Our jokes are our babies and they’ll never grow to full maturity if we give up on them too soon…. If you like a premise then nurture it, feed it exercise it (like a giga-pet) and help it become the best joke it can be.
I’d like to talk about opening lines and the beginning of your set. The opening lines of your set are your way of introducing yourself to the audience. They should […]
soon found myself in a small studio with all the lighting and camera’s you’d expect. along with a stool and a table arranged with a plate of bread and the mythic bottle of CaJohns “Black Mamba 6 Get Bitten Hot Sauce”…
The closest Dunkin Donuts to me is two block west and three blocks north. I can follow that route, and I know I’ll get there. If you’re at my house and […]
Hey friends, After testing the waters via soundcloud for a while, I finally sprung for an actual real podcast page over at Podbean. I struggled for a while because the […]
*I wrote this entry more than a year ago and never shared it, probably because I didn’t want to risk the job, but I don’t work there anymore, so what […]
I was recently witness to two comics arguing in an online group over how to “get good” as a comic and they came from two camps 1 – Quantity: “Do […]
Here’s the next episode of my staged reading series: This was a monthly live show I did with some friends at the Charm City Comedy Project. I’m gradually releasing […]
I took this shelf and made it look like a radiator cover….
Now it blends in.
I did series of live readings of “Very Special Episodes” of old sitcoms. We spruced them up with some improv, sound effects and commentary. This post describes the genesis and growth of the idea with links to the first three episodes.