Join host Daralyn Kelleher as she interviews her fellow comedians one-one-one and finds out what shaped them and their comedy: from their first loves to their important life influences to their favorite jokes. Everything that makes them, well, them.
Theme: “Happy Rock” & “Jazzy” by bensound.
EPISODE 25: BEN KRONBERG
Standup comedian Ben Kronberg joins Daralyn at Manhattan’s famed Bunga’s Den Bar to talk about the NYC & Denver comedy scenes, his love of Periscope, how to not censor yourself on stage, and more on the post-4th of July edition of It’s Me, Daralyn!
EPISODE 24: ALISON ZEIDMAN
Standup comedian Alison Zeidman joins host Daralyn Kelleher in NYC’s Union Square Park to talk about the NYC & Philly comedy scenes, being a woman in a male-dominated field, performing dark material, and more on a brand new It’s Me, Daralyn!
EPISODE 23: JERICHO DAVIDSON
Standup comedian Jericho Davidson joins host Daralyn Kelleher in NYC’s Union Square Park to talk about the Tucson comedy scene, Jericho’s musical past, “Trailer Park Boys”, and more.
EPISODE 22: JOHN FIELD
Standup comedian John Field joins host Daralyn Kelleher in NYC’s Bryant Park on a hot summer day to talk about dating in the comedy scene, day jobs, John’s bit about Bugs Bunny and more.
Follow Daralyn on Twitter: @deekizzle
EPISODE 21: BRAD AUSTIN
Standup comedian Brad Austin joins host Daralyn Kelleher at The Fifth Estate bar in Brooklyn for a chat about Michigan comedy, testing the waters out in Los Angeles, feeling good/bad about sets, and more.
EPISODE 20: MATT MCCLOWRY
Standup comic Matt McClowry joins host Daralyn Kelleher at NYC’s Union Square Park on the twentieth episode of “It’s Me, Daralyn” for a chat about touring the country as a comedian, bombing for over 30 minutes, and how standup may be like high school cheerleading.
EPISODE 19: ADEL ALIZADEH
Standup comedian and NOLA transplant Adel Alizadeh joins Daralyn at The High Line in NYC for a nice conversation about comedy, dark pasts, and annoying silent ravers.
EPISODE 18: PHIL STAMATO
Standup comedian and Splitsider contributor Phil Stamato joins Daralyn at NYC’s Bryant Park for a nice conversation about comedy and a bit of people and squirrel watching.
EPISODE 17: CHRIS CALOGERO
Comedian Chris Calogero joins Daralyn at NYC’s very popular Bunga’s Den bar for a conversation about standup, Akon, house chores and more.
EPISODE 16: MIKE BROWN
Comedian Mike Brown joins host Daralyn Kelleher on a brand new episode of It’s Me, Daralyn! to talk about the new show name, relationships in the comedy community, and heart-to-heart conversations.
EPISODE 15: ADAM NEWMAN
Origins has a new title: It’s Me, Daralyn. So, welcome to It’s Me, Daralyn!
On this episode, standup comedian Adam Newman joins Daralyn on her couch to chat about open mics, touring, and a mutual love of cats.
And download Adam’s standup LP, Killed, from iTunes.
EPISODE 14: TOM MCCAFFREY
Comedian and filmmaker Tom McCaffrey is Daralyn’s guest on a brand new episode of Origins. The two talk about the NYC comedy scene, his love of the film McGruber, and his own mockumentary, Adventures in Comedy.
And check out Tom’s Adventures in Comedy on Hulu.
EPISODE 13: PEGGY O’LEARY
The very funny Peggy O’Leary joins Daralyn to talk about making her way through the male-heavy New York City comedy scene as a female comedian, the need to work from the bottom, and when to take a break for one’s self. Plus Daralyn talks a bit about her teenage years on a brand new episode of Origins.
EPISODE 12: RIVER CLEGG
It’s a brand new episode of Origins! Comedian River Clegg (Comedy Central, The Onion) joins Daralyn for a one-on-one talk about meeting famous comedic actors, marriage, and the New York scene.
Follow River on Twitter: @riverclegg
EPISODE 11: CARMEN LAGALA
Comedian Carmen Lagala joins Daralyn on a brand new episode of Origins to talk the Vemont scene and how boys are the worst.
Follow Carmen on Twitter: @CarmenLagala
EPISODE 10: JAYSON CROSS
Comedian and model Jayson Cross joins Daralyn on a brand new episode of Origins to talk about straddling the worlds of both professions, Chicago beginnings, haters, and a very curious cat.
Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysoncross
EPISODE 9: ROJO PEREZ
On a brand new episode of Origins, Rojo Perez joins host Daralyn Kelleher to talk about performing comedy in Florida and making the transition to New York City.
Follow Rojo on Twitter: @elrojoperez
EPISODE 8: ROBBIE COLLIER
NYC-based comic Robbie Collier joins Daralyn on a brand new episode of Origins to talk his comedy beginnings and how it’s like being a transplant from a small, less competitive comedy scene.
Follow Robbie on Twitter: @CollierRobbie
EPISODE 7: GRAHAM VANBACH
Bushwick Bears co-host Graham VanBach joins Daralyn on a brand new episode of Origins to discuss how he went about starting up a popular live show in Brooklyn. Fun stuff!
EPISODE 6: MO FATHELBAB
Mo Fathelbab (co-founder of The Experiment Comedy) joins Daralyn to compare the differences between the New York and Los Angeles comedy scenes, break down each other’s standup styles, podcasting, and more on a brand new episode of Origins.
EPISODE 5: BEN WASSERMAN
NYC Comic Ben Wasserman joins Daralyn on this week’s “Origins” to break down his own comedic process and to enjoy some baby carrots as well.
And follow Ben on Twitter: @mrbenwasserman
EPISODE 4: ADAM SOKOL
Comedian Adam Sokol joins Daralyn on this week’s Origins to discuss his Michigan beginnings and what it’s like living in NYC.
And follow Adam on Twitter: @sokoladam
EPISODE 3: ROSS PARSONS
Daralyn sits down with her Comedyology co-host Ross Parsons to discuss his comedy beginnings in Seattle, his first significant love, and more.
Catch Comedyology every 3rd Saturday at Videology (308 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY). Check out the standup show’s Facebook page for more details.
And follow Ross on Twitter: @rossparsons
EPISODE 2: TYNAN DELONG
Daralyn sits down with actor, writer, and comedian Tynan DeLong (Mortified Nation), who talks about his first album, the girl who got away, and what brought him to New York from Portland.
Follow Tynan on Twitter: @tynandelong
EPISODE 1: DANIEL J. PERAFAN
In the first ever episode of Origins, NYC-based comedian Daniel J. Perafan opens up to Daralyn about what makes him, well, him, from his first time performing standup to the girl he fell in love with but never reciprocated. It’s pretty awesome stuff.
Follow Daniel on Twitter: @danieljperafan