Tag Archive | Sarah Silverman

The Healing Power of Comedy

The art of stand-up comedy is one that often doesn’t get studied by those not in the field. Upon first glance it looks almost easy to get up on stage and tell a few personal stories, making light of events that in the time they happened may have been life-changing, even traumatic. According to a […]

Girls Poop

This past weekend I saw two Boston University School of Theater shows. Despite the fact that these shows were some of the first to go into performances this quarter and therefore had shortened rehearsal periods, both appeared incredibly well rehearsed and professional. Both were musicals. Both were funny. Both had elements of puppetry and moments in which […]