The 7th S1 EP1 Jennie Stencel stars in "JENNIERAL HOSTILE"
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Lucky number 7, unless of course numbers don't control fate...Anyways my guest this week is Jennie Stencel owner of the Idiot Box Comedy Club, Executive Producer of the North Carolina Comedy Festival, and owner/ bartender at Greensboro's newest bottle shop "Next Door" also she's been on TV before so this is my best chance yet! We talk universally loved shows as well as characters who keep you guessing and then jump into a comedy with soap opera influences.
On this episode I spoke with Jennie Stencel. In addition to being the owner of The Idiot Box Comedy Club, she is also founder of the North Carolina Comedy Festival. We talked about the potential reopening of the club and what may or may not happen in the future for her comedy festival. And if you would like to see Jennie’s rapping weather report, I have that right here for you. Enjoy.Music in this episode provided by my good friends Scott Lester & The Dirty Dottys. The post Jennie Stencel appeared first on COMEDIAN. ACTOR. PODCASTER..
The mighty Jennie Stencel talks about owning a comedy club (the great Idiot Box in Greensboro, NC) in these uncertain times, gives insight on how to help small businesses, discusses the level of comedic talent in North Carolina; helping nourish new talent, and anticipates what hack premises will come from the quarantine.
Jennie Stencel (Executive Producer NC Comedy Festival, Owner Idiot Box) joins James Mac to discuss the current state of comedy, possible future of comedy, and some advice for comics with bios and submissions. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Comedian and owner of the Idiot Box Comedy Club and the proprietor of the North Carolina Comedy Festival, Jennie Stencel talks about running a festival and a full time comedy club as well as dealing with management! The Dispatch: Why standing up for the poor will get you smeared like Bernie Sanders has! PLUS an update on Iran. NEW LIVE STAND UP COMEDY DATES January 24: La Costena in Lancaster, PA January 25-26: Opening for Lee Camp at Ruba Club in Philadelphia, PA January 29: 730 Tavern in Boston, MA January 31: The Apohadion Theater in Portland, ME February 7: Marquis Theater in Middlebury, VT February 8: Revelry Theater in Burlington, VT February 9: Woolen Mills Comedy Club in Bridgewater, VT February 10: Skinny Pancake in Burlington, VT February 11: Boulder Coffee in Rochester, NY February 15: 3rd St. Gallery in Pittsburgh PA February 17: Maggie Meyers in Huntsville, AL February 20: BookMarx in Springfield, MO Patreon : http://bit.ly/SupportKrish 1 Time Donation: http://bit.ly/1TimeDIYDonation Anchor Donations: https://anchor.fm/taboo-table-talk Weekly Newsletter: http://bit.ly/WeeklyKrish --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taboo-table-talk/support
Jennie Stencel, the owner of the Idiot Box Comedy Club in Greensboro, talks about the new space, working with agents and educating younger comedians. Plus we dive into why we shouldn’t name streets after people! For all the dates and upcoming shows at the Idiot Box Comedy Club check out www.ibxcomedy.com. The new format of the show includes weekly rants on the state of things which is called ‘the Dispatch’! Dispatch: We dive into why the Yellow Vests are so important. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taboo-table-talk/support