4 thoughts on “Where’s The Comedy Version Of The Syndicate?

  1. Chris says:

    I had a similar idea a few years ago and, surprisingly, never acted on it. My only difference was to have all the comedians in different locations, so any comedian coming to Duluth would go to the guy in the Comedy Syndicate to talk about getting on shows, housing, transportation, etc. Basically build local comedy circuits around one individual person; good for the individual, good for the group. The original idea also involved points and badges, but I think that’s a little passe’ don’t you?

  2. Gavin says:

    Your article is great. I’ve been saying the same thing for years. Then I helped organize a similar group of people in the Nerd community here in Toronto, it’s been growing every meeting and it helps get the word out on everyones projects


  3. kennyk says:

    I think that can work.
    We’re trying something similar in st.louis. The scene is really growing here and instead of keeping everything fragmented, we’re making an effort to galvanize all of the open-micers and collectively promote local comedy..

  4. Daryl Makk says:

    Comics working together is the only way we can improve our industry and take it back from exploitive bookers and clubs.

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