Ramin Nazer (@raminnazer) talks to us about his first time performing standup as well as the various projects he has going.
Check out Ramin during tomorrow’s 8pm and 11pm standup showcases at the Velveeta Room.
Steven Farmer (@stevenafarmer) speaks about escaping Arkansas and how he decided on standup as creative outlet.
You can see Steven during the standup showcase at the Velveeta Room Thursday August 30th, 9:00pm.
Kath Barbadoro (@kathbarbadoro) met us at Cap City to talk about her introduction to standup.
You can see Kath during the standup showcase at the Velveeta Room Thursday August 30th, 10:30pm.
Ashley Barnhill (@ashley_barnhill) met up with us to talk about her first time on stage and how Twitter helps her write jokes.
You can check out Ashley tonight during the 9pm standup showcase at the Velveeta Room, or Friday during the 8pm standup showcase also at the Velveeta Room.
Duncan Carson (@aduncancarson) met up with us at The Java Lounge to discuss standup comedy and his Trending Topics news show.
You can see Duncan during the standup showcase at the Velveeta Room Wednesday August 29th, 9pm.
Brendan K. O’Grady (@bkogrady) met us to discuss his budding comedy career and where he finds the funny.
You can catch BKO during the standup comedy showcase at the Velveeta Room, Wednesday August 29th at 10:30pm.
On this episode, Katie Pengra (@kpenguins) talks to us about how she got her start in comedy and some of her inspirations.
You can catch Katie during the standup comedy showcase at the Velveeta Room, Wednesday August 29th at 10:30pm.
This video speaks for itself, but Chris Tellez is a pretty funny, dude. When he’s not whispering sweet nothings into our microphone, he’s bringing his unique observations to the Austin comedy scene. Enjoy!
Get used to seeing more of these throughout the next week. On this second episode of Comedic ‘Views, we talk with Maggie Maye about what brought her to Austin and what attracts her to being a comic.
Comedic ‘Views (short for interviews) is something Jen and I have wanted to do for a while. When the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival was looking for bloggers, we offered to do some video production for them. The result of which will be at least 13 interview videos / episodes for this mini-web series. We’ll be posting the short docs over the next two weeks leading up to the fest. The first just went live and features Jake Flores, an Austin based comedian who never fails to surprise us with his funny and thoughtful comedy.