Professional Directions: Q&A with Stand-up Comedian and Performer Sam Morrison ’17

Join the Department of Performing and Media Arts for Professional Directions: with Stand-up Comedian and Performer Sam Morrison ’17 on Wednesday, April 10, from 5:00 – 6:00 pm, in the Film Forum, Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts. Sam Morrison will take questions from the audience and discuss his work as a comedian, performer, and writer. The event will be hosted by PMA Associate Professor, Austin Bunn.

Sam Morrison is a Brooklyn-based comedian and writer. He was named a New Face at the 2023 Just for Laughs Festival, made his late-night television debut on Late Night with Seth Meyers, performed on Comedy Central Featuring S16, and his solo show Sugar Daddy played Off Broadway for 14 weeks, after three encore engagements and a sold out run in London. He is a staple of the Brooklyn comedy scene & regular at the Comedy Cellar among other clubs. He is also a Stand-Up NBC Finalist, has performed on The Drew Barrymore Show, appeared on Watch What Happens Live and Tamron Hall, and was a staff writer on Bravo's Blind Date.

The event is free and open to the public. 

The Professional Directions series brings industry experts to campus to speak about their career journeys as screenwriters, playwrights, editors, producers, directors, theatre critics, dramaturgs, and more.

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