Take off with these high-flying stories about air travel that go a lot deeper than jokes about airline food (although one of the stories is, in fact, about a food-related revelation). They're also about crazy travelers and horribly awkward interactions with the stranger in the next seat.
These outspoken stand-up comedy performances from the Un-Cabaret are all about gayness.
"Very funny but too disjointed"
It's a special Un-Cabaret compilation of four deeply funny stories about the Christmas holiday. John Riggi tries desperately to create some kind of Christmas ritual with his family; Jenny Bicks wins an Emmy and discovers the limits of giving; Michael Patrick King unwraps an inspired piece about his Christmas secret; and Brent Forrester celebrates a spectacularly nightmarish New Year's Eve in Hawaii.
John Riggi's personal odyssey of moving to New York for the first time ever to work on Tina Fey's new show. This piece was recorded at the Player's Club in NY shortly after his move.
This performance was recorded at Un-Cabaret's spoken-word series "Say the Word", featuring great comedy writers reading their own original first-person non-fiction.
John Riggi's drug-addled Sedona adventure with his boyfriend, Beth & Greg, and a crazed Vietnam vet who helps John find his own personal vortex.
John challenges himself to make conversation and opens a very intriguing dialog with a vampire. JOHN RIGGI is a writer and co-executive producer on 30 Rock. He was also a writer and co-exec on The Comeback, Will & Grace, The Bernie Mac Show and The Larry Sanders Show.
A deeply funny story by John Riggi about family holidays.
John Riggi dishes out a heaping portion of truly funny stories about the Weight Watchers meetings he attends.
John Riggi's piece covers his pre-med career, modern science, and introducing his parents to his boyfriend's parents.
John Riggi takes us to the old country and back in this funny, poignant tale of place and family.
John Riggi tries to get lucky in the lottery. He is a writer and co-executive producer on 30 Rock. He was also a writer and co-exec on The Comeback, Will & Grace, The Bernie Mac Show and The Larry Sanders Show.