She Shed Comedy began as a service project to educate and empower women pursuing a career in comedy by sharing stories and wisdom from women who are currently working in entertainment. It is our mission to serve these women through lighthearted, soulful, and meaningful conversations with working women in entertainment; as such, this show will serve as a platform for female comedians to share their stories, wisdom, and insights and be a guiding Light for aspiring female comedians. To that end ...
Kalea McNeill, an Actor, and Stand-up Comedian from Fairfield, California. She talks about her comedy journey and shares how she got into stand-up and abandoned the open mic circuit to create and produce her own show that launched her career.By She Shed Comedy
Ruth Brandt, Comedian, Actor, and Writer. They discuss Ruth’s comic journey, and how it helped her in getting better while making a huge difference in her healing.By She Shed Comedy
Lin Sun, a Stand-up Comedian, Writer, Actor, and a Mom. Lin shares about comedy, how she got into it, and how she connects with the audience. She also gives out some great tips to be better on stage.By She Shed Comedy
In this episode, Lace Larrabee talks about recording her first comedy special, what it takes to be a woman comic in a male dominated industry, and a few tips for the newbie to make it appear as if they've been doing comedy for years.By She Shed Comedy
On today’s episode, we have Alfie Noakes. He runs the We are funny project in London, England, and as of May 2022, the project celebrates its 9th birthday. Alfie is unique in the London standup scene, arguably the world capital of standup, and he only promotes an emcee. However, he also produces a wide range of comedy-based live workshops with indu…
In this episode, Aaron talks about how his training as a police officer translated to working the stage and how to "command presence" as a performer; how he uses improvisation in his physical comedy; and how to maintain your professional demeanor when things go wrong.By She Shed Comedy
Linda is relaunching She Shed Comedy and shares an update on what's to come.By She Shed Comedy
In this special Business Series episode, I chat with Story Influencer and Body Language Expert, Holley Mignosi. We talk about how to storytelling and how your body language says more than your words.
In this special Business Series episode, I chat with Patrina Wisdom - a Wealth Mentor, about Money and how we relate to money that's keeping us from making a living with our craft.By Linda Schwartz
In this special Business Series episode, I chat with Dani Zoldan - Owner of Stand Up NY. We talk about what you, a comic, should be bringing to the table besides your talent and routine.
In this special Business Series episode, Linda interviews best selling author, speaker, and mindset mentor - Jacqui Letran and they talk about the power of visualization and how to shift your mindset for success.By Linda Schwartz
In this special Business Series, Linda brings on experts in various fields to talk about business and how it relates to the performing artist. In this episode, Annie LaCroix, a self-proclaimed brain science geek, talks about Efficiency vs Effectiveness For the Creative Types.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, Sarah Fatemi - stand up comic, writer, actor, talks about her project Saffron 'N Rose, a project she created to give more Middle Eastern women time in front of the camera and lots more!By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, I chat with Reem Edan, a first generation Muslim American Stand Up Comic and Writer. We talk about taking initiative and transitioning from a Full-Time JOB to a Full-Time Creative Career Path.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, host Linda Schwartz gives an update on what's to come, shares some personal news, and talks a little bit about She Shed Comedy's new partnership with Stand Up NY & Laughpass.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, writer/comedian Fielding Edlow shares her thoughts on what it means to find your voice and why specificity leads to universality and much much more!By Linda Schwartz
In this solo episode, host Linda Schwartz shares her learnings from the last 60 days since the launch of this podcast and her stand up comedy journey. She talks about managing your expectations and what you can control.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, Judy Carter, Motivational Speaker, Comedy Coach, Author (The Comedy Bible, Stand Up Comedy: The Book, The Message of YOU), Podcast Host (The Power Of Purpose) shares her thoughts on being authentic and on purpose.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, Danielle and I talk about finding your niche (hers is Spiritual Comedy) and being willing to create your own opportunities.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, Rosie and I talk about performing as an act of giving - it's our gift to the audience and how having this shift in perspective makes a huge difference.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, Lisa Gilbert shares about her life as a mother of triplets in her 50s, loving people, and the importance of engagement.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, Grace & I talk about the importance of receiving feedback no matter how experienced or inexperienced you are as a comic. Listen as she explains why being open to receiving feedback is so important.
In this episode, I sit down with Vanessa Anton, veteran improviser and creator of Vulnerability In Improv. She shares her wisdom on what it means to be vulnerable.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode we join Vicki Barbolak, America's Got Taken Semi-Finalist on location at the MadHouse Comedy Club in San Diego. We talk about her journey to AGT, that time she almost gave up, her advice about bombing, and so many juicy nuggets of wisdom.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode I share the mission, intention, and three ways to get the most out of this content! Please listen and come along for the ride!By Linda Schwartz
In this episode I sit down with Dixie Perkinson, a commercial and improv actor from Los Angeles. She's starred in over 60 commercials and has even played therapist to Andy Dick in one of his comedy specials. We also talk about Trust & Surrender...By Linda Schwartz
In this episode I sit down with JJ Barrows, a rising star in the San Diego stand up comedy scene and we talk about the importance of creating a support system and having a beginners mind. She shares her top three pieces of wisdom for those who are new to stand up comedy.By Linda Schwartz
In this episode, I sit down with Carlen Altman a stand-up comedian, writer, director, actress and Indie Spirit Award Nominee. We talk about the benefits of taking a mental, spiritual, and physical detox; growing up in comedy clubs and the impact that had onBy Linda Schwartz