Richmond Comedy-No Laughing Matter

by | Jun 18, 2009 | POLITICS

I will forever have a sweetened and deep fried spot in my heart for Richmond. It’s cheap rent and small town vibe have always jelled with it’s close proximity to major cities, which in my opinion have allowed it to thrive as a haven for artists escaping the high cost of living elsewhere.

I will forever have a sweetened and deep fried spot in my heart for Richmond. It’s cheap rent and small town vibe have always jelled with it’s close proximity to major cities, which in my opinion have allowed it to thrive as a haven for artists escaping the high cost of living elsewhere. While musicians and fine artists can afford to live here and showcase their work (inter)nationally, it’s damn near impossible for aspiring comedians (or actors) to do the same. Building any sort of momentum towards a “scene” can prove incredibly difficult.

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Matt Ringer

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