We talk to somebody who does one of the Scariest things we can think of, IMPROV!!! The boys have Chris Crotty from Comedy Sportz in studio to talk about all things Improv. The Boys might even take a Class. Listen and Enjoy!
We have the pleasure of 2 Comedy Musicians in Big Z Studios. We have the Musical Director of the Sacramento Comedy Spot Lincoln Bartlett. He regales us with an Improv melody then he ends the Show with a surprise song that was actually Written! The stand in for Junior is the One and Only Hunter Hill, who does a mash up of his Newest Comedy Song with Lincoln. Enjoy.
Comedian Stephen Ferris stops by Big Z Broadcast Studio. Stephen is fresh off his Headlining of the Sacramento Punchline. We talk about his unique style of Comedy. We talk about shiny things and staying motivated to reach your goals. Listen and enjoy.
This week on The Junior and Leo Show we have Owner of The Comedy Spot and Improver extraordinaire Brian Crall. He tell us about the BIG plans that will be coming soon and a laundry list of projects he has going, the new Lab for comedy classes, AmericasComedy.com and the upcoming ComedyFest! When does this man sleep? Listen and enjoy!
Comedian Jessica Wellington and Improviser Molly Doan stop by the Big Z Broadcast Studio to discuss stand-up comedy, short form vs long form improv, tough childhoods, what it means to be a redneck, the importance of challenge cards, and more!
Better late then never. This is our LIVE Episode from the Sacramento Comedy Festival. All the usual suspects are there, Junior, Leo and our 1 Man House Band Hunter Hill. Hunter sings a couple of his jaunty tunes then Leo does a few minutes of Stand Up. We then turn the stage over to one of Sacramento's most well known Comedian Keith Lowell Jensen. It was a fun filled night. We can't wait till next year.
It's a nuts and bolts discussion about sketch comedy with The Syndicate director/writer/performer, Jesse Jones! We get into what makes sketch comedy work from the genesis of an idea to its final form onstage. We also talk about working in an ever evolving group of performers of varying experience, and any hardships that might create. We also get into Jesse's journey, first into comedy performing, and then into his move to LA. He shares what it was like living down there, taking every writing class he could find, and the most important thing he learned from his last teacher in his last class, that ultimately helped lead him back to Sacramento. We also talk a bit about his foray into writing comics. Lots of great information on this episode for anyone that's ever wondered about doing sketch comedy. Check it out, then go check out The Syndicate!