Ariel Greenspoon talks about her early start performing on stage and how her time in New York shaped her interest in the trifecta of comedy performance – sketch, improv and standup.
Comedy, TV, and web video star Nick Rutherford sits down with Valerie Lopez to talk about his breaks in show business, what Austin means to him, and the Full Belt Buckle Experience.
Nick Afka Thomas and Sarah Ann Masse sit down with Valerie Lopez and tell her how their paths first crossed, and the formation of tour de force comedy duo We Are Thomasse.
Ahead of the 2017 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, Valerie Lopez and Woody Fu tackle the journey that brought him to comedy, his varied creations, and where he's headed next.
Nick Saverino and Valerie Lopez talk about his journey from a (very) young budding comedian in Missouri to Austin, his high energy style, and upcoming plans.
Ahead of the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, Labor Day weekend in Austin, Valerie Lopez and Ruby Willmann talk about her beginnings in improv, how she pursued her passion for teaching, and what she has in store for the future.
This week, Courtney Peterson and Valerie Lopez sit down and cover her life from Chicago to Austin and beyond, and a once in a lifetime opportunity in the very near future.
This week, Valerie Lopez catches up with Danny Goodwin to talk about about his first steps in Austin comedy, podcast projects, and more!
This week, Valerie Lopez sits down with Andrew Murphy to talk about performing in, and running, stand-up showcases, and how musical and comedy skills intertwine.
On the heels of his latest EP release, Live at Coldtowne, Mac Blake sits down with Valerie Lopez to talk about serendipity, his prolific Austin comedy career, and never-ending goal of being "bomb-proof".
Jasmine Ellis recently moved to Austin and is quickly making her comedic mark. Listen to her approach to comedy even in the face of setbacks.
In another 2017 Moontower Comedy Festival episode, Valerie Lopez jumps at the chance to pull Jake Flores aside to learn more about his comedy life from Texas to New York and everything in between.
Next up in our 2017 Moontower Comedy Festival series, Valerie Lopez and Rojo Perez cover his life in comedy so far, and that trademark Perez smile.
"In a much anticipated episode, Valerie Lopez sits down with local comedy and radio personality Matt Bearden to discuss how he built his comedy career, and advice for people aspiring in the industry. "
Valerie Lopez grabs time with big man on campus M.K. Paulsen, and dives into his careers in politics, comedy, and more.
In another episode from our 2017 Moontower Comedy Fest series, Valerie Lopez catches up with Erica Rhodes to discuss her career, from an early start on a well known radio show to her growing varied projects now and upcoming.
Lara Smith chats with Allie Amrien a San Antonio native who's currently based out of Boston with her eyes on L.A. Be sure to listen to her story about getting started in stand up comedy.
Valerie Lopez sits down with Jeremiah Watkins, and learns about his rising career, how saying "yes" reaps opportunity, and why he's "the best"!
Despite a very strict religious upbringing, Lisa Delarios manages to break into the comedy world. In the episode of Comedy Wham Presents, Valerie Lopez interviews Delarios about that long and winding road.
In this episode of the Comedy Wham Presents Podcast, Raul Sanchez sits down with Lara to talk about life in the Army and beyond. Where comedy has taken him now and what things are looking like in the future. You don't want to miss this interview. Sanchez dips into his meticulous approach to crafting jokes and why he uses it.
In this episode of Comedy Wham Presents, Valerie interviews Nikita Redkar who's traveled the globe, and shares what she's learned, and her future plans now that she's back in Austin.
Bryan Gutmann comes to us from the East Coast, and is a man of many interests (and knowing how stuff works).
In this episode of Comedy Wham Presents, Gutmann talks to Valerie Lopez about how he came to Austin, and the events that led him onto the comedy scene.
Adam Hrabik is the last of the Nebraskan diaspora. He came to Austin with Cody Hustak and Ryan Cownie so many years ago.
In this episode of Comedy Wham Presents, Hrabik talks to Valerie Lopez about growing up in small town Nebraska, moving to Austin and establishing himself in the local comedy scene.
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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