|Posted by annadreambig on March 28, 2013 at 5:55 AM||comments (0)|
Wait, how does the line go? "It was the best of times. It was the worst of times." Whatever, I don't like to read.
I went to the 5th annual Women in Comedy Festival in Boston. It was my second time attending the festival. It really kicked off out on the road, at a rest stop, with ketchup exploding in my face. That's when I knew. This time was going to be special. I guess I deserved it for falling far off the Weight Watchers' wagon. By the way, I spend a ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by annadreambig on February 3, 2013 at 7:00 AM||comments (0)|
If I could attend a comedy show every single day, I would. Even if I wasn't on the show. Unfortunately, work and location prevents me but I can always count on One Girl's Giggle to let me live vicariously. She reviews comedy in Rochester, my home away from home away from home.
I'm very flattered by the mention in this particular one. The headliner EDR, or Earl David Reed, was a pleasure to work with. That's not always the case, trust me. Anyways- check it out.
http://onegirlsgiggl...Read Full Post »
|Posted by annadreambig on November 8, 2012 at 12:35 AM||comments (0)|
I feel like the Susan Boyle of comedy.
I'm not cool. I can't dress. I'm broke. I'm fat. My hair is a mess. And sometimes people who don't know me laugh AT me or look upon me with doubt that I have any value...until I get on stage. Then I get lucky, not always ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by annadreambig on August 10, 2012 at 4:10 AM||comments (1)|
With so much drama in the comedy, it's kinda hard being A- double N- A P. But I, somehow, some way, keep coming up with funny ass shiz like every single day. ...
Blah, blah blah it sounded cooler in my head.
For something that's so supposed to be full of laughs and giggles, stand up comedy is way too dramatic.
AND I HATE DRAMA!!
But everyone is entitled to their opinions. Even if I disagree or think it needs not to be spread like a cancer all over the interwebs.Read Full Post »