ArtView June 2014 - Page 18

(because I didn’t really know how) and bombed bad response, ‘Huh?! Me?! Seriously??’ – I mean, how do on both nights. The same way I felt when I answered you turn THAT down? However, I wasn’t 100% on the question in my high school Miss pageant with the doing stand-up. I never really thought about it as only wrong answer. FML. Mortifing – and I know something I’d be doing. Especially after performing that feeling well. Decided to give open mic night a at open mic, it terrifies me! It also happens to thrill rest until I figured my s*** out. me at the time, so I started doing some research on my favorite comedians: Tina Fey, Sarah Silverman, Louie C.K., and why I liked them. Along with watching the documentary The Improv: 50 Years Behind The Brick Wall (on Netflix) and Jerry Seinfeld’s, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Now this was preparing! Figured out how I wanted to deliver my comedy, what I wanted to say, and how I wanted it to come across (still figuring this out as I go). It had been a year since I did stand-up comedy when I was asked to perform at The Comedy Store. I was there to see a fellow female comedian, and friend, perform. This guy up there, doing his spot, asked a question that I happen to be the only person Across Crazy that fit the description of, or the only one that wasn’t scared, so I answered to help the guy out. The My first show was in the Belly Room at The producer of the show liked my response and came up Comedy Store – I told/acted out an incident that to me after the show and asked me to contact him happened early in the dating phase with my atheist about doing my own five-minute spot on stage. My ex-ginger-jew boyfriend (ex-boyfriend that is Jewish with red hair), and how he tried to ‘Jewify’ me by