How I learned to be a stand-up comedian in 19 days

6 Nov

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Hey, guys! As part of Time Out New York’s comedy issue (which features some of the most impressive, funny, ballsy, generally amazing women I’ve ever met in my life), I learned to do stand-up comedy and then performed at Carolines on Broadway. (That’s me in the bottom left of the cover. I know what you’re thinking: “Nobody puts Carla in the corner.” But they do! And I like it!) Pick up the print issue (on stands now) for the full story, and to watch me touching my hair awkwardly and making people laugh (they did! It was cool!), check out the video here.

One Response to “How I learned to be a stand-up comedian in 19 days”

  1. jean Barton February 19, 2015 at 11:04 am #

    You’re my inspiration, Carla. You had Bonnie McFarlane at your side, but would you spend $400 (cash only accepted) on an 8-week comedy club’s standup school?

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