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‘Business Hour’ Brings Convenient Comedy to Central Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Comedians Zane Hussein and Carlos Morrison have been hosting comedy shows together in Austin since 2018.

“It makes no sense. This is the dumbest thing I’ve ever done, and it’s also really fun,” Morrison said.

But the Texans’ latest attempt, “business hours‘ is a fresh snack that takes place at the Friendly Rio Market’s Candy Isle on the University of Texas West Campus.

“It made sense to do this show and have a young, weird room for people to have fun and try things out,” Hussain said.

Hussain and Morrison met in 2018 and have appeared in several different comedy shows in Central Texas. (Spectrum News 1/Dylan Scott)

“If you make a comedy show, people will come,” Morrison said.

“The first show had a good turnout, the second show was bigger, the third was even bigger, and now we are working on the fourth show.”

Former UT blockbuster comedy program “Chotle PortalThis free Saturday night showcase brings together legitimate talent from across the state.

“It’s really cool,” said local comedian Chris Hills. “I love trying new things, especially doing comedy in different places and spaces.”

Owner Mukul Seth is happy to give up the space to promote something positive.

Inspired by the University of Texas’ former comedy hour, Chortle Portal, the showcase brings comedy talent from all over Texas. (Spectrum News 1/Dylan Scott)

“We do this to show children that there is a fun, safe way to create great memories.

It’s an exciting start for the two comedians in their early twenties as they look forward to a long run in the capital.

“Things are starting to heat up and people are starting to show up,” says Morrison.

“We just want to keep it going and have fun with cool people,” said Hussein.

http://www.spectrumlocalnews.com/tx/austin/news/2022/09/15/-business-hours–brings-convenient-comedy-to-central-texas ‘Business Hour’ Brings Convenient Comedy to Central Texas

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