This winter I took Judy Carter’s Standup Comedy Workshop and debuted my act act the Improv in Hollywood as part of the showcase. This was an eight week course that taught the principles of standup comedy, and how to develop an act. Below is the video from the showcase for your enjoyment: Continue reading
I will be debuting my new standup comedy act at the Hollywood Improv on Melrose on Tuesday, March 9 at the 8:45pm show. Come see a score of new comics perform, including me. Tickets are available at the door or in advance by clicking here (be sure to select the 8:45 show from the dropdown).
As the saying goes: If you’re late once, you’re tardy. If you’re late twice, you’re retardy. So be on time!
In the latest episode of NBC’s late-night lineup debacle, Conan O’Brien issued a statement today that he will refuse to host The Tonight Show if it is moved to 12:05, and The Jay Leno Show is aired at 11:35.
It is absolutely the right move by Conan, and kudos to him for taking a principled stand among what appears to be a sea of pragmatists at NBC. Continue reading
A recent article in Home Media Magazine headlined that “$1 DVD Rentals Could Cost Industry $1 Billion,” according to an industry report. The report argues that lower revenue as a result of lower prices will lead to less movie production activity, hurting the economy as a whole.
What about the customer in all of this? Let’s re-write the article’s headline from his point of view: “$1 DVD Rentals Could Save Customers $1 Billion.” Continue reading
If your Netflix queue is well over 100 movies, it could take a year or longer before that just-added title arrives in your mailbox. This creates the problem of having to remember the reason you wanted to watch something. How many times have you opened that red envelope only to discover a movie you’ve never heard of and have no interest in seeing? It’s time to put an end to these situations. Continue reading