Brick Moranis. Here’s to 2013 being the year Rick comes back. Chicago, IL.
One can only dream.
TJ Miller Stand-up on ‘Conan’
Comedian TJ Miller does four solid minutes of stand-up and then spends one minute doing something entirely different.
TJ Miller has one 3-minute scene in ‘Rock of Ages’ and it may have been the funniest in the whole movie.
Hey, did you hear the news? CONAN is hitting the road again — taping four shows at The Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL on June 11–14, 2012. Want FREE tickets? Of course you do. Click Here For Tickets
While the publication currently serves 3.6 million print readers and boasts 7.5 million unique visitors a month to its website, there have been signs of financial strain. The company instituted a pay wall for its overseas readers in August of this year, and entered into a spat with the WGA over payment of its writers leading up to the second season of “ONN” on IFC.
Initial calls made to the company’s Chairman and CEO Steve Hannah in Chicago were not returned, however, a company spokesperson told HuffPost, “We’re still in the very early stages of this process, but we’re looking forward to eventually having everyone under one roof in Chicago.”
Following yesterday’s news of the tour moving up for months, now comes word that Chicago will get its own production of the riotous Matt Stone, Trey Parker musical.
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy covers “I Gotta Feeling” by The Black Eyed Peas, Live at The Hideout
At first I was wondering how she’d make her Broadway debut in the city of Chicago. Then I added the apostrophes to the headline.
A CBS TV station is reporting that members of the transit company in Chicago attempted to elicit a bribe for services on the film.
Corruption in Chicago? No. Never.
Any high school theater kid can tell you about the dirty version of Grease. The one that goes, “the chicks’ll cream for Greased lightning…she’s a real pussy wagon." But little do they know how deep it goes.
A new (old) production of the show is opening in Chicago that brings the tuner back to its roots, before it got cleaned up for Broadway. With help from co-creator Jim Jacobs, Playbill has a brief history of the fascinating real version.