Joshua Snyder discusses the idea of comedy classes; whether it’s FU, Flappers University, or FCU Flappers Comedy University; and that open mics are often not a good judge of whether your material is working or not. During Punch It Up, Paul Green, Dan Max, and Alycia Marie perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Joshua Snyder discusses his thoughts on emojis, the awesome thing of comedians being able to produce their own shows thanks to Netflix and such, and the importance of comedians using social media cause agents and bookers like those with tons of twitter followers. During Punch It Up, Brandon Sanborn, Mike Perkins, and Erin McShane perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder discuss Flappers employees doing team building through Escape Rooms, with specifics such as group dynamics and the nature of the various puzzles. Also, Barb has become a minister so that she can officiate weddings at Flappers, reserve your wedding date now! During Punch It Up, Olivia Harewood and Meera Manek perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Joshua Snyder and Nick Wuthrich discuss Nick being the Bookkeeper at Flappers and how he used to work for a senator, they also talk about both being Tenor 1s, a panda breeding documentary, and Dave Reinitz reads the new selections on our restaurant menu. During Punch It Up, Ashley Vetere and Tim Pingel perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder discuss the spooky success of the Dead Comedians show at Flappers on Halloween, in which Barb performed as Lucille Ball and Josh performed as Groucho Marx. During Punch It Up, Andre Mulligan, Dominee, and Brandon Borror-Chappell perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.