The world is sooo..
serious. What’s up with that? Like stocks and Excel sheets – who invented those things? And retirement funds and business meetings, stop you’re making my head hurt.
And wearing suits to job interviews, and the perfect resume and the news. Hey, I said stop you’re making my head spin.
And having the perfect set of guidelines for relationships and marriages and OK you’re exhausting me now I need a nap.
How can I take life seriously when I’m constantly being tapped on the shoulder while out shopping and people start talking to me like I work there? This keeps happening to me, why?
Or the time someone told me I looked great but the back of my skirt was tucked into my tights.
Or the time I ran to the subway in high heels and fell down the entire flight of stairs trying to catch a train? Oh, don't worry about me I totally meant to do that...
My life is a series of awkward & random moments. I know this, which is why I cannot take myself seriously and neither should you, or you’ll end up scratching your head wondering what’s going on and neither of us want that.
If you were here I would probably try to give you a hug and swoop in but then second guess if you're a hugger and then awkwardly embrace you and replay it in my head for the rest of the day.
I've studied sketch, satire, writing for TV/Film & Webseries with The Second City, Chicago. I've also spent time performing stand up at ImprovBoston and have thrown a few other workshops into the mix over the years (see the full list below.)
I love to see expectations and flip them upside down in my writing and whatever else I decide to do. So if you like that too, I THINK I can make you laugh. And if you're blue, I would rather see you smile, SO I WILL TRY ANYTHING. Stick around because I think you're awesome.
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where did I learn what I say I know?
The Second City
Sketch Writing 1, 2 & 3
Satire Writing 1, 2 & 3
Writing Your Webseries
Writing for Late Night TV and Talk Shows
Writing for TV & Film
Writing Sadness Through Humor
The Comedy Studio
The Onion & Clickhole Present: The Art of Satire in a World of Fake News
- The Rockwell, Boston
Satire and Humor Festival: There's No "I" in Short Humorous Prose
- Magnet Theater, NYC
Satire and Humor Festival: Become Your Own One-Person Comedic Design Team
- Magnet Theater, Online
Online Satire Workshop