Kris McDermott

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Jokes, Shenanigans, Tomfoolery

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Hey, Can I Bother You, Alexandra Tsarpalas?

[...] with me. They should consider this fair warning (including you, Kris). Kris: What’s your favorite type of gig? Alexandra: I have two favorite types of gigs. The first being a show where friends and [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alex Stone?

[...] thats what I’m doing in Chicago, then Chicago is where I’ll be. Kris: What’s your favorite type of gig? Alex: I like any gig where the audience actually wants to be at the show. [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Ramon Rivas?

[...] be able to do the same working the club and independent scene in Chicago. What’s your favorite type of gig? Hmmm …. Anything with a good comic I respect. Whether that’s a club, theater [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Tamale Sepp?

[...] same style can be found in my comedy and other modes of expression. Kris: What’s your favorite type of gig? Tamale: A successful one. I love when everything falls into place- people are [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Peter-john Byrnes?

[...] strangers in remote locations, and earn my laughs from scratch. Kris: Who are your comedic inspirations? Who/what are you loving right now? Peter: My biggest comic inspiration is George Carlin, [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alexandra Tsarpalas?

[...] of success wax and wane? This question might be too hard for me. Kris: Who are your comedic inspirations? Who/what are you loving right now? Alexandra: Narrowing this down was a quite a task! [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alex Stone?

[...] . Or they wont, and I’m full of shit, which is a real possibility. Kris: Who are your comedic inspirations? Who/what are you loving right now? Alex: It’s really more what than who. There are so [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Ramon Rivas?

[...] west so looking forward to it) and also trying to stop breaking my glasses. Who are your comedic inspirations? Who/what are you loving right now? Richard Pryor (raw honesty, storytelling), Brian Regan [...]

Put Your Hands Together (for Cameron Esposito)

[...] so consistently? Cameron: I started doing new host sets every week when I hosted Cole’s with Adam Burke in Chicago. He and I would both bring in about ten new minutes a week. Adam’s a great writer [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Peter-john Byrnes?

[...] -up call to try again at age 42. I went to a show at the Wilmette Theatre which had a slate of Adam Burke, Cameron Esposito, and Dan Telfer. They opened my eyes to a very different comedy scene in [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Ramon Rivas?

[...] Fest– and has been working the road a lot in the past year. I first met him when I did Accidental Comedy Fest in Cleveland this year. Ramon’s a super, super nice guy and talked to me about his [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alex Stone?

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Hey, Can I Bother You, Ramon Rivas?

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Hey, Can I Bother You, Tamale Sepp?

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Hey, Can I Bother You, Peter-john Byrnes?

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Put Your Hands Together (for Cameron Esposito)

[...] I always point them to Put Your Hands Together—and I was lucky enough to talk to Cameron Esposito, one of the show’s producers and one of my favorite working comics—about it. What should you [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alexandra Tsarpalas?

[...] it ended up being the best launching pad I could have ever imagined. We took the class when Cameron Esposito was teaching it and in our class was none other than current Fem Com teacher, Kelsie Huff. [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Peter-john Byrnes?

[...] again at age 42. I went to a show at the Wilmette Theatre which had a slate of Adam Burke, Cameron Esposito, and Dan Telfer. They opened my eyes to a very different comedy scene in Chicago than what I [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alex Stone?

[...] wanted to do. So, one day my mom sat down with me at our computer and we just googled “Comedy clubs in Ohio.” It turned out Go Bananas was only about a mile from where I lived. So I [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Ramon Rivas?

[...] moving to Chicago soon. What inspired the move? A mix of having already working at 3/7 comedy clubs there, being established and known enough to do independent shows easily and the never [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alex Stone?

[...] everyone this: is it weird when strangers friend you on facebook? Do you maintain some social profiles for personal use only and some more public? Alex: It was weird at first but now it [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Ramon Rivas?

[...] asking everyone this: is it weird when strangers friend you on facebook? Do you maintain some social profiles for personal use only and some more public? Eh , I use Facebook for promoting mostly so [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Tamale Sepp?

[...] everyone this: is it weird when strangers friend you on facebook? Do you maintain some social profiles for personal use only and some more public? Tamale: Not at all. Over the years, I have [...]

1 Year Old (In Comedy Years): What I’ve Learned

Comedy Baby Kris: The Sad Clown This week marks one year of my doing stand-up, and because I love milestones and I especially love lists, I thought I [...]

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Hey, Can I Bother You, Alexandra Tsarpalas?

[...] with me. They should consider this fair warning (including you, Kris). Kris: What’s your favorite type of gig? Alexandra: I have two favorite types of gigs. The first being a show where friends and [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Alex Stone?

[...] thats what I’m doing in Chicago, then Chicago is where I’ll be. Kris: What’s your favorite type of gig? Alex: I like any gig where the audience actually wants to be at the show. [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Ramon Rivas?

[...] be able to do the same working the club and independent scene in Chicago. What’s your favorite type of gig? Hmmm …. Anything with a good comic I respect. Whether that’s a club, theater [...]

Hey, Can I Bother You, Tamale Sepp?

[...] same style can be found in my comedy and other modes of expression. Kris: What’s your favorite type of gig? Tamale: A successful one. I love when everything falls into place- people are [...]

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