The friday show was a lot of fun and I was surprised how good the turnout was with the bad weather and snow in the area. The crowd was a little tired but receptive and my twenty-two minute set went over well. Despite some nerves, one or two stutters and a flat punchline this was a very solid start to the week.
The first show on saturday could not have gone better. My twenty-five minute set went over very well for the sold crowd and it was a great show all around. This may have been my most complete and best set to date. Every bit hit the way I wanted it to and my riffing was very on point as well. When I went back to watch the "game tape"... I was very proud of this one.
The last show of the run may have been the rowdiest but it was still a very good show. My twenty-four minute set went over very well and actually aided by a heckler. For maybe the first time ever (in my young career)... a thing that a heckler yelled out, set up the rest of my joke perfectly. I didn't really have to change a single word of what I was about to say... it all seemed like a respond to him and it worked out beautifully. Overall, this was another good set.
All in all, this was a wonderful week. I enjoyed working the Harrisburg Comedy Zone for the first time and made a lot of new friends and "fans" (though I consider them friends too). I wish all weekends went this smoothly.