When we last spoke to comedian Rob Little, he was leaving his hometown of Detroit and headed to New York City. “It’s such a different world,” he reports via email from a cruise ship. “There are so many great comedians out here that it’s very inspiring. I live in Brooklyn, and feel like a real New Yorker now since I have mastered where to stand on the subway to get closest to my stop when I get off.” After his gig on the cruise ship, Little will head to Minneapolis. “I love coming back there because they make me feel so good, and I love making them happy,” he states. “I feel Midwest audiences are the best, and this club is awesome.” While seemingly a draw for a different kind of crowd, cruise ships may be helping domestic comedy clubs, as vacationers return home and seek out more live comedy. “I get more and more people that have seen me on their vacation on a cruise ship than I ever imagined,” Little says. “I love it. I was just on the train last week going from Manhattan to Long Island and the ticket taker on the train asked if I was a comedian. She had seen me on her cruise a few months back.... She took a picture with me on the train, and now she is a new friend on Facebook.” 18+; 21+ later shows.