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2015 Charleston Comedy Festival

 Charleston's little ol' comedy festival keeps getting bigger and better, and this year is no exception — in fact, if we're going by headliners, this year's fest has grown three full sizes. Instead of a single big name, 2015's lineup includes the triple-threat of Hannibal Buress, Doug Benson, and John Mulaney. And though as of press time, Buress and Mulaney were both sold out, there are plenty of other shows that'll leave you crying with laughter, from the Underwear Comedy Party, where stand ups perform in nothing but their undies, to the musical comedy masters North Coast and Pop Roulette. Take a look in these pages to find the perfect performance to tickle your funny bone.

Charleston Comedy Festival 2016
Charleston Comedy Festival 2016 The 13th Annual

The Charleston Comedy Fest is back and with it all the sketch and improv you can handle. This weekend, troupes from all over the Southeast will converge to perform all sorts of hilarious feats. There are groups like Teen Sound who perform improv with DJ Party Dad. — City Paper Staff


Rerformed Whores are a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll
Rerformed Whores are a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll Naughty Meets Nice

To put it as the Reformed Whores introduce themselves on stage, "We used to be whorin', but we ain't no more-in!" — Bryan Granger


Not much to improv upon
Not much to improv upon It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Buckle your seatbelts for this laugh marathon featuring improv from three energetic Chapel Hill dudes, five very funny ladies, and two local guys who prove that reading the dictionary can be fun. — Connelly Hardaway


Bridget Everett's bawdy cabaret comedy stems from a precocious childhood  By
Bridget Everett's bawdy cabaret comedy stems from a precocious childhood By Tits McGee

Bridget Everett has always been naughty. From constantly getting in trouble with high school teachers for "saying dumb shit," to her appearances on Inside Amy Schumer, Everett has harnessed her tendency toward bawdy humor with a successful ongoing stint in New York City's cabaret scene. — Connelly Hardaway


Two one-man shows work to earn your laughs
Two one-man shows work to earn your laughs One is (So Not) the Loneliest Number

Get ready to listen to mind-expanding comedy with two sets by Mark Kendall, a guy who's gonna give it to you straight and Mike Spara, a guy who's not going to talk to you at all. — Connelly Hardaway


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