November 13, 2019

The first years of comedy are always the toughest. 

As a new comic, you (for the most part) are really just trying to figure out what the hell you are doing so you figure out your voice as a stand-up.  

The first three years of a consistent grind is generally the time you are considered a newbie on...

October 30, 2019

As a producer for Comedians on the Loose, there are certain things I am asked on a continual basis:

  • “How do I get on your show?”

  • “How do you book such strong talent?”

  • “What do you look for in a comedian?”

The reality of it is these questions center around one thing which is getting a spo...

October 22, 2019

As long as I have been in comedy (five years to be exact), there seems to be this never-ending debate among aspiring comedians when it comes to building your craft: repetition versus variation. 

What do I mean by “repetition versus variation?” It’s when we go to open mics to practice material (assuming...

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