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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 […]

Q&A: Brandon Vincent Jackson

Brandon Vincent Jackson teaches English as a Second Language by day and performs stand-up comedy by night. In his upcoming Communication Through Comedy class he’ll help students master their ability to express themselves on stage using the principles of linguistics. Over a phone call one Sunday morning he talked with me, ever so eloquently, about […]

Q&A: Darlings’ Caitlin Feeney

On stage, Caitlin Feeney fearlessly interacts with audiences in her sketches, stand-up and her human resources-themed comedy show Sensitivity Training. Her comedy is often poignant, completely silly and embedded with a sense of empathy, which, she says, is one of her “top 5 traits.” We met up at Philadelphia’s City Hall to chat about period […]