Scene Podcast: No Sleep in the CLE With Ramon Rivas, Justin Markert, and Tim Cornett

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Welcome to Episode 4 of No Sleep in the CLE with Ramon Rivas and Justin Markert. This week the dynamic duo is joined by Cleveland stand up comedian Tim Cornett. They talk about his come up in comedy, living and performing in Portland vs. Cleveland, the differences between being a comedian at 19 and 34, and why more women don't do stand up comedy.

A little tangential programming note: On December 17 at the Beachland Ballroom, Tim will record a live comedy album. It's called For the Ladies. There's one catch to catching the show: You gotta be a female to attend. For his first album in his 19 years of stand-up, Cornett will fill the room (and the album's audio) with his jokes and the lovely sound of female laughter.



Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and the show also includes performances from Mal San Marco, a Cleveland singer/songwriter, Mahsitti Jade, and Cleveland Burlesque Queen, Bella Sin from Le Femme Mystique Burlesque. Then the comedy beings with special guest Juanda Mayfield. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here. Enter the code "NOSLEEP" and get them for the discounted price of $5!

Don't forget to check out No Sleep in the CLE on Facebook and Twitter. Download this week's episode here or stream below.




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