I just sent out a few resumes and applications to various places of employment. Send me vibes and wish me luck and, if you are religious, pray for me (because it’s not selfish and wrong for an Atheist to wish for prayers, right?)!!!
So, I have a whole bunch of stand up written that I would really love to start testing out at open mic nights and such around the city but I have no clue as where to go. So, friends, where are open mic nights at on Friday or Saturday evenings/nights?
Thinking about setting up a nerdy improv podcast like UCBTNY podcast and IRC podcast, but aimed at people describing their views and philosophies on different subject matter and a variety of people from different experience levels. Who would be interested in being a guest?
When I Overhear People I Look Up To Having A Nerdy Improv Conversations
It makes me feel a bit less nerdy. Also, when one of said people recognizes me and says “Hey, Brentt, how are you?” when leaving the theater even though I have only talked to him once seven months ago, it makes me feel great. Also, I am totally a nerd.
Get me a job. Anything. Doing whatever for cash. Preferably something that gives me hours that allow me to still go to an ungodly amount of improv shows and classes. Here are my limits: Will not get naked, will not perform sexual acts on another human being for cash, will not be treated like a piece of dirt/meat. kthanks
I improvised today in a practice group under Lydia Hensler (who is wonderful) and I was rusty as hell! It was fun even though I felt like I was a German tourist in a local’s bar. I cannot wait for class on Wednesday and practice group take two on Monday.
Aside from my rusty improv, I have had a lot of fun since being back. I have gone to a few improv shows, seen a bunch of my friends, had some good food and haven’t been sad yet!
Something’s Gotta Give; y’know, the song from Fallout 3 and New Vegas, is playing in the airport on the day of supposed Rapture on the same day that the Center for Disease Control is tweeting about what to do in case of a zombie outbreak. OH NO, YOU GUYS.