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A weekly Comedy podcast featuring Jo Anna Van Thuyne
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Micheal has been known in the NYC improv and sketch world for years--but the pandemic has pushed him to provide a place for his fellow performers to grow: Squirrel Comedy Theater! The post Micheal Hartney and Squirrel Comedy (Theater) first app
This week, I talk with one of the many NYC mayoral candidates looking to change the city for the better. The post Stacey Prussman Runs For Mayor of NYC first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
his week, I talk with Kyle Lewis, a comedian, entertainer, and streamer that's been on the scene for years. The post Kyle Lewis’ Zoom Corner first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
This week, I talk with the host of What's Betwixt Us and The Bitch Seat, Lyssa Mandel. She's a native New Yorker questioning her loyalty to the Big Apple. The post Lyssa Mandel Embraces The Woo first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
I talk to Laura Canty Samuel, the host of The Goss on The LITverse. Laura is an award-winning comedian whose work can be found on Nickelodeon and Sesame Studios. The post Laura Canty Samuel is Ready for What’s Next first appeared on Jo Anna Van
This week, I had a great time talking to Jason Farr, host of This Is It Podcast. We had a great conversation about social media's effects, doing a comedy podcast during a pandemic, and the Black Lives Matter Movement. The post Jason Farr Away f
I talk to Blair about life in lockdown and we gab like Blanche and Dorothy eating cheesecake at a kitchen table at 2 am. The post Blair Peyton Goes First first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
Jettie Copeland has taken her pandemic woes and turned them into a QUARANDREAM! At least, that's the name of her new web series, QuaranDream TV. I got to sit down with Jettie to talk about the process of creating a web series during a pandemic
I talk with Daron Jenkins of Dig This Podcast. He's been working in the podcasting medium for a few years now, but the pandemic kicked him into high gear. The post Daron Jenkins’ Podcasting Revelation first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
I talk with one of the funniest women I know, Caroline Cotter. I got to talk to Caroline about a lot of things. Y2K, making bread, and bunnies all around. You're going to dig this conversation and fall in love with Caroline. The post Caroline C
This week, I talk to Chris Gersbeck of Dumb Industries, a podcast production company that creates awesome shows like The Mads. I met Chris while I was living in Astoria, and it's always good to catch up. We talk about the future of live comedy
This week, I showcase another member of The Apocalypse Podcast Network, Mijon Zulu of the Whispering Huntys Podcast. The post Mijon Zulu is Building a Community first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
AJ DUNK is a positive soul whose attitude is contagious, and his podcast, I Can't Make This Up, explores real people telling amazing true stories from their life. The post AJ DUNK Can’t Make This Up first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
The end of 2020 is finally here, and if you think all of your problems will be solved once the clock strikes midnight: You've been binging too much Disney +. Just because the ball drops in 2021 doesn't mean we're out of the woods yet. This Apoc
This week, I sit down with the host of the podcast Robots vs. Dinosaurs, Louie G! We talk about the dangers of technology, and Louie welcomes our robot overlords. The post Louie G vs. Dinosaurs vs. Robots first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
Dylan is a comedian, musician, and a treasure, and I really love this conversation. His show with Kelly Backman, "Rape Victims are Horny Too", was featured in the New York Times, and he's the co-composer of the musical, Goodmorning New York, wh
Eric is a Transformational Alignment Coach that works with men to help them reach their full potential. The post Eric Aumen’s Transformational Journey first appeared on Jo Anna Van Thuyne.
On this episode, I sit down with Jackie to discuss how the election has left us feeling and the work that still needs to be done. We also comb through Biden's plan to tackle the pandemic and thank Philadelphia for saving America once again. The
We’re back with a special spooky episode of the podcast. It’s Halloween, and you already know that it’s my favorite holiday. I’m determined to celebrate it despite the coronavirus, and I wanted to sit down with someone significant to me, Steve
This week, I talk with another Apocalypse Podcast Network podcaster, Cory Anotado. We discuss his new podcast, Teach Me Something Good. I love this show because it's a combination of education, comedy, and weird. I think you'll love his show as
This week, I talk with fellow Apocalypse Podcast Network podcaster, Gamal ElSawah about their new sci-fi comedy web series, Wormholes. This hot new piece of content drops on the internet on October 14th, and I am thrilled to give you the tea on
This week, I had a great conversation with Jake Cornell. Recently, Jake made some sketch videos featuring a character that just LOVES going out to eat during a pandemic. The piece is brilliant, and it keeps racking up views each week. I was hap
This week, I talk to the incredibly funny Maria DeCotis about her phenomenal Andrew Cuomo lip sync videos. I've always known Maria as a funny stand up act, but these videos have catapulted her to the top of Twitter! Millions of people have laug
In this episode, I talk with Vijay Parthasarathy of Stardust Insights. Vijay specializes in helping brands incorporate social action and ethical causes in their marketing strategy. I met him through Lunchclub, and I had to have him on the show.
While you’re preoccupied with (or completely ignoring) coronavirus, I’m still worried about the other disasters we need to address once this pandemic is yesterday’s news. People seem to think that I’ll run out of material once a vaccine is in o
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