Who is KARL and why is he on our campus?

Washington University’s improv comedy K.A.R.L makes their debut post-pandemic performance, proving to be truly better than Trevor.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Eric Andre doesn’t quite disappoint in Fall Comedy Show

I didn’t know what to expect for Andre’s performance on Monday. The question lingering as I found my seat was whether Eric Andre’s performance would be more traditional comedy or would it be more like his show.

| Senior Editor

Repackaging: Brian Regan on 30 years as a clean comedian

Brian Regan will soon be coming to St. Louis for a stop on his national theater tour. He is widely recognized as a comedian with unprecedented mass appeal, not only for his accessible brand of observational humor, nuanced by hilarious physicality and expressiveness in his stand-up routines, but for the fact that his enormous arsenal of jokes is entirely “clean,” and has been practically from the start.

Madelyn Quiroz | Contributing Writer

Ken Jeong talks acting, medical experience at SPB comedy show

This past Thursday, April 4, comedian Ken Jeong, known for roles like Ben Chang on “Community” and Mr. Chow from the Hangover movies, came to Washington University for Social Programming Board’s Spring Comedy Show.

| Associate Editor

Kids on Campus brings unconventional comedy to WU

Kids on Campus, Washington University’s sketch comedy group, had their semesterly show in the Village Black Box March 3 and 4. Audiences were treated to 15 sketches, making for an hour and a half of comedic ingenuity.

| Staff Writer

‘Clean comedian’ Ryan Hamilton to perform at Helium Comedy Club

Brilliant stand-up comedian Ryan Hamilton is coming to St. Louis Jan. 24-26 at Helium Comedy Club, just 10 minutes from campus.

| Senior Editor

Skits and sketches: Kids On Campus kills with major laughs

When a line starts forming two hours before doors open for a show, it’s obvious that the show is something worth waiting for.

Madelyne Quiroz | Contributing Writer

Asian American Association to hold annual Open Mic Night

Washington University’s Asian American Association (AAA) will showcase student talent at its annual Open Mic Night on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 2-4 p.m. in Ursa’s.

Jaden Satenstein | Staff Writer

Drew Michael obfuscates comedy as a genre

During his new 51-minute HBO special, Drew Michael ropes you into a confusing relationship—and it is awful. You cannot possibly know if your role is that of a friend, significant other, therapist or self, distinctions that are often blurred in reality.

Ayanna Harrison | Contributing Writer

Pete Davidson: Waterworks, drugs and Capri Suns

Pete Davidson pushed boundaries of political correctness (cringes were audible at times), kept a laid-back structure (I don’t think he ever really knew what he was going to say before he said it) and messed with the audience members in a fun back-and-forth style Q&A.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

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