Demetri Martin is scheduled to bring his inventive stand-up “Point Your Face At This” tour to Northampton on Wednesday.
Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut in “Quartet” is superbly executed.
Sanah Rizvi reviews a book by Elizabeth Glasband, “Are You Kidding Me? A Review of A Journal of First Dates, Flings, and Finding Love.”
John Hodgman and Jonathan Coulton put on their signature, collaborative performance at the Calvin. The show was loaded with jokes, music, “urine and mayonnaise.”
Lewis Black had audiences rolling on the floor during his Friday night stand-up performance.
Comedian Lewis Black to perform at the Calvin Theatre in Northampton tonight.
Mike Birbiglia’s one-man show “My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend” takes a comedic stare into the abyss of relationships and romance.
Patrice O’Neal, who died in November of last year, releases posthumous album that is entertaining and worthwhile.
Comedian Bill Burr’s dynamic and effective style is punctuated by his “everyman” stances on social issues that, when taken as a whole, make for a unique comedic perspective.
Burr is returning to Pioneer Valley after his Fall 2008 performance at the Mullins Center, this time landing in Northampton.
Sex-obsessed British comedian Russell Brand came to the Mullins Center on Saturday, pulling characteristic antics and poking fun at audience members throughout.
The stand-up comedian, film star and author is stopping at the Mullins Center on Saturday as part of his “Keeping It Simple Tour.”
For all those friendly, child-hunting, white van-owning criminals, we have provided a list of candies favored by kids and all their particular advantages.
Joined onstage by his notorious stable of ventriloquist dummies, Jeff Dunham entertained audiences at the Mullins Center Thursday night.
Comedic pupeteer Jeff Dunham is stopping at the Mullins Center for his “Controlled Chaos” tour on Thursday, October 19. Dunham will be accompanied by his outlandishly inappropriate five-member puppet gang.
On April 8 and 9 at 6:30 p.m., comedians from across the country took the stage in Bartlett 65 to showcase their comedic talents and create a room full of laughter and smiles.
The Sketch-22 crowd was simmering with excitement last Saturday night, as a packed house rushed to find seats in the already-jammed Herter 231 auditorium.
The infamously angry Lewis Black calms things down for the Calvin Theater in Northampton for back-to-back shows last Friday and Saturday. Touring with John Bowman, Black is rounding out his “In God We Rust” tour.
He’s loud, he’s opinionated and he’s back in the area for two shows on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Calvin Theater in Northampton. Tickets are still available for $47.50.
Daniel Tosh will be performing this Wednesday at the Mullins Center. Audiences can expect an energetic, at least partially improvised performance from the star of Comedy Central’s “Tosh.0.”