“Everybody’s A Comedian”. Episode 2. by Sammy Wegent and Greg Rowan. 

Co-Created by
SAMMY WEGENT & GREG ROWAN

Written by
SAMMY WEGENT

Directed by
GREG ROWAN

Edited by
ANNA INGENTHRON


CAST (In order of appearance)

Sammy SAMMY WEGENT
Allison ALLISON PAGE 
Waitress HALEY KLARFELD
Patrick YURI BARANOVSKY
Director MARC HERSHON
Producer HILLARY BERGMANN

[This show is so good! I love the nuance between the performers.]

4/18. Michael Bossier & The Masters of Improv @ George’s Nightclub. 842 Fourth St. San Rafael. $10-$15. 8:30pm. Featuring Johnny Steele, Geoff Bolt, Michael O’Brien, Susan Elliot and Marc Hershon.

Comedy Improv is one of the hardest forms of comedy to be skilled in. It’s a mixture of improvisation, stand-up, scene-work, theatre games and body work. It takes an agile brain, quick, smartly funny verbal repartee, teamwork between the performers and an ability to be physically reactive to developing scenes spontaneously. Comedian and Improv Master Michael Bossier has assembled a team of Improv Giants to entertain the audience at George’s Comedy Wednesday! Michael stated in an interview about what inspires him; “Find, as an informed comic, the truth amid the noise and to remind, as many as possible, that the air is getting thin.”
Michael’s credits include being director and founder of The Comedy Store Players, Spaghetti Jam and Comedy Underground. Bossier is currently performing with Debi Durst in the comedy team Deb & Mike and also teaches Improvisational Comedy at SF State. Michael has studied Improvisation for over forty years with such giants as Viola Spolin from Second City, Del Close of The Committee Theatre, Paul Sills of Story Theatre and Stephen Book from the Spolin Games Institute.

4/18. Michael Bossier & The Masters of Improv @ George’s Nightclub. 842 Fourth St. San Rafael. $10-$15. 8:30pm. Featuring Johnny Steele, Geoff Bolt, Michael O’Brien, Susan Elliot and Marc Hershon.

Comedy Improv is one of the hardest forms of comedy to be skilled in. It’s a mixture of improvisation, stand-up, scene-work, theatre games and body work. It takes an agile brain, quick, smartly funny verbal repartee, teamwork between the performers and an ability to be physically reactive to developing scenes spontaneously. Comedian and Improv Master Michael Bossier has assembled a team of Improv Giants to entertain the audience at George’s Comedy Wednesday! Michael stated in an interview about what inspires him; “Find, as an informed comic, the truth amid the noise and to remind, as many as possible, that the air is getting thin.”

Michael’s credits include being director and founder of The Comedy Store Players, Spaghetti Jam and Comedy Underground. Bossier is currently performing with Debi Durst in the comedy team Deb & Mike and also teaches Improvisational Comedy at SF State. Michael has studied Improvisation for over forty years with such giants as Viola Spolin from Second City, Del Close of The Committee Theatre, Paul Sills of Story Theatre and Stephen Book from the Spolin Games Institute.

Comedy Day Countdown: Debi Durst via Marc Hershon [64 Days]
[Circa Comedy Day ‘85]

Comedy Day Countdown: Debi Durst via Marc Hershon [64 Days]

[Circa Comedy Day ‘85]