In this month’s catch up we have new books from Father James Martin and Tracey Stewart, Max Werner is writing a new TV show, Jimmy Fallon has a new clothing line, Jon Stewart talks life after ‘The Daily Show’, and Conan O’Brien takes his show abroad.
In this month’s catch up we have interviews with Brian Stack, Elliott Kalan, and Jon Batiste, a new humour piece from David Sedaris, events featuring Jon Stewart, Larry Wilmore and Trevor Noah, and Mindy Kaling writes about working with Stephen Colbert in her new book, ‘Why Not Me?‘.
In this month’s catch we have interviews with Jon Batiste and Jon Stewart, new humour pieces from Frank Lesser, Brian Stack is featured in a new documentary, Amy Sedaris is back on television, ticket details for performance by Daniel Kibblesmith and Jon Batiste, and Jon Stewart gets in the ring at WWE SummerSlam.
In this month’s catch we have interviews with Amy Sedaris and Frank Lesser, casting news for John Oliver, new humour pieces from Frank Lesser and Michael Brumm, David Sedaris is back on BBC Radio, and Daniel Kibblesmith is co-writing a new comic book.
In this month’s catch we have interviews with Frank Lesser, Peter Gwinn, Cullen Crawford, David Sedaris, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee, new books from Father James Martin and Jimmy Fallon, and Jon Batiste & Stay Human are gearing up perform at MOMA Nights.
In this month’s catch up we have interviews with Amy Sedaris, David Sedaris guest hosts ‘Selected Shorts’, Peter Gwinn has written a new article, Samantha Bee and Conan O’Brien have new shows headed to TBS, and the Montclair Film Festival gets a new permanent home.
In this month’s catch up Amy Sedaris makes her final appearance on the ‘Late Show’, Bassem Youssef embarks on a new project to help aspiring Arab talent, Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about his new talk show on Nat Geo, Samantha Bee farewells ‘The Daily Show’, Tracey Stewart adds author to her resume, and John Oliver is bringing his stand up show Down Under.
Writing for Late Night TV, with Opus Moreschi
Opus Moreschi will tell you everything you need to know about late night comedy writing, including monologue, desk bits, remotes, and how to craft the finest writing sample. He is capable of teaching a tin can to be funny, and you will walk away from this workshop with seventeen Emmys. (This workshop description is non-legally binding)
Date: Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 1:00 – 2:30 PM
Location: ImprovBoston, 40 Prospect Street, Cambridge, MA