We have one another's back on the stage, but what happens when we are off the stage?
We want you to feel equipped to tackle challenges in your own life and know that you are supported by your family at Dallas Comedy House. Though the resources below are not exhaustive, they address many issues members of comedy communities across the country. If you have additional resources you wish to be included, please e-mail them to email@example.com.
Shout-out to alumni and DCH Instructor, Scriven Bernard, for compiling the initial resources listed on this page.
Additionally, if you ever feel there is an issue that needs to be addressed in the theater or training center - ranging from sexual assault to bullying - please do not hesitate to fill out an incident report form.
Incidents of sexual harassment and abuse will not be tolerated at DCH. This is a zero-strike policy. If you are experiencing this at the theater or training center, please fill out an incident report form. Below are additional resources for support:
If you or someone you know is in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, call 9-1-1 immediately, or 1-800-273-TALK for the suicide prevention hotline. For additional information and support, visit AFSP:
As comedians, we should have each other's back. If you feel you are being targeted or bullied at DCH, please fill out an incident report form. Learn more about bullying by visiting the resources below:
Our hope is that you feel safe and comfortable being yourself at DCH. If you are ever made to feel unsafe based on your identity, please fill out an incident report form. For more identity resources, please head to our Diversity & Inclusion page.