Posts Tagged by comedy
|December 19, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Wild year right??? I hope you’re doing OK. In the first edition of my new & improved (& improving) newsletter I looked back on what’s been exciting me recently while laying out some of my plans for 2018. Check it out because there’s more cool stuff for YOU in here than ever before. PLUS there’s a picture of my giant baby head in outer space. Love you!
P.S. My newsletter is the absolute best way to keep up with my short, medium, and long term projects and show plans. PLUS I talk about what I’m reading/watching/scheming/cooking etc etc. If you like my work you’ll love the newsletter. If you think a friend might be into what I do then tell them too! You can subscribe HERE or by using the form to your right on this web page, thank ya!
|June 23, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under wes hazard|
Another eye-opening session asking a fantastic comedy crowd questions from my book. Let’s just say I misjudged America on privacy, riddles & paranormal kink.
There are 249 more questions where this one came from. You can explore them all with a copy of Questions For Terrible People!!!
|May 10, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
So…I’ve been nominated for an Emmy* for Best Host/Moderator for my work on The Secret Worlds of Boston Comic Con. It’s delightful and surreal. Shout out to CBS Boston for giving me the chance and to the amazing crew and producers (Jonathan, Sean, & Brooke…who are also nominated for their work). I need tuxedo pants now.
*This is a New England –regional– Emmy but I’ll most definitely be counting it as 25% toward my EGOT status if I end up winning. It’s stiff competition so we’ll see…
|May 6, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
#ThrowbackThursday doesn’t have to be just once a week! Relive days gone by with the Boston Circus Guild’s “Throwback Tales: A Retro Spectacle.” During this fantastical #flashback to the 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s, local circus artists will share personal stories from their youth reinterpreted through superhuman feats of skill. Between acts, a DJ will take you on a time-travelling tour of nostalgic musical hits from the last three decades. AND I’ll be your ringmaster for each evening. So don’t miss out, come through to Club Oberon and live the magic with this fantastic cast as we take you back…way back.
We just completed our first run of shows last night and they were INCREDIBLE. So much talent on the stage with an awesome use of the space and a ridiculous soundtrack. Truly a great night out where you’re right in the middle of the action. Dance parties during the intermissions people…
The second half of our run will be this coming week.
- 1 show on Thursday 5/11 8pm
- 2 shows on Friday 5/12 7pm + 10:30pm
TIX: Use promo code: RETRO to save $5 off your ticket! See you there.
|April 12, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Some cool things about being five foot nine and a half: 1.) Traveling comfortably in most cars & planes 2.) Being cast-able as Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas’ stand-in 3.) Being able to soften your disappointment in lacking any basketball skill whatsoever by learning you’re about a quarter inch taller than one of the best point guards in the league (though he beats you out in pretty much every other conceivable life metric). Cool guy. Weird/Fun day.