Colin Quinn says performing on virtual platforms won’t ever come close to appearing in a club full of strangers because it lacks “the tension” of the live experience. He’s writing a book that draws from some of the material he explored in his Red States Blue States special — and says he now has no excuse not to finish it.

Colin Quinn says performing on virtual platforms won't ever come close to appearing in a club full of strangers because it lacks "the tension" of the live experience. He's writing a book that draws from some of the material he explored in his Red States Blue States special — and says he now has no excuse not to finish it.

Colin Quinn says performing on virtual platforms won’t ever come close to appearing in a club full of strangers because it lacks “the tension” of the live experience. He’s writing a book that draws from some of the material he explored in his Red States Blue States special — and says he now has no excuse not to finish it.

Colin Quinn says performing on virtual platforms won’t ever come close to appearing in a club full of strangers because it lacks “the tension” of the live experience. He’s writing a book that draws from some of the material he explored in his Red States Blue States special — and says he now has no excuse not to finish it.