Learning hard lessons on the production line set the wheels in motion to pursue a career on the comedy stage. For Michigan comedian, Tom E. Thompson he has been around the comedy scene since a … [Read More]
A return to the city where it all started, even though some of the places and of course the names have changed over time. For Michigan comedian, Kevin Kramis, he will be taking a semi-trip … [Read More]
Describing his decision as the ‘perfect fit,’ this undrafted wide receiver is mapping out a plan to make it at the next level. For Gary, Indiana native, Jon’Vea Johnson, not hearing his name announced during … [Read More]
Mixing comedy, lots of back and forth banter and life on the road, this comedic team has formed a partnership. For stand-up comedians Dylan Gott and Peter White, they have teamed up to establish their … [Read More]
For Gianmarco Soresi, he must have Nelson’s famous hit ‘On the Road Again’ echoing through his head, as he takes his stand-up comedy show across North America this year.
For Detroit’s own Monalyse, her powerful style caught the attention of record executive and hip hop artist, Pusha T, when he was assembling his All-Star team of rising MCs for the 1800 Seconds compilation project.
Off stage, Detroit’s funny lady of comedy, Melanie Hearn explained her own life journey has been down a few different career paths, but ultimately a passion for comedy and performing has led to more practice working on her craft to gain further success in the comedy industry.
The University of New Brunswick’s Thomas Bobyn, Grant Frey and Micah Hesman won first place recently at the second annual DraftKings Pitch Competition at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston, MA.