Over a year ago, The Colbert Nation was in the midst of one of the greatest mysteries of our time…the ominous appearance, disappearance and re-appearance of Stephen Colbert’s Band Aids. What did it all mean? The mystery remains unsolved, yet there has been no further sightings of any band aids. I guess this means we can move on. Nothing more to see here…
Come celebrate The Colbert Report‘s nominations for Outstanding Variety Series this Monday, August 25th in our LIVE CNH chat room! We’ll be getting settled in around 6pm EST but feel free to stop by whenever you like! The show starts at 8pm EST on NBC. Drop in during the ceremony to discuss TCR and all of your other favorite nominees!
Come celebrate The Colbert Report‘s nominations for Outstanding Writing, Outstanding Directing, and Outstanding Variety Series this Sunday, September 22nd in our LIVE CNH chat room! We’ll be getting settled in around 6pm EST but feel free to stop by whenever you like! The show starts at 8pm EST on CBS. Drop in during the ceremony to discuss TCR and all of your other favorite nominees! [Facebook event]
Brooklyn based rock band ‘Baba Yaga’ was brought into being with the joining of Morgan Jesse Lapin (drums / vocals), Dave Keen (guitar / violin / vocals) and Zach Rose (bass / guitar / keys / vocals). With influences ranging from Motown, Garage, Surf, Classical and Tribal, the trio self describe their sound as ‘a series of varied tonal qualities performed simultaneously over a succession of percussive slaps and thuds in several assorted time measures and motifs’. In 2012, the trio composed the theme for ‘The Colbert Report’s Hobbit Week’ entitled ‘The Pundit: Or Colbert and Back Again’, and in March 2013 released their self-titled studio album ‘Baba Yaga’.
Colbert News Hub have partnered with the folks at Allied Live to bring you a ‘see it early and save’ discount when you purchase tickets for performances of The Second City’s‘A Christmas Carol: Twist Your Dickens’ at Centre Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre.
Ticketsfor performances November 24th – 28th are just $20 & $35.
With its trademark humor, irreverence and originality, The Second City is giving the classic Charles Dickens’ Christmas tale a hearty twist.
Dickens’ famous Victorian streets spring to life as Scrooge, Tiny Tim, that fat, plucked goose and those know-it-all ghosts find themselves hopelessly mixed up with anachronistic characters, hilarious improv and an ever-changing stable of starry, drop-in special guests. A recipe chock full of Holiday hilarity!
Writers Peter Gwinn (formerly of The Colbert Report) and Bobby Mort (currently of The Colbert Report) join Director Marc Warzecha (Resident Director, The Second City) and a cast which features Frank Caeti (MADtv), Larry Joe Campbell (According to Jim), Dan Castellaneta (The Simpsons), Amanda Blake Davis (Second City Does Dallas at the Dallas Theatre Center), Brian Stepanek (The Suite Life of Zack and Cody) and Jean Villepique (Up All Night).
The voting phase for our “I Am A Pole” – Photo Contest is now complete and the votes have been tallied. Thank you to all who voted on our wonderful entries. And again a big thank you to all who entered.
Congratulations to all of our winners and runners up. Be sure to check your email for details regarding your prizes!!
Thank you to all who entered our “I Am A Pole” – Photo Contest, it was great to see all of your creations. A special thank you to Hubster partialtojam for all of her hard work constructing our prizes!! They look amazing, and I am sure they will love their new homes!!
Hailing from Winnipeg, the Toronto-based Sharilyn Johnson has done it all – writer, performer, communications professional, entertainment reporter and radio host. An entertainment reporter since 1995, Sharilyn’s focus turned to comedy in 1998, serving as the comedy reporter for Winnipeg’s entertainment weekly Uptown Magazine and hosted three seasons of the weekly radio program ‘Laugh Tracks’ on CJUM. Sharilyn’s comedy coverage and contributions have also been heard on CBC Radio’s ‘Laugh Out Loud’, and featured in the Winnipeg Free Press and ‘The Apiary’.
In 2008 Sharilyn founded the popular comedy news site Third Beat Magazine featuring comedy related news, events, reviews, and interviews, and is the current Chair of the Communications Committee for the Canadian Comedy Awards & Festival. A student of ‘Television and Sketch Writing’ at The Second City Toronto, and ‘Writing for The Daily Show’ with J.R. Havlan (Writer) and ‘Writing for The Colbert Report’ with Tom Purcell (Writer, Exec Producer) at the People’s Improv Theatre, Sharilyn can now be seen at the Toronto Film Festival performing her one women show ‘Fake News Fangirl’, ‘the completely true story of one women’s adventures in the world of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert fandom’.