Doug Neithercott and Doug Ocar of ComedySportz Twin Cities (unfortunately Mary Strutzel couldn’t join us) to talk about running the local branch of a worldwide, all-ages, short-form show. They discuss the benefits of the brand, and how much freedom there is to present your own style within the brand, the power of having a ref, a tech booth, and a keyboardist, legitimizing improv, good story telling, the importance of having a cast list with diverse comedic styles, and expanding your idea of what you can do.
Also, Doug and Doug open a burger restaurant, Matt does short-form for the third time, and we finally find a way for Philip to be less off-putting.
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