Local comedians Eric Brown, Julia Macias and Mario Trevizo join Morgan Bost for her latest round of poking fun at all things Asheville.
The stand-up talks new projects and the city’s comedy scene.
Yes, Kent Purser is full of jokes, as his hotline reveals. But his thoughts behind the free service extend beyond any given punchline.
Xpress speaks with local writers, visual artists, musicians and other members of the creative community about the benefits humor brings to artistic projects and productions.
This month local comedian Morgan Bost and friends discuss holiday gifts Asheville desperately needs, what alcoholic beverage best represents the city and what our community’s collective New Year’s resolution ought to be.
If you’re reading this, it means you’ve successfully survived the season thus far. Yes, I realize it’s still early. Nevertheless, preparation is key.
This month Morgan Bost speaks with fellow comedians Chesney Goodson, Blaine Perry and Cameron Davis about the Halloween costume that best captures Asheville’s spirit, the future of Pack Square Park and the upcoming election.
This month local comedian Morgan Bost and friends discuss ideas for how they’d spend the proposed $70 million bond money, ways to avoid romantic partners during this leaf season and the quintessential WNC festival that is not currently being produced.
A new feature in Xpress, local comedian Morgan Bost speaks with a rotating cast of local funny folks to get their takes on all things Western North Carolina.
Performers and organizers discuss the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on comedy and how shared laughter is more powerful now than ever.
From superheroes to architectural fantasies, these Asheville comedians thrive when put on the spot.
The COVID-19 pandemic shook up life for Robert Bennett when his job as a mechanical engineer disappeared — not that he was mad about it. “I didn’t like engineering; I just fell back on my degree,” the UNC Charlotte graduate recalls. Instead, he seized the opportunity to turn his gig hosting Robert’s Totally Rad Trivia, […]
The veteran comedian performs “A History of Stand-up Comedy” Aug. 27-28 at Attic Salt Theatre Co.
Throughout the pandemic, local arts programs have rallied and adapted to the demands brought about by COVID-19, providing teachers much-needed relief and students a chance to express themselves during these trying times.
The festival’s 19th edition features shows designed for online presentation, plus a few socially distanced outdoor events.
Our A&E Editor was inspired by creative work from social justice advocates and an increased sense of community.
Hilliary Begley, Moira Goree and Peter Smith-McDowell discuss life as a stand-up comic during a pandemic.
**POSTPONED** The comedy and bluegrass show stops by Hi-Wire’s Big Top on March 18.
The new monthly series kicks off Feb. 20 at the YMI Cultural Center.
Asheville’s newest Valentine’s Day soirée doesn’t quite embody traditional romance.
The comedian, science podcaster and psychedelic advocate brings a pair of shows to the Funkatorium on Feb. 6.