Five comedians dish about opening up at the Houston Improv.
AT THE HOUSTON IMPROV, more than 20 acts and two hosts take the stage for Open Mic Night every Tuesday. With ample seating and plenty of food and libations, audiences sit back and watch comedians use their five minutes to try to get laughs from 50 starring strangers.
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Online dating has become a game. Here’s how to win.
IT’S A LONELY TUESDAY NIGHT. You just got off work, and are cuddled in bed with your laptop and your trusty bottle glass of wine. As you binge-watch a season of The Office you’ve seen three times through, you wonder, do I have to do this alone? Well no, you don’t. Whip out Tinder and get your thumbs ready to swipe. There’s been much ado about how this addictive dating app is heralding the death of romance in dating, but the truth is Tinder can be fun if you play it right. Get out your notepads, because I’m about to drop some straight knowledge on you.
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There are so many things to do in Houston, but basically everything costs money. Long gone are the days of sitting at home bored out of your skull while your friends are going out enjoying their frivolous lifestyles because you’re strapped for cash. You too can pretend you have money with the website that made couponing cool again.
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Booker-Lowe Gallery presents 50,000-year-old paintings from the world’s oldest continuous culture.
There is nothing dry about “Urinetown: the Musical,” the self-aware and witty comedy that opened at Chappelear Drama Center on April 17.
There is nothing dry about “Urinetown: the Musical,” the self-aware and witty comedy that opened at Chappelear Drama Center on April 17. Continue reading “Musical comedy has students laughing”