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Episode 25: Kickin' It Mary Lynn Style
Beth Lapides

Kickin’ It Mary Lynn Style #25: Beth Lapides

Mary Lynn talks with the fabulous Beth Lapides, performer, producer and host of the most famous beloved weekly shows in Los Angeles, the Uncabaret. Join them for a conversation about how the show started, what it was, what it is now and the business of being an artist in the world. Check out for more information about her shows and personal coaching.

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  1. Appu says:

    Printable for the Weekend: If you know Christ this is so for you. Print this out and tape to the door of your closet. Then print it out for one woman you know and surpirse it by taping it to her mirror, car window,

  2. Stacey E says:

    I don’t want to criticize anything about the show because MaryLynn is such a likeable person, but for God’s sake-for those of us who are childless on purpose, there is nothing charming about a kid constantly trying to interrupt and make sure we all know he’s there. I have to keep in mind that most kids are overindulged, and I think that one is, too. One previous podcast sounded like it was being recorded out of a tin can, interspersed with screaming children. In fact, the only thing recorded in full sound was a gaggle of screaming kids.
    People who like kids won’t understand any of that, of course. Thanks to Beth for being diplomatic about the interuption. I would have told the kid to beat it.

  3. Beth says:

    My reply looked so unfriendly when I saw it – thanks niki – do come – it;s fun – lots of rhythms and fun. Say hi when you are there.

  4. Niki says:

    Great live chit chat. Lovely. Yes comedy clubs are odd the world over.
    Am in LA from UK so hoping to see your show Beth. Love what you said about recognising people’s rhythms and you saying your comedy got worse before it got better. I think people do worry about laughing AT women. thanks for this so interesting to hear your discussion.

  5. Beth says:

    Thanks Scott. Mary Lynn is fun to talk to and listen to:) Come say hi at a show if you are ever in LA.

  6. Scott B. says:

    What an unexpectedly great conversation!! I loved all the talk about finding and following your own unique path as a artist! Learning about the Uncabaret is like finding a history book on something you thought you knew, but didn’t!