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With a number one comedy album on Billboard, three successful podcasts, and an international tour, it seems like there’s nothing stopping comedian Andrew Schulz.
Tha New York native, known for his hilarious unapologetic comedy, is making his way to Vancouver this week for a show at the Rio Theatre.
Whether it’s relationships or politics, Schulz uses comedy to provoke thought and encourage dialogue.
The Confab Diary, a Daily Hive podcast, had a chance to connect with Schulz ahead of his Friday, August 17 show to talk a little politics.
Growing up in a left-leaning household, the UC Santa Barbara graduate made no bones about holding liberal America accountable when it came to the issue of comedy and political correctness. According to Schulz, comedy is meant to push the boundaries and question conventional wisdom. He argues it’s important to not restrain comedy.
The New York Times recently published an article on the Intellectual Dark Web: a growing list of thinkers, academics, and media personalities who are rapidly building their own mass media channels. Whether it’s Joe Rogan or Dave Rubin, Schulz joins a growing list of comedians who embody this philosophy.
Catch more of Schulz’s interview on The Confab Diary, airing August 17 on Daily Hive.
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Andrew Schulz Views from the CIS world tour
When: Friday, August 17
Time: 8 pm
Where: Rio Theatre – 1660 E Broadway, Vancouver
Tickets: $30 online, $35 at the door