A podcast that rips back the curtain on the Stand-Up world and the people who thrive in it. Laugh, and cry, as Terry-Ann Zander and Terri Walters delve into the backstories of today’s funniest jokesters.
SC 21 PUSHING PAUSE with Terry-Ann Zander & Terri Walters
With 21 podcast episodes under our belt, we talk about putting SKoC on a temporary hiatus. We want to step back, evaluate and, that's right EVOLVE. We'll be back in some way, shape or form in the near future. Love to you all, back at ya later! TAZ and TLW
SC 20 A BRONX TALE with Debbie Bazza
Debbie Bazza, born, and raised in Bronx NY, talks with Terry-Ann and Terri about relationships, kids, comedy and COVID.
SC 19 THE BEATLES AND ME with Helaine Witt
To say The Beatles are part of Helaine’s life would be a vast understatement. As a groupie of the fab four in the 60’s, to following (ok, stalking) John, Paul, George and Ringo on several continents, Helaine remains a lifelong fan. Tune in with TA and Helaine, and follow along in her fascinating journey.
SC 18 LAUGHTER IS MEDICINE with Linda Marcus Smith
A recent transplant to Las Vegas, meet Linda Marcus Smith! Linda discovered comedy later in life. She can often be found strolling the Vegas strip in a prom gown bringing light and fun to the scene. Linda runs her own veteran shows and training classes for military and veterans. She hosts an award-winning show “The Comics’ Spot” on YouTube where she has interviewed more than 500 comics to date.
SC 17 WRITING OUT THE STORM with Paul Hallasy
NYC guy, Paul Hallasy has shaped and built his artistic career through writing, perseverance, grit, networking and reinvention – but especially writing. He has learned that it’s vital to get your ideas down on paper when they’re freshest – for him that’s as soon as he wakes up – and worry about culling and editing later. His best advice: Always keep pen & paper nearby and don’t be afraid to write stream of consciousness.
SC 16 THE PINK UNICORN with Kilara Sen
Japanese-born, USA-inspired, Kilara is a one-of-a-kind stand-up comic performing her craft in a conservative culture. In a country where people don’t typically talk about their problems and where it’s unacceptable to “poke fun” at others, Kilara has had to evolve and adapt her comedy into a “safe zone” for Japanese audiences. But, all that may be changing as the online world is rapidly bringing a diversity of opinions and previously off-limits conversations to the forefront of Japanese conscious
So enjoy the rapport between the 2 of you! GO DEEP, TerryAnn 🤣. You are making something special here!
I love this podcast! I can't wait to listen to it each time it comes out!