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.
Comedian Eric Andre will headline the fall comedy show, sponsored by Social Programming Board in Graham Chapel, Oct. 28.
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.
Pete Davidson, most widely known for his appearances on Saturday Night Live (SNL), will headline this semester’s comedy show, the Social Programming Board (SPB) announced this evening.
Hannibal Buress, known for his work as both an actor and writer on “The Eric Andre Show,” and his role as Lincoln Rice in “Broad City,” will headline Social Programming Board’s annual fall comedy show on Oct. 18 in Graham Chapel.
Just as people were starting to ask whether Social Programming Board even remembered to book a fall comedy artist, the group announced that Hannibal Buress—absurdist comedian, provocateur and propagator of the Bill Cosby rape allegations—would be taking the Graham Chapel stage Oct. 18.
Sharing the story of his acting career and encounters with big-name celebrities, Kenan Thompson entertained a massive crowd at Social Programming Board’s fall comedy show.
Kenan Thompson, the actor and comedian best known for his roles on “Saturday Night Live” and Nickelodeon sketch comedy show “All That,” will be performing at Social Programming Board’s second fall comedy show on Nov. 6. SPB announced Thompson’s performance Tuesday night. Student response to the announcement seemed generally positive, with over 1,000 students listed […]
Comedian Kenan Thompson will headline Social Programming Board’s second and final comedy show of the semester, SPB announced tonight. The show will take place on Thursday, Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in Graham Chapel.
“Minor nudity was advertised, minor nudity achieved,” the mustachioed man announced as he walked out on the stage shirtless. “Drink it in.” Actor Nick Offerman, best known for his portrayal of libertarian, meat lover and woodworker Ron Swanson on the popular NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation,” spoke Sunday night at an almost filled to capacity Edison Theater.
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