Re: i hate booking -.-;;
Nope. It doesn't stop.
(But you're in Boston, so it's not that bad. People keep track of people in Boston. Now, imagine having to do this repeatedly for all your shows, even at clubs -- and having to wait several months between bookings in a lot of cases, not because they don't like you, just because they don't have enough stage time for everyone. That's Los Angeles.)
And by the way, managers tend not to handle standard club bookings, especially of the in-town variety. (Out-of-town tours may be an exception, though even those are generally contracted directly between the comic and the booker/booking agency.) In the event that you do sign with a manager, I'd double-check that information... but generally speaking, your manager is not going to email $5 bar shows to get you a 7-minute spot. You're on your own, at least until you're in a position where they'll let you drop in no questions asked.
Last edited by ErikNielsen; May 23, 2011 at 12:42 PM.
Erik Charles Nielsen is a moderately funny fellow... right?
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