In this episode, Nick & Brie chat with actor, writer & improvisor Ryan Hughes about some of the struggles he’s currently facing in the pursuit of his art.
Ryan speaks of a few pros and cons of the day job, and what happens when it’s gone. He discusses issues of confidence and mental health. We also delve into a deep discussion about women in comedy and *~*GASP*~* even feminism!
With GREAT shout-outs to:
JESS BEAULIEU & NATALIE NORMAN (THE CRIMSON WAVE)
Be sure to check Ryan out on Twitter @ryanfhughes
& his improv troupe
Peggy Molson are competing in the Big City Improv Festival’s “TKO” tournament. Their semi-final set is at Comedy Bar on Tues. Oct. 13th @ 8:00 PM. Go check ’em out if you’re in Toronto.
How do you stay focused on doing what you love, when you need to exert so much time and energy on doing what must be done in order to pay to do that very thing you love? By that time, there’s little to no energy or focus left.
What a vicious cycle.