Joke Theft is the only hard, fast rule in Stand Up Comedy. There are no “covers” in stand up. This episode is all about joke theft, parallel thinking and hack jokes. We talk about why it’s important, how to avoid it, and how to handle being called out on it.
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The 4th annual End of Year Roast! This tradition started in 2016 because that year sucked. Every year since has said “Hold My Beer.” 2019 was not to be undone. Come down and watch local comedians and special guests talk sh*t about a year that has managed to bend everyone over. Why lie, there will be a lot of roasting each other, too. Please wear your cocktail attire. Or don’t. Let’s be honest, after a year like this, no one is going to blame you for wearing your sweats. We won’t impeach you for it.
Door opens at 7pm. Show starts at 8pm. $7 Online at BendTicket.com. $10 At The Door. 21+.
Madame Richard Tucker from The Cult of Tuck
Stephanie Von Aydan from the local Theater Scene
Brian Mobley from Radio
Featuring Local Comics:
This show will be explicit and probably offensive for some. Expect a lot of jokes about politics, social issues, and anything else that has been in the news the last year. And, Epstein didn’t kill himself. Ok, Boomer?
Sounds and Lighting provided by Chris Ossig Productions.
Ipockolyptic Productions has open mic every Tuesday and Wednesday night at Craft Kitchen and Brewery. Sign up at 7:30pm. Starts at 8pm.
Comedy Open Mics are a great way to try stand up comedy for the first time! Anyone is welcome at an open mic to have the rockstar experience of performing stand up comedy!
The rules of our open mics are very simple.
- Everyone gets 5 minutes on stage. The host of the mic will show you a light at 4 minutes. You should wrap up whatever joke you are telling. When you hit 5 minutes the host will show you another light. If you don’t stop talking by the time the host gets to you, they will take the mic from you.
- Our sign up lists fill up! Get to the open mics right around 7:30 if you want to be early in the night.
- We have no content restrictions on our open mics. That being said, please don’t be intentionally be offensive. There should be punchlines. You should be attempting to make people laugh, not angry.