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11.24.2014 | 67 days ago | Posted at 01:25 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
The local Milwaukee end of the nationally-metastasized Bye Bye Liver sketch comedy thing hosts a holiday show on the East Side next month. The full name of the show is Bye Bye Liver: The Milwaukee Drinking Play Presents: Alcoholiday Drinktacular 2014.The show is a celebration of drinking culture which runs regularly with different casts all over the country. The special holiday show features holid...
08.06.2011 | | Posted at 05:29 PM

Beginning the new theatre Year With Funny—the second two programs

By Russ Bickerstaff
In Day two of the 2011 Milwaukee Comedyfest, the mood rolled into a different rhythm with three different programs featuring a Stand-up comic followed by a sketch comedy group followed by an improv group and ended with another sketch group. THE FIRST SHOW I couldn't help but notice that my new favorite spot in ComedySportz's main stage was co-occupied by a rather large synthesizer. Didn'€™t kno...
02.07.2011 | | Posted at 09:10 AM

A little improv, a Iittle sketc, a little audience participation, nearly a lot of fun.

By Russ Bickerstaff
The Comedysportz Garage feels kind of like a cross between a traditional comedy club and high school prom. It’s a large space. People sit scattered about at various tables drinking. Vintage ‘80’s pop plays through a rather nice sound system. It’s late night at Comedysportz—a show that is scheduled to start at 9:30 pm. This is the Milwaukee end of the Chicago-born Bye Bye Liver—a sket...
11.02.2010 | | Posted at 03:09 PM

Bye Bye Liver Moves and Sitcom Actor Returns to Marquette (again)

By Russ Bickerstaff
Sketch comedy group Broadminded opens Lions and Tigers and . . . Zombies? In a couple of weekends. The sketch comedy group has established itself as being one of the more reliably funny ongoing comedy names in town. This coming Saturday, there are a couple of interesting late night comedy shows hitting the general vicinity of downtown. The reasonably long-running Milwaukee incarnation of Chicago...