Brad Questions 002 – Matt Serniak

This week I had some questions for Matt Serniak. We talk about the struggles of his last name, the rush he gets from being on stage, and our shared love for SNL.

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Episode 75 Joy Lane, Marysa Mavrakys, Brad Hartland, And James Boss

This week I hang out with Brad Hartland, comedians Joy Lane and Marysa Mavrakys, and James Boss from Babetalk. Joy talks late nights and crazy stories doing stand up, Marysa tells us about her upcoming live comedy game show, James talks about getting into heavy music despite a strict upbringing, and we all have a rousing discussion about penises.
Lastly, Joy teaches me all about hood living and we all learn some new terminology.

Episode 69: Ellen Stachowicz

In this episode I talk with Michigan comic Ellen Stachowicz about improve, stand up, and the comedy scene at large.

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Episode 63: Marysa Mavrakys

This week I speak with comedian Marysa Mavrakys about doing stand up in Indianapolis and Chicago, sketch writing at Second City, and gets very open about drawing material from her mother’s past drug abuse and having to become self reliant at an extremely young age. Subscribe to the podcast on YouTube.

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Episode 44: Josh Kuderna

This week I talk improv actor, stand up comic, and host of the Digression Sessions podcast, Josh Kuderna! Josh tells me all about the Baltimore comedy scene, hosting one of Baltimore’s biggest podcasts, and how he finagled his way out of work to interview Patton Oswalt.
Listen to Josh’s podcast: Digression Sessions 
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Episode 41: Ryan Sweeney

This week I speak with Ryan Sweeney about his job running social media marketing campaigns for large corporations. Ryan was a member of my first band back in college and he gives some great advice regarding the best ways that artists can use various social media outlets. He also shares stories of touring back in our college days and we talk about using the improv technique of ‘yes, and’ing to generate good stage banter.

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