Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder discuss how the 2nd Annual Burbank Comedy Festival went, specifically video submissions, and why the entertaiment industry likes comedians. During Punch It Up, Jordan Toronto, Matt Schneider, and Isadora O’Boto perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
A.B. Farrelly, along with Barbara Holliday Joshua Snyder, discusses how she got started in stand-up doing an open mic at a grocery store, being in the webseries Down And Out, the charity Cuz Of Jesse (http://cuzofjesse.org/), and her being on the upcoming Ancestry Dot Comedy show in the Burbank Comedy Festival. During Punch It Up, comic-violinist Armando Anto and BT Kingsley perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
A.B. grew up outside of Boston in a conservative town where she blossomed as the only full blown lesbian. She moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career in comedy and to discover other existing gays. You can find her performing all over Los Angeles.
Camilla Cleese, along with Joshua Snyder, discusses her beginnings in the world of comedy writing with her father John Cleese, intending to ride horses professionally, academia, not headlining before you’re ready, and having at times a nice darker sense of humor. Also discussed is the upcoming Burbank Comedy Festival which Camilla is in, and, our own Drew Lynch being on America’s Got Talent tonight! During Punch It Up, Darren Gendron, Julie O’Leary, and Brandon Stewart perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.
Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder discuss Jon Stewart leaving the Daily Show this week, comedians using Periscope at comedy clubs, a heckler from this past weekend during Drew Lynch’s set, and many other comedic wonders! During Punch It Up, Di Stanky, Gail E Moss, and Daniel Vargas perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.