This is something I never would have done outside the context of this project, but it went really well and I'm glad I did it. I don't think I will do it again any time in the near future, so it was a one-night-only engagement at Comix for which I performed stand-up comedy. I did improv for years, but not well, so stand-up always seemed out of the question. Make jokes? About my life? And current events? That actually make sense on a broad level outside my own weird frame of reference? MADNESS! But I did it and it worked and it wasn't bad at all. But I'm a little biased.
(This is over 6 minutes long. If we run into each other on the train and you admit you didn't watch the whole thing, I will understand.)