Interview with Harriet Braine

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? HB: Not very long. Actually I started writing a while ago, I wrote the first what-would-be Art History Song (of which I now have 23 which I can pick and choose from) in 2013 after seeing Adam Kay in Edinburgh. It was for an art…

Interview with Jon Long

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? JL: I’ve been doing Stand Up for almost 3 years, and for a while before that I used to write terrible stand up routines and perform them alone in my room – you know – like cool people do. CB: How would you describe your…

Interview with Adam Weinrib

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? AW: Since middle school, actually! I started out in an improv troupe in my tiny hometown in suburban New York in 7th grade, and I never looked back. Truly, it’s what I’ve always wanted to do. I got a serious education in all aspects at college, and I’ve…

Interview with Michelle Wolf

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? MW: I’ve been doing stand up for just over 5 years. Before that I did improv for awhile. CB: Where was your first gig and what was it like? MW: My first gig was at this small room beneath this now closed club in NYC…

Interview with Peter White

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? PW: It’s been about 10 years now. CB: Where did you first perform stand up comedy? How was it? PW: It was in a city called Calgary in Canada. I was out there for an engineering internship, which I absolutely hated. I didn’t know anyone…

Interview with Will Tempfer

CB: How long have you been writing and performing comedy? WT: I moved to New York City in August 2012 as a very naïve 22-year-old. My first job in was a page for the Late Show with David Letterman.  Another page, Zack Bornstein, came up to me one day and asked me to say a certain…