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Comedy Concepts

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Sam Barry, author of "How to Play the Harmonica" will make you laugh, inspire you to try new things, and yes—teach you how to play. As a former minister, reporter, activist, bohemian, artist and musician Sam Barry knows a great many things about life – and playing the harmonica. Barry currently works as a marketing and promotions manager at HarperOne and plays the harmonica in The Rock Bottom Remainders with his brother Dave Barry. He and his partner, Kathi Kamen Goldmark, write the national column “The Author Enabler” in BookPage. WWW.REDROOM.COM/AUTHOR/SAM-BARRY Also on today's show Christopher Dalrymple, two-time Emmy-winning filmmaker 1980, The War Machine: The Defense of the United States, CBS Reports, and 1990, Interview with Marlon Brando, "Saturday Night with Connie Chung") His new Film "And Then..., a Cassevettes-style black comedy shot in HDV about a former leading man who is given a second chance at stardom, but his obligations trump opportunity and twists, turns, and murders abound. www.dalrymplepictures.com also guest John Galasso Producer and Anton Evangelista,Actor/Director appeared in"The Cotton Club," "Prizzi's Honor," TV's "Law and Order," "Search for Tomorrow," "As the World Turns" and in Ron Howard's "Ransom" with Mel Gibson. In 1995, he produced and directed his first short film "Beyond Reason" It wasn't until after Anton's completion of his film that the two seriously discussed laughing -- an idea for a movie about laughing and healing. A subject John was well aware of, after experiencing a back injury that nearly crippled him. "The idea of laughing towards better health appealed to me. I wish I knew what I know now back then." The two agreed and "Just Laugh" would be the documentary they would make, exploring the many gifts of laughter. www.justlaugh.org