It's been 50 years and still we want more. Thankfully, the current batch of performers is ready to deliver. We asked promising Second City talent to interview their comic heroes about favorite scenes, big breaks and getting naked.
It's been 50 years and still we want more. Thankfully, the current batch of performers is ready to deliver. We asked promising ...
Second City vet Garlin says he is Chicago.
Second City alum Weir and up-and-comer Devantez.
One current Second City performer chats with his hero.
Second City member McEnany and alum O'Brien share a laugh.
Up-and-comer Key queries SC vet Richardson on his top sketches.
One Second City performer chats with his favorite alum.
The comedy institution known for sketch comedy and improv has strong ties to Chicago's theater scene.
For alumni, life goes on long after the laughter ends.
A timeline of Chicago's temple of satire reveals plenty of highs and lows.
Even after developing SCTV and running both the Toronto and Chicago Second City theaters, Andrew Alexander keeps on hustling.
Well, not exactly. But getting fired twice was quite a punch in the balls.
All-star reunions and more are in the works for Second City's 50th.
Branches of the Second City family tree extend deep into film, TV-including Oscar nom fame and direct-to-video shame.