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Magnet Theater is one of New York City's premier improv institutions, with shows regularly listed as critics picks and some of the best improv classes and instructors in the universe. This Podcast features interviews with Magnet performers and teachers, as well as friends from the worlds of improv, sketch, storytelling and comedy.

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Magnet Theater is one of New York City's premier improv institutions, with shows regularly listed as critics picks and some of the best improv classes and instructors in the universe. This Podcast features interviews with Magnet performers and teachers, as well as friends from the worlds of improv, sketch, storytelling and comedy.

    #1: Magnet Co-Founders

    #1: Magnet Co-Founders

    It's here! The Magnet Theater Podcast! In the first episode, host Louis Kornfeld interviews Magnet Theater founders Armando Diaz, Ed Herbstman & Alex Marino about their Chicago beginnings, the creation of The Armando Diaz Experience and the process of starting The Magnet Theater. Ed tries to explain why he became a cop while Armando makes fun of him. Don't miss it.



    Huge thanks to our wonderfully talented podcast engineer, Grant Goldberg. Visit MagnetTheater.com to find out about shows and classes.

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    #133: Keisha Zollar

    #133: Keisha Zollar

      Actor and comedian, KEISHA ZOLLAR, joins host Louis Kornfeld to discuss the role of comedians in society, why she hates revenge stories, and the issue with overly dramatic art. Not only that, but they get to talking about how we give too much energy to our lizard brains and urge everyone out there to […]

    #132: Jarret Berenstein

    #132: Jarret Berenstein

    Magnet performer, stand-up comedian, and author Jarret Berenstein joins host Louis Kornfeld in the most recent edition of the Magnet Theater Podcast. The conversation hits a lot on politics and how Jarret feels he sounds like a “tin hat conspiracy theorist” when discussing them. Check out this podcast to learn about Jarret’s upcoming book about […]

    #131: Lorena Russi

    #131: Lorena Russi

      Writer, performer, and avid footballer, LORENA RUSSI, joins host Louis Kornfeld to talk about making the world a better, more evolved place through comedy and how old they both feel. Lorena and Louis discuss how people often put others in easy-to-recognize boxes, why slower comedy appeals to them more, and Lorena’s experience writing for The […]

    #130: Kiki Mikkelsen

    #130: Kiki Mikkelsen

      Opera singer turned full-time musical improviser, KIKI MIKKELSEN, joins us to talk about all of her shows, Edinburgh Fringe, and the challenges of writing. You can see Kiki doing musical improv nearly every day of the week with her teams and shows Vern, Public Pool, Happy Karaoke Fun Time, Premiere: The Improvised Musical, Blank! The […]

    #129: Adam Pasulka

    #129: Adam Pasulka

      Chillionaire and youthful human, ADAM PASULKA, joins host Louis Kornfeld to talk about cruise ship comedy, why hosting the Mixer is such a joy, and his recent brain surgery. We also hear about Adam’s circuitous path to becoming an entertainer, how he met his hometown girlfriend hundreds of miles away, and theories on coaching […]

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