We make you feel all the feels and I think that’s something we all really need right now.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB)
June 15, 2017
Melissa Stephen’s raw comedic podcast “Fear Based Life” explores phobias that range from a fear of snakes to the fear of death. The host will take a live version of the weekly show to the stage on Friday, June 23rd, at the Lyric Theater in Los Angeles.
“Vulnerably honest and funny,” ‘Fear Based Life’ launched last summer on Feral Audio, and was immediately recognized by Vogue as one of the best podcasts to listen to in 2016. On the show, Mel openly discusses her fears and invites fellow comedians on to do the same. Podcast guests have included Steve Agee, Baron Vaughn, and Eliza Skinner.
“Fear Based Life LIVE” goes interactive by asking guests to perform something that they’re afraid of doing through stand-up, a character, or music. They also have the option of performing something that makes them really happy. Additionally, the audience is asked to jot down fears and Stephens picks someone to interview toward the end of the show. The result is a laugh and cry fest about personal phobias, the current political climate, and any other fears that that can be improvised.
“I’m shocked that the podcast and the live show are being so well received. I thought I was just crazy. We make you feel all the feels and I think that’s something we all really need right now.”
“Fear Based Life” premieres new episodes every Tuesday on Feral Audio. It’s the only explicitly rated #1 podcast in the Religious and Spiritual category of iTunes, and listeners faithfully download the show up to five thousand times per week. The June 23rd live show will…