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School Of Laughs

Welcome to the School of Laughs podcast. I am your host, Rik Roberts.

My goal is to help you get bigger, better, and more bookable as a comedian. Use the search tool at to find episodes on your favorites topics within comedy.  Be sure to subscribe and follow us on Facebook and Twitter

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Dec 31, 2015

Have you thought about your goals for the upcoming year? Have you reflected on the past year and what you did (and didn't) accomplish? Gavin Miller and I reflect on our past goals and goals for the future.

Gavin’s plans were altered when he found out he will be a father in February 2016. This has helped him get...

Dec 25, 2015

Peter Margaritas joins me today to talk about his journey from the business world into Improv comedy. The “Accidental Accountant" worked his way in (and out) of a few jobs before finding his way with improvisation.

His first book, Improv Is No Joke, shares what he has learned when it comes to Improv and business. In...

Dec 17, 2015

John Crist started off as the announcement guy at his church. That eventually led to his first open mic night in 2009. It wasn’t long before Crist emerged onto the national comedy scene winning The Denver Improv’s Got Laughs CompetitionThe Loonees Comedy Competition, and also by appearing in the finals...

Dec 10, 2015

Tim Grable of "The Grable Group" generously allows me to pick his brain in this episode. I want to know how comedians and speakers can make it EASY for booking agents to hire them.

Tim's background as a talent booker stretches back to his days at Taylor University, where he turned around their live events in a big way...

Dec 3, 2015

This week I get to share with you a buddy of mine who is truly the total entertainer. Comedy – check. Musician – Check. Customized programs – Check. Hosting and Emceeing – Check. Fat Elvis suit … double check.

When I first got to Nashville in 2000, it seemed everywhere I went people were mentioning Gary. I was...