Browsing: Comedy

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So Wong, She’s Right

Today marks your first chance at a last-minute gift that will make you a hero. At least if the person you’re giving it to has a really twisted sense of humor. Tickets to Ali Wong: The Milk & Money Tour at Winspear Opera House go on sale at 10:00 a.m. this morning,…

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Who’s Ready For A Babtism?

The holiday season wouldn’t be quite the same without some judgmental religious types condemning our lives of sin over ham and potato casserole. But this Saturday, we’re going to have fun being preached at. That’s because the Austin Babtist Women have agreed to spread their special kind of comedy to a Dallas audience…

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Christmas Just Got Really Sketchy

On the 12th year of hiatus, my true love gave to me—the return of Queertown! Dallas’ first LGBT comedy troupe hits the stage again after more than a decade in the witness protection program. Or perfecting their synchronized swimming choreography for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Can’t be sure. We’ve been getting…

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Gray For Pay

As you might expect, we get pitched a lot of crowdfunding projects to write about. And most of them never make the cut. Be grateful. So you know when we do feature a crowdsourcing campaign that we truly believe in the product. Case in point: The Disappointments. Never have we laughed out loud…

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The Les You Know

We met Leslie Jordan years ago and he couldn’t have been nicer. Not only did he pose for a photo with us, he posed for seven photos with us because he kept closing his eyes when the shutter clicked. Now that’s a good sport. In fact, he’s one of the rare…

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Hooray For Puberty!

You have less than two weeks until the Emmy Awards to catch up watching all the nominated shows. At least if you’re like us and enjoy cheering along for your favorites. Of note this season, numerous LGBT performers and characters populate nearly every important category, as detailed wonderfully by our friends…

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Service With A Laugh

Never give up on your dreams. Though you may want to give up on that iced tea refill you’ve been hoping for. In My Son the Waiter – A Jewish Tragedy, actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman takes us on a journey of his 29 years working as a waiter while pursuing his lifelong…

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Funny AND Hot? Sheesh.

Smile coyly at us and we’ll jump in bed with you pretty much right away. Make us laugh, and we may never leave. Consider that fair warning, K-VON, you Persian dream date, you. Sadly, he’ll probably never even glance our way let alone smile at us with lust in his…

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The Blair Pitch Project

Even though she didn’t make it to the end of this season’s RuPaul’s Drag Race, Blair St. Clair was an early standout for us. Especially considering her young age. Well, she’s off to the music charts with a new single out now called “Call My Life” (watch the full video below). Her…

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