Ep. 30: Lost Moon Radio & Doing Fine (w/Hiccups)

Lost Moon Radio, for our money, has long been a paragon of what a comedy group can be. Part high concept sketch comedy, part live musical comedy, part respected... See More

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Ep. 30: Lost Moon Radio & Doing Fine (w/Hiccups) Ep. 30: Lost Moon Radio & Doing Fine (w/Hiccups)

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Lost Moon Radio, for our money, has long been a paragon of what a comedy group can be. Part high concept sketch comedy, part live musical comedy, part respected theater company, Lost Moon Radio has been putting on their runs for their one-of-a-kind live shows up in and around LA for over decade and, in this dire time of quarantine, they’re marching forward and doing a very special virtual edition called Lost Moon Radio’s Doing Fine (which we here at TCB happen to be proudly co-presenting) on Tue. Oct. 27th at 7PM PT/10PM ET. LMR’s Dan Oster and Ryan Harrison zoom with TCB’s Jake Kroeger to detail Lost Moon Radio’s journey as a big, happy comedy group dealing with these times of COVID-19 and how they came to doing a virtual show (and how they’ll pull it off). They also give some hot takes on the newly minted Best Presidency Ever and Adult Swim’s second virtual festival during lockdown.

Also, Jake had to get an emergency appendectomy over the weekend and thus had some hiccups throughout the episode. You’re welcome.

Please follow Lost Moon Radio at LostMoonRadio.com and @lostmoonradio on Twitter and Instagram.

Get tickets to Lost Moon Radio’s Doing Fine here (portion of ticket sales go to A Place Called Home, FYI)

The Comedy Bureau @thecomedybureau across platforms and please, please support TCB via GoFundMePatreon, or on Venmo (@jakekroeger).
Produced by Jake Kroeger
Music by Brian Granillo
Artwork by Andrew Delman and KT

Lost Moon Radio, for our money, has long been a paragon of what a comedy group can be. Part high concept sketch comedy, part live musical comedy, part respected theater company, Lost Moon Radio has been putting on their runs for their one-of-a-kind live shows up in and around LA for over decade and, in this dire time of quarantine, they’re marching forward and doing a very special virtual edition called Lost Moon Radio’s Doing Fine (which we here at TCB happen to be proudly co-presenting) on Tue. Oct. 27th at 7PM PT/10PM ET. LMR’s Dan Oster and Ryan Harrison zoom with TCB’s Jake Kroeger to detail Lost Moon Radio’s journey as a big, happy comedy group dealing with these times of COVID-19 and how they came to doing a virtual show (and how they’ll pull it off). They also give some hot takes on the newly minted Best Presidency Ever and Adult Swim’s second virtual festival during lockdown.

Also, Jake had to get an emergency appendectomy over the weekend and thus had some hiccups throughout the episode. You’re welcome.

Please follow Lost Moon Radio at LostMoonRadio.com and @lostmoonradio on Twitter and Instagram.

Get tickets to Lost Moon Radio’s Doing Fine here (portion of ticket sales go to A Place Called Home, FYI)

The Comedy Bureau @thecomedybureau across platforms and please, please support TCB via GoFundMePatreon, or on Venmo (@jakekroeger).
Produced by Jake Kroeger
Music by Brian Granillo
Artwork by Andrew Delman and KT

Host Info

Jake Kroeger

With a reputation as LA’s foremost comedic expert, Jake has written extensively about the art form of comedy at such publications as Vulture, Nerdist, and LA Weekly, consulted at Vin Di Bona Productions and Super Deluxe, produced a comedy album at the Grammy Award-winning comedy record label AST Records, put on great live comedy shows (of all kinds) all around town (including such places as the Comedy Central Stage, The Satellite LA, Echoplex, and Lyric Hyperion), C, and even gives a premium exclusive tour through the LA comedy scene via Airbnb Experiences.

The Comedy Bureau was single-handedly founded and is still currently run solely by Jake Kroeger. Nobody knows what’s going on right now in comedy (especially in Los Angeles) better than Jake Kroeger. For a decade, he has been in the thick of the LA comedy scene every single night performing, producing, scouting, curating, writing about comedy.