This week’s episode, number 19, is a good one on the Coming Up Short podcast. Eric Rosenblum and Jon Levine dig into some pretty serious topics and new additions to the South Florida comedy scene.
Jon and Eric take time this week to cover the topics of selling out and what that means to both rookie and seasoned comedians alike. Also, the topic of marketing and when it should, and should not be, done (which is a topic that Jon and Franco Harris spoke about at length).
As for new additions, Eric and Jon highlight Rhett Thompson’s new room that’s starting this week in downtown Miami, as well as several shows that the two of them have coming up.
Finally, our Standup Spotlight of the week, Micaela Fagan, gets a shoutout as we discuss all of the great and fun stuff she’s doing on stage.
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This week Jon Levine and Eric Rosenblum welcome Chris TOpher (Chris Roe) to the Coming Up Short studios. Chris, Eric and Jon tackle one of the biggest questions out there right off the bat: is it TOpher, Roe or Miller? We also have a great discussion about the different ‘levels’ of comedian in a local market, how Chris got into comedy and what made him stay there and the importance of recording and watching your own work.
The three also talk about Chris’s first nightmare gig, what Tim Hanlon’s ringtone probably is, and Jon’s recent trip to Belushi’s Comedy Bar in Fort Myers.
We round out this week’s podcast with our Standup Spotlight of the Week, Franco Harris.
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Jon Levine and Eric Rosenblum are back this week with an extremely informative episode! This week's guest, Casey Peruski, comes to us live via remote (a first for us) and doles out some amazing advice about running shows, as well as getting booked on them! Casey talks about his partnership with his uncle (who knew?) Spaz and their amazing venues: Sunrise Theatre Black Box and PSL Civic Center. We also discuss the differences in the different scenes around Florida and being tenacious, but not annoying.