The Crisman Show Special X-mas Subscribonation: The Enfoodening of the Masses



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Premier Variety Showcase Presents announces
The Crisman Show Special X-Mas Subscribonation: The Enfoodening of the Masses
Podcast subscription drive and comedy show to benefit The North Texas Food Bank  

DALLAS — For each new subscriber gained by a Premier Variety Showcase Presents podcast between now and December 25, 2011, one dollar (up to $100) will be donated to the North Texas Food BankPremier Variety Showcase Presents podcasts include: The Spotlight Follies Special, The Crisman Show Podcast, and Scott By The Bell.  Subscriptions are available via iTunes and RSS Feed.  Subscribers do not need to listen to the program for the $1 to be donated.  Simply click “subscribe” and be on your merry way.

We invite DFW business to match subscriber donations dollar-for-dollar, and join us for a benefit variety show:

Premier Variety Showcase Presents
The Crisman Show Special X-Mas Subscribonation
The Enfoodening Of The Masses – Live And In Person! 
Wednesday, December 7th, 8:00-10:00 p.m.
J+Js Pizza
118 W. Oak Street
Denton, Texas 76201

About Premier Variety Showcase Presents
Premier Variety Showcase Presents is an excuse to cull together comedy(?) type pedantry and podcastulation.

About Spotlight Follies Special
A comedy, variety podcast type show in true-ish vaudevillian form hosted by Nathan Guerra. Hip music, stream of consciousness comedy, noir comedy, and comedy interviews….comedy!

About The Crisman Show
The chatty, disruptive hybrid of Soul Train and Conan.  The Crisman Show, produced by Sarah Crisman and Nathan Guerra is already turning heads and piquing ears of tastemakers the world over as a platform for the bleeding edge of comedy and music today.

About Scott By the Bell
Nathan Guerra, Scott Crisp, and Sarah Crisman enjoy and subsequently roast a riveting 22 minutes of television gold: Saved by the Bell.



Sarah Crisman Debuts on NPR! Plus, we have a new podcast for you.

Sarah Crisman behind the mic.

Happy Sunday! The Crisman Show is so happy to share with you the NPR Debut of our very own Sarah Crisman! Listen, read, and share her piece titled “Here I Stand, A Comic.” Sarah reflects on how life can easily distract us from our goals and that it is never too late to remind yourself of where you want to be.

We can tell you’re ready for the new Crisman Show podcast, so here it is! (On iTunes! We’re still excited about it.) Episode three is titled “Second Citied.” Sarah does her first Door Girl interview, there are Nichols and May impressions, and you can enjoy music from Otis Redding, KING, Robert Johnson, and Trevor Wesley. Subscribe to the podcast, rate it, and leave us all the rave reviews you want. Your love is much appreciated!

If you want to give a little more love than your usual ratings and comments,consider donating to The Crisman Show through our FundRazr page. Your donations can be as large or as small as you like and you can rest assured that each dollar you donate will go straight to producing more podcasts and even video episodes for your enjoyment. We love what we do and we love to share it with you. Your support makes The Crisman Show possible.

Keep up with us through our Facebook pagetumblr, and newsletter updates. You can even follow Sarah Crisman on twitter!

We hope you’ve had a wonderful week and continue to enjoy your Sunday, especially with a new episode of The Crisman Show to enjoy.

The Crisman Show now available on iTunes

Keep up with Crisman: Press, Twitter, and now on iTunes!

First things first, one of our most exciting announcements to date: The Crisman Show is now available on iTunes! Subscribe so you’ll never miss an episode. Also, if you’re so inclined, please leave your great ratings and comments and share the show with your friends.

Have you been having Crisman Show withdrawals? No longer! Sarah Crisman has received some press this week that we’re very excited to share with you. Here’s how you can get up to speed and stay in touch:

  1. Read the teaser issue of Know Kontrol magazine. It’s a wonderfully progressive magazine and Sarah Crisman has been named the Who to Know person of the premiere issue.
  2. Check out NT Daily’s article on the first Crisman Comedy Soundcheck.
  3. Sarah Crisman is back on Twitter after a three-month sabbaitcal! Follow and receive real-time updates when hilarity ensues and the good times roll.

Last, but certainly not least, if you’d like to support The Crisman Show, there is now a way for you to donate. You can support The Crisman Show through a secure app on FacebookFundRazr, and our special donation webpage, All donations are securely sent and received via PayPal.

We’re so happy to have you along on this fantastic ride. Thank you for your continued support.