint, Steven Patchin, Matt Hinson, Mack O Henson, CJ Lance and others.
Rhonda Clark and the other minds behind Carpenter Square Theatre’s creative direction read all of playwright Nicky Silver’s new works. Finding one that’s a good fit for their intimate production setting is another matter. Silver is a New York-based writer known for penning off-Broadway productions like 1993’s Pterodactyls, 1995’s Raised in Captivity and 2004’s Beautiful…
Jim Gaffigan’s show in Norman comes the day after the comic’s 50th birthday.
“I’d feel bad inside if I did. I’ve never been good at curbing myself,” she said. “Oklahoma’s got some fucked-up politicians, but it’s also got Wayne Coyne, so … I’m all in.”
Mullaly tells Oklahoma Gazette she loves returning home despite the state’s embarrassing politics.
“Lance was like, ‘Have you ever written a movie?’ And I was all like no,” Hicks said.
“You’re just kind of thrown into it. [You] definitely have to have tough skin,” Chapman said.
McCarthy resorts to demeaning sight gags and furious mugging to keep The Boss moving through its standard “build trust-break trust-restore trust” plot structure.
Amy Schumer, known for her work in television and movies as well as her sometimes uncomfortable brand of satire, makes a tour stop in OKC.
Striving over and over for something seemingly meaningless might appear to be a waste of time, but then again, isn’t everything?