Jim Greenleaf calls his mom on Joke Lab: Mothers and Headaches. Performed at the Labcabin on 3/11/10.

Posted on March 15, 2010. Filed under: amanda egge, cell phones, funny, Jim Greenleaf, jim greenleaf doing standup comedy, joanne greenleaf, joke lab | Tags: , , , , |


Joke Lab: Sexual Fantasies and Guilt

Type:
Date:
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Time:
8:30pm – 10:30pm
Location:
The Labcabin
Street:
833 North La Brea (next to Jet Rag)
City/Town:
Los Angeles, CA

Description
The premise of Joke Lab is that every week 6-8 comedians are given a topic to create brand new material on or inspired by the topic for the week. The material can take any format as long as it is related to the topic in a way that will be apparent to the audience- can be sketch, a character or concept piece, storytelling, or stand-up. At the end of the show we take an audience suggestion for the next week’s topic and send it out to the comics booked on that show. So every week it’s a brand new show with new comics and new, never seen before material.This week’s topic: Mothers and Headaches!

Thursday Mar 18th line-up:
March 18th (Topic Sexual Fantasies and Guilt)
Ron Lynch (The Tomorrow Show)
Jason Nash (The Shaman)
Hal Rudnick (UCB Theatre)
Bill Chott (Wizards of Waverly Place)
Ted Twyman (Comedy Store’s Sunday Night Sizzle)
Valerie Garduno (Late Show with David Letterman)
Yemi Afolabi (Joke Lab Intern)

DOORS OPEN at 8:30. Come early for drinks and music. The show starts PROMPTLY at 9:00.

Joke Lab is a FREE show. Beverages are available for purchase (CASH ONLY). Please support the space and buy a drink at the Labcabin bar!!!

Hosted by Amanda Egge and Lauren Rochelle
With a special guest appearance by the Improv Dance Company!

And of course, we couldn’t do it without all the people that make this show possible every week:
-Our Joke Lab interns: Yemi Afolabi and Taylor Collins!
-Our music curator, Jed Lasser, who provides themed music every week!
-Our wonderful bartender and host, David Gueringer!

Location:
The Labcabin
833 North La Brea (next door to Jet Rag)
Los Angeles 90038

Twitter.com/JokeLab
YouTube.com/JokeLabShow


Have a creative day!

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Self- Management For Actors

Posted on February 12, 2010. Filed under: actor, Jim Greenleaf | Tags: , , , |

Self- Management For Actors
Actors are frequently on the quest for representation. You need a manager to help guide you through the process of becoming a working actor. Or do you? Self-Management for Actors will help you take control of your career from the business side of things. There is no secret method to succeeding in Hollywood. There is no password-entry system to join the Working Actor Club. What does exist is a simple, self-management concept that allows you to handle the business of your acting career without losing the ability to be a creative artist. Balance is key, and the tips in Self-Management for Actors will put you well on your way to having the best manager you deserve: yourself!

Now in an expanded third edition, including a new section on Advanced SMFA concepts and contributions from over 50 working professionals, Self-Management for Actors is Hollywood Grad School—in book form!

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Jim Greenleaf Seeks Representation

Posted on February 5, 2010. Filed under: actor, Aftra, Jim Greenleaf, sag | Tags: , , |

Greenleaf Seeks Representation

Click here to see resume

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HAPPY HOUR

Posted on February 2, 2010. Filed under: facebook, happy hour, Jim Greenleaf, vblog | Tags: , , , |

Laughing with Jim Greenleaf

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Acting is an emotional purchase

Posted on February 22, 2009. Filed under: Bonnie Gillespie, facebook, Jim Greenleaf | Tags: , , , |

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Acting is an emotional purchase. It’s a love hate relationship. It is the human condition which we expose. It’s really the only time I grow inside and is the only validation of my existence.

This is why at 52 years old I come as a child back to my dream. Without your feedback I am on the outside looking in, with it I have I hope.

Call me corny, old school, but no matter what the feedback is it’s the most important validation an actor can receive. How it is received is only a testament to the willingness of an actor to grow.

For this and this alone is why Self Management For Actors is my Bible and Bonnie Gillespie you are my Sage.

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PLAYING YOUR LOOK

Posted on February 8, 2009. Filed under: Bonnie Gillespie, facebook, Jim Greenleaf, self-management | Tags: , , , , , , |

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Self-Management For Actors writen by Bonnie Gillespie is a great read. Every Actor should own this book. 2k9 is my year to be come a full time working actor in LA. Hoping the same for you.

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Self-Management for Jim Greenleaf

Posted on February 5, 2009. Filed under: Bonnie Gellispie, facebook, Jim Greenleaf, self-management | Tags: , , , , , |

 

 

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 I was setting on my couch in Palmdale. I was totally frustrated with my career.          

Don’t get me wrong. I had a wonderful time as a real bearded Santa. I published my book and DVD, “THE SANTA STORIES”, and over 226,000 live views in just 9 shows of Santalivenow video podcast show. My “Santa’s 25 Days of Christmas Advent Calendar” had over 14,000 downloads to iTunes.

But, Christmas is over, now back to the couch. Earlier in the day I received a call from AKA requesting me to change my picture on LA Casting because Christmas was over, which also required a trip to my local barber.

I must be going through my mid-life crises. I WENT STRAIGHT TO MY FACEBOOK. The first thing I saw the reminder about your book signing at 7 pm.

I ask you. Who on God’s green earth needed Self-Management for actors more than me?

So, overcoming myself, I hopped into Stancer (The Santa mobile) and began my sojourn to Samuel French. I became, Don Quixote, on my quest for my impossible dream.

Though out the Q & A Bonnies answers were so on point with my own understand of the industry, and yes I worked the room in a effort to gain her gaze.

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