Interview on “Behind The Bricks” – Pulled muscles, sparkly costumes, and blood
Essentially, it feels like a couple of performers talking shop backstage… We discuss the differences between performing comedy and magic, compare thoughts on interacting with audiences, gossip about other performers, share “hell gig” stories, etc.
If that type of “backstage” stuff interests you, give it a listen.
Just push play:
If the music player (above) isn’t working, here is a direct-link to the MP3 audio file:
Shared with permission from “Behind The Bricks.”
Posted on February 28, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged audio, Behind the Bricks, Brian Mollica, camera tricks, comedian, comedians, comedy, comedy club, comedy show, comedy writing, criss angel, David Blaine, david copperfield, des moines, des moines comedian, des moines entertainer, des moines entertainment, des moines magician, entertainer, entertainment, funny, hack, headliner, hell gig, humor, interview, iowa, iowa comedian, iowa entertainer, iowa entertainment, iowa magician, jokes, Lance Burton, las vegas, learn magic, live comedy, live entertainment, live magic, magic, magic conventions, magic show, magician, magicians, maniac of magic, mimes, nathan allen, open mic, Penn and Teller, performance, performer, podcast, prop comic, show, sleight of hand, stand-up, stand-up comedy, stories, straitjacket, tour, touring, travel, traveling, tricks. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.