July 29th, 2015
Episode 157 of 233 episodes
Ready for some in-depth comedy theory? Brainiac standup and one half of The Champs podcast, Moshe Kasher talks us through an exploded diagram of his approach to the art and craft of comedy. As well as detailing an analysis of his superb crowd-work, we get an inside view on the importance of “intrigue” in comedy and whether or not one can conjure it; not to mention the important difference between “riffingtons” and “rantingtons”… Support the podcast by pressing “donate” atwww.comedianscomedian.com, and see the show live atEdinburgh2015. Louis CK, Bill Burr, Eddie Izzard, Zach Galifianakis, Seinfeld, Steven Wright, Robert Schimmel, Patrice O’Neal, Todd Barry, The Champs, Patton Os [...]
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