In this episode of the Comedy Wham Presents podcast, Valerie Lopez interviews local Austin comedian and Richmond, VA native, Joe Hafkey. Hafkey talks about getting starting comedy in a town with an extremely small scene, moving to Austin, and future plans.
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In this episode of Comedy Wham Presents, Lara Smith interviews Avery Moore, a local comedian who's a San Antonio native, grew up doing musical theater, and a creative comedian.
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In this episode of Comedy Wham Presents, Valerie Lopez chats with Maggie Maye right before her big move to the west coast. Maye is an established Austin comedian who's amassed an incredible list of credits over the past several years.
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In this episode of Comedy Wham Presents, Valerie Lopez interviews the ukulele playing, creator of an emo puppet band, and host of Stand Up Empire, Brently Heilbron. This is a fun interview with an Austin, TX icon and comedian.
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Jesse Hensley is from a small small small East Texas town called Diane. Diane's claim to fame is that it's an hour from three other states, and Jesse Hensley. Jesse came to Austin and endeared himself to Coldtowne Theater and thanks to a vote of confidence from Nate Bargatze, landed a spot at Cap City. That's all it took. In his interview with Valerie Lopez, The Austin comedian talks about his history in comedy.
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Raised in the lesser known, Santa Fe, Texas, Roy Janik grew up loving Mystery Science Theater 3000. Eventually he packed his passion for performing, moved to Austin and found the Hideout Theatre. The rest, as they say, is history. Find more about his history with improv comedy and what his future plans are.
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