Category Archives: Q&A

An Interview with the Admirable Adira Amram

Comedy chanteuse and G.L.O.C. ADIRA AMRAM is one of those genuine, half-full kind of gals. Her performances leave you pumped and she’s a constant supporter around the New York comedy scene infusing anyone in her presence with a feeling of … Continue reading

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A (Southern) Charmed Interview with Jane Borden

Recently published author & G.L.O.C. JANE BORDEN took time out of her busy touring schedule promoting her book I Totally Meant To Do That for a gorgeous interview with G.L.O.C. Jane spoke with me from her family home in Greensboro, … Continue reading

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Q&A: The Sue Galloway

If you own a TV or have ever frequented the New York alt-comedy scene, chances are you’ve seen G.L.O.C. SUE GALLOWAY doing what she does best—rendering an audience helpless with laughter. Comedy might be her bread and butter now, but … Continue reading

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Review: In The Pony Palace/FOOTBALL Presented By Half Straddle

Where the Cheerleaders Still Eat Little Packages of Apple Sauce but the Football Players Wear Braids by Mary Adkins In The Pony Palace/FOOTBALL, written and directed by TINA SATTER and performed by the wacky and talented company HALF STRADDLE, opened … Continue reading

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CCF: Jill Bernard

G.L.O.C. JILL BERNARD is taking her solo show DRUM MACHINE to Charleston for the Charleston Comedy Festival.  Let’s hear from this Illinois native about her show, her comedic inspirations and the ups and downs of  running her own theatre in … Continue reading

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CCF: Somebody’s In The Doghouse

G.L.O.C.s LEAH GOTCSIK & MARTY JOHNSON are a couple of whip-smart  friends who came up through the Boston comedy scene.  They’ll be performing as part of the Charleston Comedy Festival this week, so let’s find out more about the weird … Continue reading

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CCF: We’re From Here

Toronto-based improv group WE’RE FROM HERE featuring G.L.O.C.s MANDY SELLERS, ADRIANNE GAGNON and ERIN GOLDSMITH will kick some ass, take some names and let people know where they’re from.  As part of the week of Charleston Comedy Festival interviews, let’s … Continue reading

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CCF: Doppelganger!

Leading up to the kickoff of the Charleston Comedy Festival in SC on January 19th, I’ll be featuring interviews with many of the G.L.O.C.s involved.  First up – New York’s very own DOPPELGANGER featuring G.L.O.C.s KEISHA ZOLLAR, SASHEER ZAMATA and … Continue reading

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We Go Together: Tellers & McMurray

G.L.O.C. KATE TELLERS and I have collaborated on many projects including the upcoming “Disco Balls,” and have been friends since we met at UCB a certain number of years ago. Today we talk about what it takes to see a … Continue reading

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Comedy On The Rhodes

G.L.O.C. AMY RHODES made her mark on the NY comedy scene with two original shows and countless late night improv performances.  She  moved on to become the Director of Content and a staff writer for Funny or Die and now … Continue reading

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