PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH ANDREW STANLEY

ANDREW STANLEY – DARK IN A LIGHT PLACE [EP. 194]

Andrew Stanley graduated from college with a finance degree. He always thought he was funny but didn’t know how to explore writing comedy. A mutual friend introduced Andrew to Scott Dunn, who writes for a lot of great comedians (Listen to Scott’s Episode of the podcast here). Scott recommended Andrew write five minutes of jokes,…

unemployed alcoholic

THE UNEMPLOYED ALCOHOLIC – AARON SORRELS [EP. 190]

AARON SORRELS Aaron Sorrels “The Unemployed Alcoholic” approaches comedy, speaking and recovery support in a nonthreatening way.He shares stories and lessons he’s learned while respecting other peoples’ boundaries and decisions. After years of struggling with alcohol and the results of its impact, he got clean, got focused and got funny. Aaron uses humor to facilitate…

Ross Bennett

ROSS BENNETT – JOKE DELIVERY SYSTEM [EP. 179]

Todays’ guest Ross Bennett walks us though the steps of his comedy career. Those steps cover nearly 40 years of ups and downs, twists and surprises and … accomplishment. You can catch Ross Bennett and friends on the “Make Comedy Great Again” tour: https://www.makecomedygreatagain.com Ross Bennett Show Notes: His early days as a yearbook photographer…

bo Schuster

HAVE A SEAT ON THE COUCH [EP. 153]

Are you starting stand up comedy later in life? Trying to find a way to get more stage time? Looking for realistic goals? Then this episode is for you! Today I talk with former student Bo Shuster, about all things comedy. This episode is brought to you by Patreon supporter Dwight McCormick and by the…

COEMDIAN SHAWN REYNOLDS

Six Kids, A Full Time Job, No Excuses [EP. 143]

This week I sit down with Shawn Reynolds to discuss how you have to find a way to perform no matter what. He knows, with a house full of kids and running his own retail store – time is precious. No excuses, just jokes and persistence will get the job done. Thanks to this week’s Patreon Sponsor Al…

How do I start comedy?

AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL [EP. 138]

Today’s “After School Special” podcast is brought to you by Patreon supporter John Hill. To learn how you can support podcast through a small, monthly donation, visit Patreon.com/SchoolOfLaughs  After School Special I am joined today by a group of School of Laughs students after a recent comedy writing class. We had a fun bunch this last round…

starting comedy late in life

GRINDING IT OUT WHILE STILL AT A JOB [EP. 137]

Today’s podcast “Grinding It Out While Still At A Job” is brought to you by Patreon supporter John Schuster. To learn how you can support podcast through a small, monthly donation, visit Patreon.com/SchoolOfLaughs  Grinding It Out While Still At A Day Job I’m joined today by former School of Laughs student Lee Hardin to discuss what it’s…

dustin nickerson

DUSTIN NICKERSON – MR. PATIENT [EP. 121]

Today’s episode with Dustin Nickerson is brought to you by our Patreon Sponsors. Dustin Nickerson is a San Diego based comedian. He’s clean, clever and committed to the journey and wherever it may lead. At 31 years old he is married with there kids. He and his wife work at a SALVATION ARMY Recreation Center and he…

how to write stand up comedy

STAND-UP COMEDY EXAMINED [EP. 119]

It’s time to analyze stand-up comedy! Today we dig knee deep into how to turn a funny thought into a full blown comedy bit. I am interviewed by Rick Altizer on his radio show which airs here in Nashville Saturday mornings at 9:30 on 106.3 FM. Rick is a songwriter, recording artist, music producer, film…