Introducing the Milwaukee Comedy Podcast!

Say hello to the all new Milwaukee Comedy Podcast! We won't actually hear you say hello, but, c'mon, it's fun! In our very first episode (Yippie!) Host Greg Bach interviews Founder and Producer of Milwaukee Comedy and the Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Matt Kemple. Check it out and finally get the answer to hard hitting questions like […]

A Great, Plain Example of the Sense of Success

It’s simple. Do what you love because you love doing it.  Keep doing what you love, even if you’re not making money or gaining fame.  The simple desire to pursue something based on passion and enjoyment can lead you to greater places, but it will always make you feel greater no matter where you end […]

Johnny Beehner on Festivals

m4s0n501 Festival season is in steady course for comedians and The Milwaukee Comedy Festival is gearing up for another year of great laughs! We thought it would be a great idea to talk with local great Johnny Beehner about comedy festivals! Johnny, who recently competed in Gilda’s LaughFest Best in the Midwest Competition and returned […]

Pony up to Timmy Williams

A camera, an idea, and a method to reach an audience are the basic ingredients for sketch comedy. Success can be an instant or a result of consistently creating quality material for audiences to enjoy and share. So if creating content is an easy task today than how does a group (or an individual) become […]

How to Promote Your Comedy Show

Here at Milwaukee Comedy, we spend a lot of time putting on great comedy shows, but figuring out the best way to tell our fans about the fun is the real challenge. It can be difficult to promote your own comedy show, but with a little motivation and this simple advice, you can learn How to Promote Your Comedy […]

Seven Easy Tips for First Time Open Mic Comedians

Trying out your stand up comedy skills for the first time can be down right terrifying.  Focus on doing your best and having some fun, and take a look at these Seven Easy Tips for First Time Open Mic Comedians. 1)   Prepare yourself—write some jokes, locate an open mic, and tell your friends to come enjoy […]

Mapping the Road from Jokes to Success

Mike Stanley is a fearless and captivating performer. He’s definitely a comedian who offers an entertaining and rewarding show for audiences; and a show all comedians can appreciate and observe his craft of storytelling.  Milwaukee Comedy had the chance to correspond with Mike Stanley before he hits the stage this weekend at The Comedy Cafe […]

Jason Hillman’s COK

If you think back to 2010, It may not seem that long ago. But when you look at where the comedy scene was 4 years ago versus now, you may notice a big difference.  One of those reasons is Jason Hillman and the Caste of Killers Comedy Collective.  They just so happen to be celebrating […]

The Process of Comedy Writing

Joke writing can be a daunting task.  It’s hard to come up with an original premise, and make it work on stage.  Sure, your co workers may say you are the funniest person in your office, or you were voted “Class Clown” in your high school.  Congratulations.  The translation from what works in a group […]