Hi Tim. I see you are playing soon at the Atlas in DC. Are your shows appropriate for mature 12 year olds? Thanks, Mary
I can't tell anyone what's appropriate for their kids since that's a very personal decision. I can tell you I work clean but some of the bits are pretty cerebral and may be hard for a 12 year old to get.
I hope that helps!
REALLY looking forward to seeing you next Thursday at the Improv in San Jose.
While I was working at Apple (1990-1997), I was moonlighting on occasion as a standup comedian…local clubs, and one special Apple Communications Meeting where I stood in front of 5,000 Apple employees (live, plus more on satellite) and shared my thoughts and impressions (yes, I did impressions) of John Sculley (CEO) and Michael Spindler (President) as they stood backstage and "took it". It was GREAT fun!
I've stuck to the Engineering track (currently I'm Director of Quality Engineering for Akamai Technologies), but believe me…I understand and applaud your decision to re-orient your career vector!
Robert B. Neville
I just saw your 1/25/14 show at the Atlas in DC but wasn't able to ask you this after the show (had to leave promptly afterwards). By chance did you do the voice in the Washington Post radio advertisement advertising their jobs section? (the one where the 'announcer' is talking about the Jobs section in the Post and says "here's one for a radio announcer" and then as he reads it he realizes that it's talking about him and goes on to show how they don't need another announcer via demonstrating his own 'range'? If not, you two could be voice doubles (it's a funny ad, so if you wrote it - kudos). I really enjoyed the show! Glad you career shifted - the world is a better place because of it. Becky DekuTim Lee responded on 01/26/2014