Friday, September 29, 2006
In our area, we have places called Comedy Sports. The are improvisational shows (like the TV show "Whose Line is it Anyway?" (Either the British or American version)), and no 2 are ever alike. Its very audience interactive, and a fun night out.
as far as i know, america is known for its stand-up comedy.. comedians are viewed from their work as a stand-up comedy, not just merely the slapstick. and i think those who can do stand-up must be really well-prepared and smart.. before they can make fun of something. i know when i was in new york, they have tons of comedy cafe, the famous one being "cafe wha" where many of the well-known comedians now used to do stand up there..
oh well.. this is quite a long explanation.. ehhe.. anyway, i'm back! feel better now.. and thanks for posting my picture last week! sorry couldn't make it ya..
ps. i have no doubt that Ame has a healthy soul! the girl spread her laughter :)
There's at least one comedy club in Washington. I went once and it was okay. It all depends on who's performing the night you're there.