In this episode, we welcomes the dynamic Leanne Linsky—a comedian, actress, and the visionary behind Plauzzable, a revolutionary platform redefining comedy in the digital age. Leanne shares her winding journey from the corporate world to New York's comedy scene, emphasizing her transformative experience at Second City and the motivation behind creating Plauzzable.
Delving into the intricacies of Plauzzable, Leanne elucidates its innovative approach, likening it to a "Netflix for live comedy shows." Unlike traditional webinar platforms, Plauzzable offers comedians a comprehensive space to interact with audiences, monetize their performances, and cultivate their craft, while providing fans an immersive, real-time experience.
As the conversation unfolds, we explore Plauzzable's future endeavors, teasing upcoming comedy classes and unveiling new avenues for comedians worldwide. From open mics to podcasts and pay-per-view shows, Plau zzablestands as a beacon of change, democratizing the comedy landscape and ensuring laughter resonates across borders.
About the Guest:
Leanne Linsky, comedian turned entrepreneur, is the founder and CEO of the new online comedy club, Plauzzable.
Originally from Waukegan, Illinois, Leanne has a passion for learning. She earned a B.S. in Business Management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of California, Irvine. Leanne also earned her Professional Coaching Certification (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation and CoachVille, Center for Coaching Mastery.
Leanne studied comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade, the Magnet Theater, The Second City, and IO Chicago. She wrote, performed, and produced her critically acclaimed one-woman show, produced and hosted a comedy open mic, and produced and hosted a weekly stand-up show in New York City and California.
Today Leanne’s on a mission to bring people together with laughter. When it comes to comedy, Leanne couldn’t be more serious.
Fast Five Questions
Jeff spent the early part of his career working for others. Jeff had started 5 businesses that failed before he had his first success. Since that time he has learned the principles of a successful business and has been able to build and grow multiple seven-figure businesses. Jeff lives in the Austin area and is actively working in his community and supporting the growth of small businesses. He is a board member of the Incubator.Edu program at Vista Ridge High School and is on the board of directors of the Leander Educational Excellence...