Free-Funny | DC Shorts Film Festival. Hello September! How Are Ya? » D.C. Comedy Writers. Gang: Under normal conditions, I’d complain about the summer ending too soon.
But the kids are back in school, and every day seems like a holiday again. As comedy writers, you probably wrote jokes about your summer activities. What? You didn’t write anything? June 2014 Comedy updates » D.C. Comedy Writers. Gang: We have a lot of great stuff to share, so I’m going to jump right into it!
1. The DC Comedy Writers created a video! A few weeks ago, Lisa Desjardins from CNN inquired about the possibility of recruiting WDCCWG to create a video for the ‘ Radio & Television 70th Annual Congressional Correspondents’ dinner. 263080721.html#EvlEXQazS9CkRyJ8. U.S.
Reps. Michele Bachmann and Keith Ellison had cameo roles in a comedy video that aired during the annual Radio and Television Correspondents Association dinner on Thursday. “I can talk to people from different points of view,” an actor says as Bachmann and Ellison walk alongside him. DCComedyWriters : It was a blast working with ... DCComedyWriters : Our comedy instructor 'The... The Fat Doctor comes to Cozzy's to film his cable TV special. May 09, 2014|By Mike Holtzclaw, firstname.lastname@example.org The Fat Doctor has always loved Cozzy's Comedy Club in Newport News, and the feeling is mutual.
The 55-year-old comedian, born Darcel Blagmon, has been performing at the club since it opened in the early 1990s. He has almost certainly sold more tickets at Cozzy's than any other performer; club owner Lorrain Cosgrave says she can't remember having an unsold ticket to one of his shows. He has regular fans there who know his material and call out for favorite routines. The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles: Steven Pressfield, Shawn Coyne: 9781936891023: Amazon.com. Larry Wilde - April is National Humor Month. CARMEL, CA -- Americans, Canadians, Australians, South Africans, New Zealanders, and the British, from healthcare professionals to scholars to giggling grade schoolers, will be brushing up on the benefits of belly laughs this April in celebration of National Humor Month.
National Humor Month was founded in 1976 by comedian and best-selling author Larry Wilde, Director of The Carmel Institute of Humor. It is designed to heighten public awareness on how the joy and therapeutic value of laughter can improve health, boost morale, increase communication skills and enrich the quality of one's life. "Since April is often bleak and grim and taxes are due on the 15th, it can be one of the most stressful times of the year," says Wilde, author of 53 books on the subject of humor. Laugh Faceoff | Washington Post Express. Christian Hunt grew up in Glover Park, across the street from Fugazi founder Ian MacKaye.
In 2010, Hunt had the idea to start a variety show that would showcase D.C.’s best comedians and musicians, so he emailed MacKaye for advice. Hunt’s first thought was to put a pitch together and raise some money, but MacKaye stopped him short: “He says, ‘Look, if you want to pitch something, move to New York or Los Angeles. In D.C., we do things,’ ” Hunt recalls. Three months later, the Capital City Showcase was born. Events » Washington DC. “10 Minutes With Reggie Watts” by Eric Owusu « D.C. Comedy Writers.
Reggie Watts is currently on his “Spring Tour,” according to his website ReggieWatts.com.
On Monday May 21st, Mr. Watts is scheduled to perform at the 9:30 Club, Washington D.C.’s hub for touring musical acts, comedy troupes, and improve-comedian-musical-indie-alternative performance hybrids like Reggie Watts. The thing is, there isn’t anyone quite like Reggie Watts. For my ten-minute conversation with him (all thanks due to Wayne Manigo and Mandy Dalton for setting up the interview and for founding our writers group), I wanted to ask Reggie things he had never been asked before, much like every other inquisitive and journalistic mind would.
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" A stand-up comedian's act depends on the audience reaction by nature, but when someone attempts to derail the performer's work, well, that's something a douchebag would do. Still, heckling creates exciting moments of discomfort for the audience, and hecklers have instigated some great moments in comedy (Bryson Turner's comeback) as well as some terrible moments (Michael Richards incident).
Whether the outcome is funny, awkward, or awful, the eternal battle between heckler and stand-up is always fun to watch. The Warholizer. Afghan Wedding Miss USA 2011 - 51 Delegates Interview (Q2 - Evolution taught in school) Dream Collection AW 11 | Atypical Spanish Wear since 1984. Dear Human... The two women behind Eddie Izzard | Life & Style. You may not have heard of musician Sarah McGuinness but she has influential admirers.
Her new single, Mama Can You See Me Now, has been remixed by dance wizard William Orbit. And an incognito Eddie Izzard — in turban and glasses — applauded, before performing a DJ set in her honour. Impressionist Jim Meskimen Does Shakespeare in Celebrity Voices. The Washington D. C. Comedy Writers Group | Because we live here, we laugh. Best Comedy Clubs In The DC Area « CBS Washington.
DC Improv 1140 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC 20036 (202) 296-7008dcimprov.com The nation’s #1 venue for all your comedy needs; featuring national touring headliners, local celebrities, a comedy school, two showrooms, plus a full restaurant and bar.
10 craziest things about the debt-ceiling crisis - Rex Nutting. By Rex Nutting, MarketWatch WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — For pure silliness, ridiculous ideas and crazy arguments, you can’t beat our current debate over whether we should raise the debt ceiling or throw the global economy into the toilet again. Hulbert on playing the debt talks How should concerned investors respond to uncertainty over the debt-talks outcome?
MarketWatch's Mark Hulbert discusses the matter with John Bussey and Alan Murray of the Wall Street Journal. Here are the 10 silliest, stupidest and most logically absurd things I’ve heard about the debt ceiling, in no particular order. Apple Candy - Arnaud Cheverier's Starship Leader Clown. Crazy Painting ! Snotr Duck gonna whip somebody's ass Eddie Izzard on Q TV Sealab 2021 Hesh Birthday Rap. The Cynic's Sanctuary. FINALLY, Riot Act Comedy Theater OPENS!!! Terms & Conditions By submitting your payment information and clicking "UPGRADE" you expressly agree to be bound by the terms for any use by you of the Schmap.it PRO services.
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As storyteller, you are god. And to be frank, you’re not a particularly nice god — at least, not if you want your story to resonate with readers. A good storyteller is a crass and callous deity who treats the characters under his watchful eye like a series of troubled butt-puppets. From this essential conflict — storyteller versus character — a story is born.
(After all, that’s what a plot truly is: a character who strives to get above all the shit the storyteller dumps on his fool head.) Put differently, as a storyteller it’s your job to be a dick. Shortcut ot Improv: Say it like you mean it. Don't forget to read the Disclaimers Shortcuts to improv: Say it like to mean it. One of the easiest, yet most overlooked, tricks in improv performance is the simple act of speaking definitively. When you are on stage, and the time comes for you to say anything, what comes out of your mouth should be clear, to the point, and most of all said in a loud, steady, unwavering voice – as if to say “I know exactly what the hell I’m talking about.”