Tag Archives: Comedy

Getting Back At IT!

After an unexpected temporary retirement I’m getting back to work!  Looking forward to filling rooms full of laughter and joy!

August 27th – Bakersfield, CA.


September 16, 17 & 18 – Chinook Winds Casino – Lincoln City, OR.

Punchliner Comedy Club Carnival

September 26th – October 3rd    Carnival Pride

October 25th – 30th   Carnival Sensation

October 30th  – November 4th   Carnival Sensation

November 20th – 28th   Carnival Magic

In Stitches – Episode 5: Enthusiasm & Friendship with Matt Iseman

Matt Iseman quit his day job as a doctor to become a stand-up comedian, host of American Ninja Warrior, champion of [Arnold Schwarzenegger’s] Celebrity Apprentice, dashing contestant in RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race, and host of the new Factorious Podcast. Oh yeah, and happens to be one of my best friends.

In this episode, we follow the twists and turns of Matt’s story—from medical school to open mics, hospital stays to Emmy awards and international fame. Through it all, we absorb Matt’s infectious positivity and we learn why Matt is the best man at everyone’s wedding, even when he’s not the designated best man.

So please give the interview a listen and, should you find it worthy of your endorsement, a share! And don’t forget to subscribe so that you never miss an episode!

• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BB3pISOAbw8
• Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1fOr8m8SDaUHBBRyhbvs4K
• Apple: https://apple.co/3duW2ZR
• Google: https://bit.ly/2Vy6Wbt
• Anchor: https://rb.gy/i0zind 

In Stitches – Episode 4: “No, your story is not my story” with Stephanie Kline

Stephanie Kline is an all-around badass. She’s a comedian, writer, producer, and community volunteer—AND that’s just what she does after work.

In this episode of the In Stitches Podcast, we explore Stephanie’s evolution from living a life of self-described selfishness to earning the “PJ Walsh Award for Service and Other Nice Things.” We follow her path from a humorless childhood to a humility-building USMC experience to a life of interdependence and joy in comedy and the arts.

Stephanie’s story is filled with pain and pride, loving the institutions that shape you and demanding they do better. It’s a story of breaking down and breaking open, losing power and reclaiming that power back. And, her story is an emotional one, so grab some tissues (probably a couple boxes) and strap in for the ride.

Listen, subscribe, and review wherever you get your podcasts:
• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbn20GheYMs
• Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2MPihil
• Apple: https://apple.co/2AYNaOR
• Google: https://rb.gy/nsdrci
• Anchor: https://rb.gy/dfp0jk