I know all five of you who clicked on this link accidentally are not wondering when my website will be updated. I'm working on a new design currently. Hopefully this message will not be present on this unchanged website five years from now.
As a white male in the 21st century, I am required by law to start a webcomic, so I have done so to prevent the $5 fine. It's called "I'm Not Depressed." It updates weekly. Hopefully more than weekly, but we'll get to that, or rather, I'll get to that, since I'm drawing and writing it. Anyway, please go here if you want to read it: shaunclayton.org/depressed
Man, this site is empty, huh? I've put up a new blog post. It's about working at a bookstore.
Hi! Yes, I never post here. If you are reading this, though, I am having a reading of my pilot "Paul." Yes, that's the same pilot I had a reading for a few months ago. I took all the input from that reading and completely upended my pilot, so I'm staging another reading.
It's free, its October 14th, 7pm at the iO Theater, upstairs. There's a pilot reading before mine at 6:30pm, which is also free. You can also order food and drinks while you watch (not free)! Please come by.
In these difficult times, I help write a comedy show with social commentary to help keep my head from hitting a desk. We have sketches, songs, stand-up, interviews and we also try to be very very funny. Please come watch!
Yes, like this says, I am having a live pilot reading of my half-hour sitcom, Paul. Hello! It's a half-hour comedy about a man with social anxiety. In the pilot, Paul struggles with interacting with people while trying to find out if he accidentally murdered someone. Again, it's a comedy! It's followed by a reading of Patrick Newson's "The Realm."
Instead of reading my nonsense here, why not see the list that I got published on McSweeny's Internet Tendency? It's about E3 and smells.
Every Monday at 7pm in the Jason Chin Theater at iO Theater is POV. It's a show I produce and write for in which we have live interviews, opinionated sketches, and guest performers. Think of it as Late Show with Stephen Colbert mixed with the Dick Cavett Show with people just angry that Trump even exists. It's free!
I was in a commercial for the delightful food ordering service, OrderUp. They needed someone to play a character called "Lonely Guy" for this Valentine's Day commercial and I was typecast. Anyway, please enjoy:
This Saturday, December 3rd, at 9:15pm see me and many other comedians do stand up at The Annoyance Theater in this very fine show.
Tickets only $5!