Podcast: The JV Club w/ Janet Varney (SF00s). Episode 104. Aisha Tyler. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Website: Here.
It’s a deep-delving discussion of ethics and morality (science fiction nerds welcome!) with the inimitable Aisha Tyler (SF Native), otherwise known as a video gaming champ of her local laundromat. Plus: enough rad book recommendations to last you for weeks!
Podcast: The JV Club w/ Janet Varney (SF00s). Episode 60. Live at Bridgetown Comedy Festival with Natasha Leggero and Karen Kilgariff (Petaluma). Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Website: Here.
Janet is joined by returning guest Natasha Leggero and first-time JV “Club Foot” Karen Kilgariff in this live recording from Portland’s terrifically fun Bridgetown Comedy Festival. Music! Hats! Eggs!
Podcast: The JV Club w/ Janet Varney. Episode 49. Live at SF Sketchfest with Tig Notaro. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Website: Here.
In this second-ever live episode of The JV Club, first-ever returning guest Tig Notaro sits onstage with Janet at SF Sketchfest in San Francisco to discuss the events of her life since the last time they recorded together. What follows is a frank, intimate and emotional discussion… with a very liberal dose of laughter.
A chat with two former San Franciscans as Mary Van Note, stand-up comedian/sketch performer/vintage ambassador, speaks with Janet Varney, improviser/actress/curator/podcaster, about the JV Club, feminism, and “cool female friends” dearth.
Podcast: The JV Club w/ Janet Varney. Episode 12. Mary-Lynn Rajskub. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Website: Here.
"I was doing performance art at bars in San Francisco because I guess the comedy clubs were closing. So, there’d be something at "The Brainwash Cafe" or the "Chameleon" in the Mission… I remember there was this one transvestite poet and I was just fascinated! Like ‘You’re standing on stage, reading your poetry’ and I just loved it. But then Patton Oswalt would go up. But I didn’t know it was Patton, at that time I just thought, ‘Wait, What?’"
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