What kind of art is made out of lint, dust and dirt?
Samia Orosemane is a French stand-up comedian of Tunisian descent, who jokes about stereotypes of Africans and Muslim women ... and of course, about her mother.
Matt Walsh explains how spontaneity finds its way on screen.
An interview with the correspondent from "The Daily Show" on his recent presidential roast, releasing a Netflix special and family ties in his comedy.
The cult TV series returns for a limited season on Sunday, decades after it was canceled. But for Hawley, the show never really went away.
A look back at George Carlin's 1972 landmark album with Marc Maron and Carlin's manager, Jerry Hamza.
“Veep” showrunner David Mandel explains five TV-writing terms you may not have heard before.
The comics on their inspirations: John Waters, "Waiting for Guffman," and Christian summer camp counselors.
Comedians are grappling with their craft in the Trump era. Hari Kondabolu, for one, says he plans to stay aggressive.
Performance artist John Kelly on why his impersonation of Joni Mitchell is more of an homage than a parody.
Al Yankovic grew up in the '60s wanting to play in rock and roll cover bands. To his surprise, the other kids just didn’t take the accordion-playing teenager seriously.