Welcome Thru Effingham, brought to you by Sketchpad Comedy
About This Show
Welcome Thru Effingham is a sketch comedy podcast brought to you by the St Louis-based comedy writers at Sketchpad Comedy.
Originally known as STL SketchPAD was created in 2014 as a way for local comedy writers to get their written work performed on stage without having to worry about silly things like lights, paying rent for stage time, or having enough material to put on an entire show.
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Most Recent Episode
3.15 - The Effing Gift Exchange
Dec 21, 2016
We've come to the season 3 finale and the town of Effingham has gathered for their annual gift exchange. And our host, Todd Hammers, embarks on a quest. Welcome Thru Effingham is created and performed by Sketchpad Comedy and produced by Hugmonster Sound with STL Vernacular. This episode features Shea Ballentine, Jason Flamm, Matt Martin and Alexis Winford. Show support for Welcome Thru Effingham by sharing our weekly episodes. About Welcome Thru Effingham Sketchpad Comedy creates Welcome Thru Effingham. Sketchpad Comedy is a sketch comedy group based in St. Louis, MO. Sketchpad Comedy began in July of 2014. It started with STL SketchPAD, a live sketch comedy show that is put on by writers and performers in St. Louis, MO. Since then the team at Sketchpad has helped over 120 writers put on hundreds of live sketches. Their motto is simple: They believe comedy should be accessible to anyone who wants to write, perform, or watch it. They accomplish this through community, collaboration, and creation. This podcast is no exception. You can show support for WTEff by sharing our episodes on social.
Episodes of This Show
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Rated 5 out of
Great job of being different from other shows. Love the sound quality.
Date published: 2015-10-02