A comedy podcast about being sad sometimes
9 - Me at 20
April 17th, 2014 was a day that forever changed my life. Here is a reflection on my anxiety and depression story
8 - Dana Shulman
Dana Shulman (@onedanaatatime, @sociallydistantimprov) is an actress, improviser, teacher, and founder of New York City's largest digital improv theater. (This episode was recorded pre-COVID, so we don't really address it.) Key talking points include: former fat kids, the power and importance of teaching, and what it was like having my ego in the classroom.
7 - Christine Pineiro LIVE
My guest this week is a mainstay in the New York improv scene, and so much more than her work. Christine Pineiro (@christinepineiro) is someone I've been hoping to get on the show for a long time, and my only regret as that we couldn't have gone another hour. Key talking points include: body image, the importance of listening and connecting, and even breakup etiquette.
6 - Maria DeCotis
My guest this week is comedian Maria DeCotis (@mariadecotis). Talking points: a family's role in mental health, artistic gatekeepers, and the freedom and power in creating your own work.
5 - Megan Maloney
This week on the show is Megan Maloney (@a.meg.jpeg). Meg is a phenomenal comedian and musical improviser. Check her out Monday nights at the PIT at 7 PM.
4 - Anya
I'm joined this week by my good friend Anya (@anyas.gram). Anya is a brilliant stand up and filmmaker, who also happened to once teach physics at Columbia. The episode ends with a song we set up called "Make Art" off the album "Tryna Get My Live Together" by Precious Gorgeous. Please check out the album and give it a download: https://music.apple.com/us/album/tryna-get-my-live-together/1478567171