The way-too-likable, philosophically funny comic, Bret Raybould, explores the role of PRESENCE in stand-up from a makeshift recording studio inside Bret’s private plane. We break this topic down into “being present” and “stage presence”, touching on the stages of learning, flow state, body language, not giving a fuck, and knowing your act. Bret tells us how dealt successfully with following SNL’s Leslie Jones after she brought down the house. We dig into these aspects of presence and a lot more via bits by Brody Stevens, Patrice O’Neal, and Dane Cook. All this while we eat gold-encrusted caviar off the backs of Bret’s devoted team of silent manservants.
Lastly, he has written for the show Apocalypse NowThis, which received a Webby nomination.
FEATURED BITS ON THIS EPISODE
– Brody Stevens – Opener from The Half Hour (Comedy Central 2012)
– Bret Raybould – Having to Follow SNL’s Leslie Jones 2019
– Patrice O’Neal – Roast of Charlie (Comedy Central, 2011)
– Dane Cook – Intro/riot (Retaliation, 2005)
Thank you, Bret Raybould, for a WONDERFUL episode. Lots of laughs and insight! And your plane is amazing!
SEE BRET LIVE: http://www.bretraybould.com/tour
Check out Bret’s YouTube channel where he posts sketches his brother Jordan (also a comic) and he wrote and shot. The channel is called The Raybould Brothers. – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Qzcyle2TcpBS5FfY2K0ww
Listen to his podcast “Oh Dear”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oh-dear/id1457862172
And the companion podcast, “Talking Oh Dear” at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-oh-dear/id1460266561
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Special thanks Brody Stevens’ intense energy, Patrice O’Neal’s keepin’ it real real, and Dane Cook’s silly bits.
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