17 min

A.J. Schraeder, Bob Beshere, & Rankin Willard of CRAFT STORE SITCOM: THE PLAY Kare Reviews Podcast

    • TV & Film

About 959 plays from 33 countries were submitted for the yearly Italian competition known as the Carlo Annoni Playwriting Prize. Currently one of the top eleven finalists and in the running to win when the award is announced this September is CRAFT STORE SITCOM: THE PLAY. It is a 6-episode sitcom presented before a live theatre audience. Over the course of two hours, we see store employees navigate 6 crafting holidays and more than a little hijinx.

After countless hours performing improv comedy together at The Idiot Box Comedy Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, A.J. Schraeder, Bob Beshere, and Rankin Willard all decided to turn their skills to a slightly more permanent art form. They set out to create a unique live theatre experience that drew on their combined strengths. Pulling talent from the local improv comedy scene, a sneak preview performance of the first episode of CRAFT STORE SITCOM: THE PLAY will premiere as part of the North Carolina Comedy Festival at The Idiot Box Comedy Club in downtown Greensboro on Friday, September 3rd at 7pm. I had the great pleasure of interviewing the three of them about all of this and more.

For more information, please visit:
www.craftstoresitcom.com

Follow A.J. Schraeder on Instagram:
@unstoppablefailiure

Follow Bob Beshere on Twitter:
@burbl3s

Follow Rankin Willard on Twitter:
@RankinWillard

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About 959 plays from 33 countries were submitted for the yearly Italian competition known as the Carlo Annoni Playwriting Prize. Currently one of the top eleven finalists and in the running to win when the award is announced this September is CRAFT STORE SITCOM: THE PLAY. It is a 6-episode sitcom presented before a live theatre audience. Over the course of two hours, we see store employees navigate 6 crafting holidays and more than a little hijinx.

After countless hours performing improv comedy together at The Idiot Box Comedy Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, A.J. Schraeder, Bob Beshere, and Rankin Willard all decided to turn their skills to a slightly more permanent art form. They set out to create a unique live theatre experience that drew on their combined strengths. Pulling talent from the local improv comedy scene, a sneak preview performance of the first episode of CRAFT STORE SITCOM: THE PLAY will premiere as part of the North Carolina Comedy Festival at The Idiot Box Comedy Club in downtown Greensboro on Friday, September 3rd at 7pm. I had the great pleasure of interviewing the three of them about all of this and more.

For more information, please visit:
www.craftstoresitcom.com

Follow A.J. Schraeder on Instagram:
@unstoppablefailiure

Follow Bob Beshere on Twitter:
@burbl3s

Follow Rankin Willard on Twitter:
@RankinWillard

If you love this show, please leave us a review. Go to RateThisPodcast.com/karereviewspodcast and follow the simple instructions.

Follow Kare Reviews at www.karereviews.net and on Twitter:
@KareReviews

Also please visit the newly launched Patreon page:
https://www.patreon.com/jeffreykare?fan_landing=true

Follow Jeffrey Kare on Twitter:
@JeffreyKare

If you like what you've heard here, please subscribe to any one of the following places where the Kare Reviews Podcast is available.
Anchor
Apple
Google
Spotify
Breaker
Overcast
Pocket Casts
RadioPublic


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-kare/support

17 min