Sun Will Come Out With Morrow!

Impressions, characters, quips and kookiness – comedian Martin Morrow has an arsenal of comic tools he may pull out at any moment when performing. With a background in not just stand up comedy, but also sketch and improvisation, Morrow has developed a unique style of comedy he has performed all over the country in clubs, […]

Shop Small. Laugh Tall.

After hitting the malls and the big-box stores on Black Friday, you can patronize mom-and-pop local merchants on Saturday, Nov. 29, then catch the Tall Boys/Goodnight Milwaukee show at 8 p.m. at ComedySportz, 420 S. 1st St. Just as they combined with Sketch Marks for two shows earlier in November, the Tall Boys are performing with Goodnight […]

Dynamo Kickstand sketch show Oct. 18

Dynamo Kickstand. Add that name to the list of Milwaukee’s growing sketch comedy scene. Veteran comedians Stacy Pawlowski, Ryan Lowe and Greg Bach have teamed up to present their own hilarious take on things in a debut show at 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 18. As Greg and Ryan recount in the Milwaukee Comedy video above, the […]

Milwaukee Comedy Podcast – Ep 4 with Tom Clark

m4s0n501 We’re back, you’re back and the podcast is back! On this episode we have the incredible Tom Clark! He was in town at the Comedy Cafe and he was gracious enough to sit down with Greg and talk about his twenty year career in comedy! Follow him on twitter @tomclarkcomedy and for all things […]

Hotdogs and Hamburgers needs bread

Hotdogs and Hamburgers is a 10-city, six-state, 11-day, four-man comedy tour that hits the road next month from Milwaukee. Tyler Maas recently wrote about it for the Milwaukee Record, in which he did a Q&A with Sammy Arechar, one of the four comedians on the tour. We also posted about it here. Sammy, Steve Breese, […]

Rivers runs through us

In newsrooms, it’s known as the “dreaded local angle.” When a celebrity dies, you have to note some nearby connection, no matter how remote, that ties the deceased to the local reader. The thinking is that local folks don’t really relate to or care about some Nobel Peace Prize recipient who passed away unless they […]

Quick Bits with a Rubber Chicken

The 9th annual Milwaukee Comedy Festival has crossed the road. It is hysterical history. However, we have collected spontaneous exhibitions of comedy from some of the dozens of performers and comedian volunteers who participated in Wisconsin’s largest comedy event. Because it has become our tradition. That’s why. At the 2013 festival, we asked for knock-knock jokes. And […]

Milwaukee Comedy Podcast – Ep. 3 with Johnny Beehner

On the third episode of the Milwaukee Comedy Podcast, Greg sits down with local and national comedian Johnny Beehner, talking comedy, an amazing family charity and the perils in working for a company that destroyed America. If you’re an up and coming standup, Johnny gives some tips and talks about his experience with bookers. Thanks […]

Milwaukee Comedy Podcast – Episode 2b with Ryan Lowe

Moving right along into the second recorded podcast for Milwaukee Comedy with host Greg Bach! This one is chock full of fun – so fun it available to you in two parts! Greg Interviews the Lone Wolf of comedy – Ryan Lowe (Part 2)   We gotta say thanks to the brains and brawn of the podcast: […]

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 […]