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Conversations with Funny Feminists

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Pam Victor hosts a podcast that geeks out with funny feminists about the state of women in comedy with a focus on providing practical tips that you can take to your next class, rehearsal, and show. (Also, we drop the F-bomb a lot.)

Latest Episodes

Carolyn Fin

EOn her last CWFF episode for a while, Pam Victor has a great conversation with Carolyn Fin, who Pam crowns The Smartest Improviser in the World. (Pam will be a taking a break from the podcast in order to focus on her burgeoning improv business. We hope you'll take this opportunity to catch up on any podcasts that you may have missed. And tune in when we return!)

41 MIN2017 SEP 1
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Carolyn Fin

Episode 10: Lizz Winstead, Co-Creator of The Daily Show

ERecorded live at the Brattle Theater (Boston) forthe Women in Comedy Festival 2017,Pam chats with Lizz Winstead about her persistence in comedy and life. Lizz Winstead is the co-creator of The Daily Show where she worked as a head writer for three years. She then had a show with Rachel Maddow on Air America. Lizz Winstead is one of the founders of Lady Parts Justice, reproductive rights messaging hub that uses comedy, culture and digital media to get its message across.

39 MIN2017 MAY 30
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Episode 10: Lizz Winstead, Co-Creator of The Daily Show

Episode 9: Rachel Dratch of Saturday Night Live

ERecorded Live at the Women in Comedy Festival (2017): We all know Rachel Dratch fromSaturdayNight Live, where she performed for seven years, making us laugh with memorable characters, like "Debbie Downer." Currently, Rachel plays the titular character on ABC'sImaginary Mary. This special episode was recorded live at the Women in Comedy Festival in 2017. (BTW, Rachel has a vibrant coughing fit in the middle of the episode - and we're super grateful to the kind women who offered up some cough drops and tissues!)

65 MIN2017 MAY 4
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Episode 9: Rachel Dratch of Saturday Night Live

Episode 8: Two-for-One Podcast with Angela Lussier of Claim the Stage

EWhat happens when two Type-A podcasters want to interview each other? They do it as efficiently as possible. Hence, this two-for-one episode in which Pam interviews award-winning professional speaker Angela Lussier for Conversations with Funny Feminists and at the same time Angela interviews Pam for Claim the Stage! Angela Lussier is the CEO of the Speaker Sisterhood, a network of public speaking clubs for women who want to follow their dreams by finding their voice, the author of three books, and a two-time TEDx speaker. Angela is the host of a podcast for women who want to become paid speakers called Claim the Stage.

39 MIN2017 APR 5
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Episode 8: Two-for-One Podcast with Angela Lussier of Claim the Stage

Conversations with Funny Feminists Teaser

EPam Victor talks comedy and feminism with the funniest woman in the business.

1 MIN2017 MAR 17
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Conversations with Funny Feminists Teaser

Episode 7: Frances Callier & Angela V. Shelton of "Frangela"

EFrances Callier and Angela V. Shelton are real life best friends who share their smart and funny insights with the rest of the world. They met at the Second City Chicago, where they polished their talents as writers and comedy satirists. You may have seen fighting off bugs on NBC’s I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here. They brought hilarity to the big screen in the hit film He’s Just Not That Into You. Frances and Angela have appeared as “Pop Cultural Pundits” on NBC’s The Today Show and Dateline, CNN’s Showbiz Tonight and Headline News, and on NPR’s Day to Day and Off Ramp. Last year, they hit the road with Stephanie Miller’s Sexy Liberal Tour.Their new podcast is called Frangela: The Final Wordwhere they make "Real News. REAL FUNNY."

39 MIN2017 FEB 25
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Episode 7: Frances Callier & Angela V. Shelton of "Frangela"

Episode 6: Julia Weiss

EJulia Weiss is a comedian, a playwright, and a former Second City's touring company member, a job she left to be one of the head writers at Cards Against Humanity. She performs with the improvised Star Trek podcast and regularly contributes to The Paper Machete, a weekly live magazine. You can also catch her performing improv occasionally at The Annoyance theatre and in Cards Against Humanity’s live shows. Julia has also produced several plays in Chicago including the acclaimed Tammy: A Coming of Age Story About A Girl Who’s Part T-Rex.a.

37 MIN2017 FEB 8
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Episode 6: Julia Weiss

Episode 5: Michelle Barbera

Michelle Barbera has performed, written, and produced comedy in Boston for over a decade. She was a member of ImprovBoston’s Mainstage for over four years and co-directed the Tribe Theatre. Michelle is the co-founder of theWomen in Comedy Festival (WICF)whose goal is tohelp close the gender gap in comedy by showcasing women and their allies across all comedic platforms.

