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May 30, 2016

The Damned Dirty Filthy Show, Moontower Comedy Festival, and Just for Laughs Fest are a few topics Abby Rosenquist and Valerie Lopez talk about in this episode. 

Photo Credit: Leah Muse

May 30, 2016

Have you heard of Abby Rosenquist? Well, you should have. Listen to how she got started in comedy - it involves Nebraska.

Photo Credit: Leah Muse

May 21, 2016

Lisa Friedrich returns to talk to Valerie about her plethora of projects she's currently involved with - there are many. This means if you can't seem to find a way to see her on stage, you really aren't trying hard enough. 

Photo Credit: Kana Livosli with Dos Mundo Creative

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May 21, 2016

Lisa Friedrich's early life was zigzagged across the state of Texas. After finally settling in Houston she met her best friend who loved sketch comedy. That sparked an 18 year career in sketch, improv and stand up comedy. Find out more about her origins as she chats with Valerie Lopez. 

Photo Credit: Kana Livolsi with Dos Mundos Creative

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May 18, 2016

What is Joe Faina up to now? What is Not a Fan Podcast? How can you find him online? You know what to do. *hint: click the play button*

May 18, 2016

Valerie Lopez gets Joe Faina to chat about getting his start in comedy and his hard earned PhD in Communication Studies. 

May 18, 2016

Vanessa Gonzalez talks about her foray into the stand up comedy scene. She also speaks with Valerie about her current one-person show I Don’t Know Why You’re Saying That. 

Follow Vanessa @buhnessa and visit her website: vanessacomedy.com
Read more at comedywham.com/VanessaGonzalez

May 18, 2016

Vanessa Gonzales chats with us about her roots as a Laredo native and her comedy past, We explore her start in a high school pep rally skit, and how she hooked up with the Austin Latino comedy scene.  There may be a reference to The New Movement Theater and Chris Trew. Okay, there’s definitely a reference to Chris Trew and his theater.

Follow Vanessa @buhnessa and visit her website: vanessacomedy.com

May 18, 2016

Daniel Webb talks about his work on the drag circuit, his adventures in the Funniest Person in Austin Contest and his future goals.

Follow Daniel @ruebenboobies and visit his website: thedanielwebb.com
Read more at comedywham.com/DanielWebb

 
May 18, 2016

Daniel Webb talks about his past, how he got into comedy, and his younger days in Ft. Worth. His reasons for coming to Austin may be a bit surprising.

Follow Daniel @ruebenboobies and visit his website: thedanielwebb.com

May 13, 2016

Christina Parrish shares her current activities as a comic and writer and actor in videos that have a Galafanakian flair.

Follow Christina @ibesuper . Find her videos on her YouTube channel Christina Parrish YouTube

May 13, 2016

Christina Parrish probably has the most unique comedy background we’ve come across.  At the very least, it’s the boldest. 

Follow Christina on Twitter @ibesuper

May 13, 2016

Pat Dean talks about the variety of shows he’s hosted, and co-hosted. He also delves into  why he prefers observational humor over topical humor, and why comedians are protective of their jokes (hint: it’s not easy crafting a good joke).  He's got his own podcast named StoryFellers and he plans to start posting new episodes in a few weeks.

Follow Pat on Twitter & Instagram @deanmanp

 

May 13, 2016

Pat Dean took over the mics and turned Comedy Wham Presents into the Pat Dean Show. This is a great organic conversation you should absolutely listen to.

Follow Pat on Twitter & Instagram @deanmanp

May 7, 2016

In part 2 of her interview with Valerie Lopez, Carina Magyar talks about her recent feature in Austin Monthly entitled, In Her Shoesand about using social media as a platform to change people's misconceptions about the transgender people. 

 

Photo Credit: Carrie Smith at Stand Up Empire

May 7, 2016

From Denver, to Queensland Australia and back around to Austin, Carina Magyar talks to Valerie Lopez about getting started in Austin comedy and finding her voice as a woman. 

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