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    Monday, September 12, 2022


    Last Friday night’s comedy show at The Artist on City Island ended up being a very, very good show, but the road getting there was so bumpy that I started to question why I do this.  Before the show, I shared that with the man who runs the place.  He said, “You do this because you’re a producer.”  Elliot Glick is so supportive.  He and Monica Glick run The Artist and make it such a welcoming place.  He also gives guitar lessons, and his students love him.  I’m not surprised.

    As usual, I was proud of the line-up.  I love being audience as much as performing, so I had a good time.

    Elliot Glick, me, Alex Fossella, Rachael Parenta

    I’m glad to say that audience is building back up.  We aren’t yet at pre-pandemic numbers, but we are heading in that direction. 


    The next comedy show there will probably be in December.  I will keep you posted.


    This week I finally get to see an orthopedist for my knee.  The 21 physical therapy sessions helped a lot.  I can step on and off the comedy stage.  However, I can still feel the original injury deep inside where I don’t believe the x-ray saw.  So hopefully, the orthopedist will order an MRI.


    My next performing challenge is making sure I have 5 solid comedy minutes on teaching/school.  Before that, I’m in a poetry festival in Brooklyn, but the poems are already written.  I only have to make a selection of what I’d like to share for ten minutes.  The Back to School Comedy Show on September 26th is what I really need to prepare for.  It’s been marinating in my mind for a few weeks.  I want to deliver.  The poetry is free.  The comedy costs.




    So much love to CGG-M ❤❤❤


    Mindy Matijasevic

    September 12, 2022










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