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Portrait of a Comedian: Featuring Rory Scovel and Neal Stastny

A new episode of Portrait of a Comedian, a bi-weekly show on Breakthru Radio featuring some of the top comedians in New York City, is available once again.

This episode features Rory Scovel and Neal Stastny. Tune in to hear Rory, one of the most innovative comedians working today, talk about his Southern heritage, playing with the conventions of comedy, and how 3-D movies are preventing him from quitting pot. You’ll also hear Neal Stastny, an up and comer who you’ll definitely be hearing more from, talk about growing up in the zoo business, witnessing future murders in pawn shops, and why New Orleans has fostered so many good comedians.

We’ll also be hearing music from Real Estate, Camper Van Beethoven, M. Ward, and The Heartless Bastards.


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I love this podcast about new comedians. One of the best podcasts out there. The only complaint: the music breaks. Not the quality of the music; just that they're there at all. I'm listening to the podcast for comedy and, after only about 5 minutes of interview/performance, two to three songs are played before we get back to the comedian.

January 6, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterD Voetberg

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