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Episode 21 finally sets to answer the real question every comedian asked at least once: Who or what is to blame for my show bombing? Was I not funny, or was the audience just bad? Maybe the room, atmosphere, show management? Check to hear what David & Igor think, both of whom had their fair share of flat shows. Donations We do this podcast for the …
 
As doing small trivia quizzes was the original idea for the end of each episode, David & Igor decided to dedicate separate episodes to passing different comedy related quizzes found online.In this episode, they tackle the quiz titled "How Far Would You Go in Stand-Up Comedy?", found on https://brainfall.com/quizzes/how-far-would-you-go-in-stand-up-…
 
A special cross-over episode, as the one of the hosts of The Comedy Kiosk, Igor Mondae, sits down with Kirill Voronin (Russia), the creator and host of Before the Punchline comedy podcast (available at https://www.buzzsprout.com/1408654), talk about running a podcast in English from the heart of Russia; motivation behind it, difference in approach …
 
With the recent passing of two legends of comedy, Norm Macdonald and Sean Lock, our two hosts discuss the influence of comedians that came before them, what mark can they leave, and who will they miss once they're gone. DonationsWe do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices), but we do have certain expenses in terms of equipment and…
 
Igor and David decided to talk about age and it's affects on comedy; is it important at what age you start, is there an optimal time to become a comic, and what are some pluses and minuses of starting early vs starting late. Donations We do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices), but we do have certain expenses in terms of equipme…
 
Episode 16 brings another debatable topic; the amount of truth in stand-up material. Two very experienced comics; David and Igor, have quite polarized approach when it comes to this one. Listen to find out which one is a storytelling purist, and which one is just full of bull.Donations We do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices),…
 
In the very first recommendations episode, David and Igor share what they watch, that makes them laugh and/or relax. Everything from stand-up specials to TV shows currently airing, if you are looking for something to watch next: try any of these recommendations!DonationsWe do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices), but we do have …
 
In the wake of recent events, with a Moscow-based comedian being prosecuted and sentenced to 10 days in prison for making a joke, Igor and David tackle the question on censorship; does it have place in stand-up, what you are allowed and what not allowed to say, who has the right to ban a joke, and what happens when comedians cross the line.Donation…
 
Lucky number 13! Quality or quantity? What is more important, performing a lot, or performing well? Is it good just going up on stage every chance you get, or should you work on quality of your material off stage too?What is a better market, more comics, shows, and audience but less stage time and opportunities, or a limited market? And finally, is…
 
After watching a YouTube clip about more depression in recent stand-up, and Bo Burhnham's Netflix special "Inside", Igor Mondae and David Munoz decided to sit down and discuss why exactly is it that comedy nowadays can't seem to shake the drama element, and there is more personal and tragic touch in every recent show.Some spoilers for Bo Burnham "I…
 
In the newest episode, David and Igor try to answer the question as old as time: can you learn to be funny? Are there any viable sources; books, courses, schools, tutorials, that can educate someone on how to write jokes, how to perform, and how to be good at comedy? And is being good at comedy the same as being funny? It was a hard topic, and our …
 
We're back baby! After a long break and some other projects, we are back with a new (old) episode recorded a few months ago and finally released.Igor and David are discussing heckling in stand-up; definition of a heckle, types of hecklers, best way to deal with it, and share personal stories and experiences with hecklers at their shows.DonationsWe …
 
Back for another episode, Igor Mondae & David Munoz discuss the categorization of comedy; is it an art, craft, or complete arse, and discover what is David's favorite title to go by when addressed.Apologies for David's sound on this one, there were some technical issues during recording, but as it's a very lively episode, we decided to publish it r…
 
As a continuation of the previous episode, Munoz & Mondae discuss life on the road, but this time from a more behind the scenes perspective, sharing stories and experiences, and ultimately answering the question: why the hell do they do it.DonationsWe do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices), but we do have certain expenses in te…
 
A very special episode of The Comedy Kiosk, recorded on a phone in Ryazan, during a short weekend tour that featured our two hosts, Igor Mondae and David Munoz, in which they discuss traveling and performing in different cities and life on the road.DonationsWe do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own voices), but we do have certain expen…
 
On the Valentine's Day week, Mondae & Munoz have decided to dig into the topic of love and relationships, and discuss what kind of partner would be suitable for a comic, how easy or hard is it to combine comedy and love life, and share their experience of influence of stand-up in their romantic endeavors. Recommendations: Sara Pascoe: LadsLadsLads …
 
On the fifth episode, Munoz & Mondae tackle the question of doing comedy professionally; is it possible to earn enough to make a living, what are their current stages and future goals, and what might be common obstacles standing in the way of aspiring comics taking their art and turning it into a full-time job.DonationsWe do this podcast for the lo…
 
Once more, Igor Mondae (Croatia) and David Munoz (Australia) come together to discuss comedy, and this time the topic is language. How does it feel to perform in a foreign language, what are some pros and cons, what are some challenges of performing for a non-native crowd, and what influence does the language have on the type of humor and performan…
 
Munoz & Mondae sit down to discuss setting up a brand new stand-up scene in a foreign language on an example of English stand-up in Moscow, creating a circuit around Russia, and pioneering shows in new places that have not had (any or foreign) comedy before, such as middle of Siberia. DonationsWe do this podcast for the love of comedy (and our own …
 
In the second episode, our co-hosts, Mondae & Munoz, tackle a more personal question, and try to answer what does being a comedian mean; is it a lifestyle or a profession, what are some important features of a comedian, and how did they get into comedy and become one, with some pop-quiz questions and recommendations in the end.Recommendations: The …
 
Igor Mondae (Croatia) & David Munoz (Australia) sit down to discuss comedy in 2020; challenges, changes, and experiences, and in the end, play a short trivia quiz and recommend some new comedy releases.Recommendations: Hannah Gadsby: Douglas (2020) / Netflixhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziIwxPCeByUMark Normand: Out to lunch (2020) / YouTubehttps:…
 
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