Congrats to Cayenne Chris and Tekdiff in reaching the 100 episode milestone. One of the longest running and still the funniest comedy podcasts around.
Back in First Crack #45 – Cayenne and I talked about Tekdiff.
It’s been a rough week for podcast-network overlords.
Then, Graeme and Frosty in It Radio break the news that I’ve been making quietly acquiring podcasts for my own evil podcast network.
No, it’s not safe for work and not, and no, it’s not serious. Though, I do look forward to owning you soon.
(Note to self; watch less Ask a Ninja)
Caleb and Katy McEwen, the artistic directors at Minneapolis’ legendary Brave New Workshop comedy theater and I discuss the challenges of running a comedy theater. The ongoing struggle to strike the balance between challenging material and filling seats. Additionally, Caleb’s definition of good improv feels an awful lot like a good podcast.
You might want to know: there is some cursing in this episode.
On a beautiful Minneapolis summer day, Cayenne Chris Conroy from Teknikal Diffikulties and I sit down for a backyard-cast to discuss his sketch comedy podcast, creating and keeping track of characters, sound effects, radio theater, the right length for a podcast.