38 MIN2017 JAN 4
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Episode 5: Michelle Barbera

Episode 4: Megan Gray

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41 MIN2016 OCT 14
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Episode 4: Megan Gray

Episode 3 Jill Bernard

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37 MIN2016 SEP 6
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Episode 3 Jill Bernard

Latest Episodes

Carolyn Fin

EOn her last CWFF episode for a while, Pam Victor has a great conversation with Carolyn Fin, who Pam crowns The Smartest Improviser in the World. (Pam will be a taking a break from the podcast in order to focus on her burgeoning improv business. We hope you'll take this opportunity to catch up on any podcasts that you may have missed. And tune in when we return!)

41 MIN2017 SEP 1
Comments
Carolyn Fin

Episode 10: Lizz Winstead, Co-Creator of The Daily Show

ERecorded live at the Brattle Theater (Boston) forthe Women in Comedy Festival 2017,Pam chats with Lizz Winstead about her persistence in comedy and life. Lizz Winstead is the co-creator of The Daily Show where she worked as a head writer for three years. She then had a show with Rachel Maddow on Air America. Lizz Winstead is one of the founders of Lady Parts Justice, reproductive rights messaging hub that uses comedy, culture and digital media to get its message across.

39 MIN2017 MAY 30
Comments
Episode 10: Lizz Winstead, Co-Creator of The Daily Show

Episode 9: Rachel Dratch of Saturday Night Live

ERecorded Live at the Women in Comedy Festival (2017): We all know Rachel Dratch fromSaturdayNight Live, where she performed for seven years, making us laugh with memorable characters, like "Debbie Downer." Currently, Rachel plays the titular character on ABC'sImaginary Mary. This special episode was recorded live at the Women in Comedy Festival in 2017. (BTW, Rachel has a vibrant coughing fit in the middle of the episode - and we're super grateful to the kind women who offered up some cough drops and tissues!)

65 MIN2017 MAY 4
Comments
Episode 9: Rachel Dratch of Saturday Night Live

Episode 8: Two-for-One Podcast with Angela Lussier of Claim the Stage

EWhat happens when two Type-A podcasters want to interview each other? They do it as efficiently as possible. Hence, this two-for-one episode in which Pam interviews award-winning professional speaker Angela Lussier for Conversations with Funny Feminists and at the same time Angela interviews Pam for Claim the Stage! Angela Lussier is the CEO of the Speaker Sisterhood, a network of public speaking clubs for women who want to follow their dreams by finding their voice, the author of three books, and a two-time TEDx speaker. Angela is the host of a podcast for women who want to become paid speakers called Claim the Stage.

39 MIN2017 APR 5
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Episode 8: Two-for-One Podcast with Angela Lussier of Claim the Stage

Conversations with Funny Feminists Teaser

EPam Victor talks comedy and feminism with the funniest woman in the business.

1 MIN2017 MAR 17
Comments
Conversations with Funny Feminists Teaser

Episode 7: Frances Callier & Angela V. Shelton of "Frangela"

EFrances Callier and Angela V. Shelton are real life best friends who share their smart and funny insights with the rest of the world. They met at the Second City Chicago, where they polished their talents as writers and comedy satirists. You may have seen fighting off bugs on NBC’s I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here. They brought hilarity to the big screen in the hit film He’s Just Not That Into You. Frances and Angela have appeared as “Pop Cultural Pundits” on NBC’s The Today Show and Dateline, CNN’s Showbiz Tonight and Headline News, and on NPR’s Day to Day and Off Ramp. Last year, they hit the road with Stephanie Miller’s Sexy Liberal Tour.Their new podcast is called Frangela: The Final Wordwhere they make "Real News. REAL FUNNY."

39 MIN2017 FEB 25
Comments
Episode 7: Frances Callier & Angela V. Shelton of "Frangela"

Episode 6: Julia Weiss

EJulia Weiss is a comedian, a playwright, and a former Second City's touring company member, a job she left to be one of the head writers at Cards Against Humanity. She performs with the improvised Star Trek podcast and regularly contributes to The Paper Machete, a weekly live magazine. You can also catch her performing improv occasionally at The Annoyance theatre and in Cards Against Humanity’s live shows. Julia has also produced several plays in Chicago including the acclaimed Tammy: A Coming of Age Story About A Girl Who’s Part T-Rex.a.

37 MIN2017 FEB 8
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Episode 6: Julia Weiss

Episode 5: Michelle Barbera

Michelle Barbera has performed, written, and produced comedy in Boston for over a decade. She was a member of ImprovBoston’s Mainstage for over four years and co-directed the Tribe Theatre. Michelle is the co-founder of theWomen in Comedy Festival (WICF)whose goal is tohelp close the gender gap in comedy by showcasing women and their allies across all comedic platforms.

38 MIN2017 JAN 4
Comments
Episode 5: Michelle Barbera

Episode 4: Megan Gray

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41 MIN2016 OCT 14
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Episode 4: Megan Gray

Episode 3 Jill Bernard

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37 MIN2016 SEP 6
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Episode 3 Jill Bernard