Q&A: Dear Goddesses’ Christine Walden

As someone that has been improvising for more than five years, a member of the long-form improv troupe NYTE Shift, and a host of the mostly improvised witch coven show Dear Goddesses at Good Good, Christine Walden is well-equipped to teach students in her upcoming Basics of Improv class how to collaborate in scenes without […]

Q&A: Andrew Jeffrey Wright

When anyone in Philly talks about their favorite live comedy moments, it’s almost always something involving Andrew Jeffrey Wright – he’s been somebody’s dad teaching you about sex while breakdancing, a parkour artist slapping Garfield stickers on street signs, a dancing pile of shit, a vaping boss and even a playwright. He melds all of […]

Q&A: Get Work’s Dan Vetrano

Meeting new people isn’t always easy. But for Dan Vetrano, who has been incorporating audience interaction into his stand-up for over ten years, meeting new people during a set is a source of comedic innovation unlike any other. I chose to live in the moment myself by failing to write any questions for my interview […]