Okay I’ve been thinking a lot lately how to get involved in the drag community because it is my new favorite community and I think I figured it out. Alright so I was thinking since I’m a comedian I can do a show with the queens. I’d open the show with 10 minutes and then the queens can do their thing for however long they want and we can bring stand up and drag together forever. I mean I don’t know how I would even start this but I’m just putting it out there. This sounds like a plan huh you would pay to see this right hell I’ll do this shit for free.
If you live in one of those two places you can see me doing stand up this month!!
Info for San Diego show: https://www.facebook.com/events/436648936405401/
Info for Pomona show: https://www.facebook.com/events/166717636810489/
Both shows are free and I would love to see your cute faces there okay bye
I don’t really keep up with any web series but I’ve watched every episode of modern comedian twice. As we all know I love performing stand up but even more than performing I love watching other comedians perform and the entire process of comedy and this web series covers it beautifully. I don’t have a favorite episode but if I did it would be the one with Todd Glass but that’s because I’m biased and Todd Glass is my favorite comic. The documenter also interviews Lynn Shawcroft about her marriage to Mitch Hedberg but I wish he also focused on her stand up. I did a show with her once and she was amazing. I was in awe of her the whole time and just wished I could come off half as comfortable on stage as she did. It was like listening to a friend tell a story. I want to be like that one day. I’d say the only bad thing about this web series is that I wish he would do more episodes centered around female comedians but I’ll still keep watching as long as he keeps making these.
heeeeeey I performed some comedy last night and recorded it and thought I did just okay but watch it and let me know what you think (but only if it’s good/positive vibes)
I don’t post these vids anywhere else so this is an exclusive first look omg
I got a kitty and I’m starting a comedy show in my very own back yard and I’m working full time and I’ve been neglecting this blog and I’m sorry okay guys
But look at the comics performing at my show!
my friend mikey mckernan is hosting it and he’s funny and nice and was the first person to book me on a show yeaah
I still don’t know how I got such an amazing line up I’m happy and proud and excited and nervous and that’s also why I’m not performing cause I’m going to be too frantic making sure everyone is okay
HEY INTERNET GO TO THIS IT’S GONNA BE SO FULL OF GOOD FEELINGS
History in the MAY KIIING at Britt and Kira’s shows.
Los Angeles you would be stupid not to go to this. If I don’t have work I will probably attend. If I don’t attend then I will be stupid. STUPID.
Last night after work I was browsing through the channels on the tv downstairs to find something to watch and saw this documentary about stand-up comedy on Showtime. It was already more than half way done so I went to the OnDemand channel and started from the beginning. The main thing you get out of this documentary is inside information on the stand-up comedy world. It talks about the history, background information and mainly focuses on comedy in New York and L.A. They interview some great comics throughout the flick: Todd Glass, Brent Weinbach, Nick Kroll, Sarah Silverman, Louis CK, Kathy Griffin and a shit ton more. But they also forget A LOT of comics, granted they can’t interview everyone but I could think of 10 other people who are pretty big in the comedy world right now. My favorite part of the whole thing was this interview with comedian Robert Schimmel and how he still does comedy even through the toughest times in his life. An example being his son who was only 11 had cancer and the hospital sent him home because there was nothing left they could do and so the people over at Make A Wish came to their house. Robert tells them that his sons wish was to see his dad get blown by Dolly Parton. The only thing that Robert wanted to do at this point was to make his son laugh and he did because he didn’t hold anything back at that point. The people at Make A Wish though, said, “Well we were thinking something like Disneyland or Knotts Berry Farm” and Robert says, “Well she could blow me at either of those places”.