Tag: Neil Flynn

The Biggest Comedian You've Never Heard Of

Like some sort of Zelig or Forrest Gump, Del Close has influenced, touched, and taught just about every comedian for the past four decades. He directed at Second City for years, created the Harold out in San Francisco in the 60s, was “House Metaphysician” for Saturday Night Live, wrote comic books, and, of course, taught... Read more »

ABC Loves Improvisers

The ABC network has a great Wednesday night lineup now.  And most of them are actually pretty good. In a quiet move, it looks like ABC is breaking NBC’s seeming monopoly of Chicago Improvisers in their shows. On Wednesdays, it’s FOUR shows in a row featuring Chicago Improv Alumni. Hank is a new show starring... Read more »