We spoke to the Swedish stand-up quartet about psychoses, Mufasa and how terrifying it is to try to be funny on stage.
Stand-up is basically an acceptable form of public self-harm. As someone who thinks a lot about self harm, it's one place I feel accepted.
I guess entering Triple J Raw Comedy to avenge my ex was never going to bring happiness.
How do you prepare for a comedy special knowing it might be your last?
Men never think about this stuff—at least until you bring it to their attention.
Not a lot of money and crippling self doubt: what's the draw of being a stand-up?
Stemming the Tide of Cultural Amnesia: An Interview with Legendary New York Performance Artist, Penny Arcade
We talked to the one-woman show about five decades of performing, her oral history project Lower East Side Biographies and the need to offer young people a queer, punk-rock, alternative to the mainstream.
We talked with author Scott Saul about how the legendary stand-up comic became who he was, and how his comedy was the opposite of Bill Cosby's.
A journey through America's Midwest to a show where they paid me in beer.