Good to be home, Asheville.
I haven’t been back long, but I already feel more at home and more excited about my comedy than I have felt in years. 4 years in DC and 2 in NYC will just challenge you so much, and also make you better, and also make you feel like coming home to where it all started is a step in the wrong direction.
I want everyone to know that there’s nothing wrong with going home. With enjoying being a big fish in a small pond in a city as wonderful as Asheville NC. The crowds are plentiful, the comics are supportive and it’s as much a step forward for me as anything. I get onstage all the time and I like it. I feel the improvement and the fun of it more than I have in years.’
Friday 6/14/19 Canna Comedy @ Asheville Dispensary, doors @7:30pm https://www.facebook.com/events/347029562626659/
Thursday 6/20/19 Slice of Life Comedy @ The Pulp (Asheville) , doors @8pm https://www.facebook.com/events/695738260861868/
Friday 6/21/19 Dangling Loafer (Raleigh) @8pm https://www.facebook.com/events/370068510291972/
Monday 6/24/19 Rogue Ninja Warrior @ Vintage Kava (Weaverville), @9pm
Thursday 7/11/19 Modelface Comedy Presents Sean Patton @ LaZoom Room (Asheville) @ 9pm https://www.facebook.com/events/346504002569362/
I am onstage at open mics in Asheville almost every night of the week.
Here is a brief list of all the weekly comedy Open mics in Asheville:
- Sunday @ 27 Club, signup at 8:30, show at 9pm
- Monday @ Hopey and Co. sign up at 8:30, show at 9pm
- Tuesday @ The Odditorium, signup at 9, show at 9:30pm
- Wednesday @ The One Stop, signup at 9, show at 9:30pm
- Thursday @ The Pulp (not weekly, check their calendar) signup at 8:30, show at 9pm
- Thursday @ Ben’s Tune Up, signup at 9:30, show at 10pm
I also moderate the Asheville Comedy Writers Workshop weekly at 8pm @ One Stop before the Disclaimer Stand up Lounge.
It’s a totally free workshop. Judgement free zone, room full of your peers, all skill levels welcome. Come work on 90 seconds of comedy you could be happier with. Audience are welcome to come and witness the behind the scenes of constructive feedback among colleagues.
Fun at the Pulp in farmers shirts:
Plus my first headlining spot poster back in Asheville, pictured above, bottom right.
I did Mallory Denae’s Podcast of a Tex Mex Mess and it was very personal and important to do so. The episode is called “Stigma.” Give it a listen if you’re so inclined.