John Leguizamo discusses developing "Latin History for Dummies" in comedy clubs rather than theaters

Leguizamo performs his new show at Goodnights Comedy Club in Raleigh on Jan. 15.

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Year in review: From Robin Williams to Bill Cosby, tragedy lurks behind the comedy mask

We tally up comedy deaths and downfalls in 2014—and speak with local comedians about the suffering behind the act.

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Essay: Comedy nomad Dave Chapelle wraps himself in elusive lore

Craig D. Lindsey considers Chapelle's mystique as the comedian heads for DPAC

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Q&A: Tig Notaro discusses life and comedy after cancer

Notaro performs new stand-up material at the Carolina Theatre on Oct. 7

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In Comedy Smashatron, stand-up meets interactive media

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John Hodgman makes getting it wrong feel so right

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Study improv and other dramatic skills at the new Moonlight Stage Company

Learn to do improv!

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Comics remember one of their community

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Last Comic Standing winner Jon Reep returns to Raleigh, where he got his start

"I never thought about doing stand-up until I moved to Raleigh. So it's always going to have a soft spot in my heart."

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Triangle music clubs take breaks from bands to embrace stand-up comedians

A growing number of stand-up comics opt for gigs in rock clubs instead of traditional comedy clubs

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Sinbad and Nate Bargatze clean up Triangle comedy stages this week

"I don't really categorize comics as clean or dirty, I categorize you as, you're funny or you're not."

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DSI Comedy Theater improvises a new Chapel Hill space after losing its lease in Carrboro

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A Chelsea Handler accomplice rocks Local 506

Jen Kirkman performs Friday night

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ComedyWorx celebrates 25 years of nurturing local improv

Raleigh group making it up as they go

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Josh Sharp returns to his Triangle roots with Upright Citizens Brigade

Upright Citizens Brigade comes to Carolina Theatre with NC native

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NC Comedy Arts Fest, every day of the week

The NC Comedy Arts Festival: 11 days of laughs

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Jim Norton and the right to be a jackass

Jim Norton isn’t afraid to offend you; he’s at Goodnight’s this weekend

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