You perform a lot of stand-up around New York. What's your favorite venue at the moment?
My favorite space to perform in New York has been The Bell House in Brooklyn. Brooklyn counts as New York, right? I was lucky enough to host a Moth Slam there within my first few months living in the city... just a couple years ago. It just has the best vibe for comedy.
You're working on that new Wyatt Cynac HBO show and producing a new podcast for Earwolf. A lot of cool new stuff, but is there anything super old you're working on right now?
I'm always working on old stuff. There are some really great unreleased episodes of my podcast "It's All True!" that I just haven't had time to polish. I'm writing a spec script for a show I'd like to make that I think has a unique take on the world of radio. There's a lot of stuff, man. There are some submission packets out there that I should just finish and turn in three years late.
What can people expect from your performance?
My performance will be live. Definitely not pre-taped.