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School of Laughs Writing Class Starts Monday October 6 – Enroll Now – 4 spots left

The next round of Rik Roberts’ School of Laughs Stand-Up Comedy Writing class at Zanies starts Monday, October 6th. We’re told there are just four spots left, so register now! Here’s more info from Rik: Stand-Up Comedy Writing Mondays October

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School of Laughs: on page, on stage, online

Beginning in July of last year, Rik Roberts started to recreate his “School of Laughs” Stand-Up Level One: Writing course ad an online version. Rik says: It has been an incredible learning curve! Teaching one on one through web &

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Remembering Brian E. Kiley

Brian E. Kiley

As most of you have heard, Nashville comedian and former School of Laughs student Brian E. Kiley died at the hands of a drunk driver last weekend. He had just worked with John Reep (of Last Comic Standing fame) who

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2013 School Of Laughs Comedy Class Dates Announced

Happy Holidays Comedy Fan! Well, the wait is over. New dates for the Stand-Up Comedy Level One: Writing class are here! We’ll meet on Mondays January 7, 21 & 28 from 5:30-7:30 @ Zanies in Nashville. The investment is $200

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Rik Roberts’ School of Laughs: Huntsville Workshop, Nashville Performance & Writing Classes

EDITOR’S NOTE: Comedian Rik Roberts’ “School Of Laughs” has several fantastic classes available covering writing, performance, improv, and the business of comedy. Rik is a seasoned veteran and a well respected comic. His classes are well worth every penny and

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