Your Voice is So Funny

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Season finale! We're hanging with stand-up comic and Austin, TX native Wanjiko Eke. We chat about high school hangout spots, dating apps (and their various purposes depending on sexuality), the death of lesbian bars in New York City, and what f
We are so excited to have UCB performer Jay Malsky on the show this week! Jay tells us about his former political career in DC and his experience as a practicing catholic and active church member. We also dig into the importance of drag culture
This week we have super cool stand-up comic Robby Hoffman joining us! Robby is a writer on the Chris Gethard Show and recently performed at Montreal's Just For Laughs Festival. She chats with us about growing up Chasidic, finding comfort in the
This week we have lovely, talented stand-up comedian Pat Brown on the show. We chat with her about bombing her first mic, the importance of diversity in television, Atlanta (the city AND the TV show), and bill-paying etiquette on dates. Oh, and
The ever-so-talented comedian and producer Bowen Yang joins us today for a fun chat about celebrity candles, twitter fights with Swifties, racism in the gay community and his parents' ongoing journey towards acceptance of his identity. We promi
This week we have lovely stand-up comedian Garry Hannon, who also works as a bartender at The Metropolitan, an awesome gay bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We chat with Garry about his childhood growing up queer in Boston, how the gay bar scene o
This week we have Oliver Chinyere, a London-based queer, trans comedian and storyteller! We had a great time chatting with him about what it was like to work on Hilary Clinton's campaign team and how British and US comedy scenes differ. We also
This week we are SO excited to kick off season 2 with genderqueer performer and activist Dubbs Weinblatt. We chat about their twice-monthly improv show Thank You For Coming Out and their new project Craft Your Truth, the importance of community
Another bonus episode for your sweet ears! This week we crossover with a show that Jake and Kate were guests on: the Ian Herrin Improv Half Hour, hosted by Ian Herrin himself! We love it and we think you will too. Check it out at http://apple.c
Check out another bonus mini-ep from our set at Woke AF, a monthly show at UCB East hosted by Nicole Pasquale dedicated to showcasing diverse voices. 
A mid-summer check-in to let you know that SEASON TWO IS COMING! We'll be dropping brand new YVISF episodes starting on September 6th. For now, please enjoy this special "test" episode we did when we first started the podcast with incredible Co
It's our season finale! In this episode we chat with Chris Burns and Kelley Quinn, the brilliant creators and stars of the web series Straight Marriage. We cover topics like what makes a good partner, fan letters to celebrities, Summer Heights
This week we talk to educator and writer of The Cis Jungle , Christian Carmen Olivia Jane, about educating older generations, defining your own respect and using yourself as a tool for learning. 
This week we had a blast talking with actress, director and improviser Chloe Marsh (UCB). We talk about her amazing marriage, getting revenge on childhood bullies, and how she feels about transitioning as a performer in the public eye.
We had so much fun chatting with stand-up comedian Connor Creagan about what it's like being a fraternal twin, The Wizard of Oz, experimentation before coming out, and the craziest dating app story we've ever heard.
This week we sat down with amazing stand-up comedian Ashley Gavin to talk about her appearance on Live at Gotham, oversharing, meeting celebrities and how to deal with tension after coming out. 
This week we sit down with actor and comedian Jeff Hiller to talk about tokenism in improv, Guiding Light and meeting Meryl Streep. 
This week we chat with stand-up comedian J Fox Jones about thirsty man buns, Martin, black toe Jordans and why her mom is her best friend. 
This week we talk to improviser Kelsey Bailey (UCB) who offers us wisdom on dealing with friends who fetishize your identity, loving Patricia Heaton, and the art of a good pussy joke. 
Welcome to the podcast! For our first episode, we talk to Jason Sweeten, a content producer for Buzzfeed and sketch comedy writer for the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. We trade drag queen names, learn how advertising can be beautiful, and e
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