On today's Episode we have members of the Sketch Comedy Group "That Plus Chips". This is a fun episode that goes from sketch ideas to casting to Show Time and everything in between. Leo got to see the Group with his Daughter and they both give it a resounding Belly Laugh! Listen and Enjoy.
Past Guest Claire Marie stops by the Studio to talk about the road of the Entertainer. Claire has been in short films, done improv and is an accomplished Stand Up Comedian. The road hasn't been easy. And Her latest project the Crowd Warmup for the Sketch Comedy Troupe "That Plus Chips". We also do a phoner with the Director of the troupe Jessilee Windhaus.
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 and fellow Podcaster Luke Soin drops by Big Z Studios. He talks about his Video podcast and what it takes to get "The Shot". He tries to talk the Boys onto his show but the fact that it's recorded in a Hot Tub, leaves the them not wanting to commit. We're Shy. Hear how the Comedy scene treats a young Comic. Check out his Podcast. Enjoy.
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On this episode we have Creator of the The Public Access Show. As the name suggests he dose a show at the Roseville Public Access Station, but this is not some stuffy boring show but a Fun filled Sketchfest! Also Arjun is the drummer for the Band Wallpaper. Enjoy.
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!