Last week, the national version of Arts Express radio aired an interview I did with Brad Zimmerman, the star and writer of an amusing new one-man show called My Son, the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy. Zimmerman talks about the process of creating such a show, of his time sharing the bill with such comedy greats as Joan Rivers and George Carlin, and what he learned from them about comedy.
By the way, I’ve upgraded the site, so there should be no more annoying ads at the bottom of the posts. There’s also a slightly different format for audio clips. Just click on the grey triangle to play.