Comedy gave Dan King the ability to channel his feelings, and gave him permission to be the kid that didn't fit into normal suburban life. Dan and Will discuss growing in a Irish Catholic family in South Jersey, escape plans for a Trump Presidency, Toying with the form of traditional stand up comedy, and the story of a 300 Page list of Jokes from a South Jersey Barber, plus a little soccer talk regarding the Philadelphia Union and the closing weeks of the English Premiere League.
See Dan and Will do Comedy live April 3rd 2016 at 6 PM for free at the Local NYC in Long Island City.
Dan's Monthly Show at the Creek and the Cave in NYC
Will's doing his one man storytelling show April 2nd at 8PM at the Pine Box Rock Shope in Brooklyn. Free show!
Comedian Joseph Robert was homeless in New York City when he started doing comedy. He talks with Will about how he got by during that time, being inspired by Bill Hicks and George Carlin, and how storytelling has gotten him closer to being himself on stage. Joe and Will also dissect the Bill Hicks principals of comedy and the Insande Clown Posse's Catalog.
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Host: Will Carey
Comedian Kat Burdick grew up on military bases and Watching Saturday Night Live, She and Will have a chat about stand up influences, having a personal life and a creative life, relationships, and the positive work that can be done from Facebook comments fights.
Will Watkins was almost a priest before he was a comedian. The two Will's chat about growing up religious in the South, the grind of working a full time job while doing stand up full time and how Will Watkins walked away from paid stand up work in order to move to New York City to continue his career.