We got questions.
Did somebody’s intern dropped the ball?
Who squandered the entertainment budget on donuts?
Or did we miss the memo? Are we booking celebrity events on Craigslist now?
Is this a thing?
In the ad, under the category “gigs” listed yesterday, October 23, the anonymous requester brazingly announces the gig is for “No Pay”.
Yet, the ad is judging potential applicants, saying essentially don’t apply unless you’re CREDIBLE.
Hmmm like as credible as a craigslist ad for a celebrity baby shower?
And then it goes forward to demand that anyone seeking the job have performed at “legit clubs” and ideally on Comedy Central.
If the exchange for the pay is exposure, then isn’t being on Comedy Central a bigger resume booster than gigging at some possibly D-list celeb’s baby shower?
And you got to send “a reel and a resume” but can’t contact the cheap party thrower for unsolicited offers.
Maybe we’re just being snarky and this is totally legit and common.
If so, then, “wow”, that means it’s damn hard being a comic in 2015.
Anyway it was great comic relief for this Friday morning.
ps. We’ll find out soon whose celebrity baby shower this was for…stay tuned or ping us if you got answers.