Even though it’s been over two decades since I embarked on my own stand-up comedy journey, I remember those first months like they were yesterday.
Those first months weren’t pleasant at all.
I was struggling terribly and couldn’t understand why until later on (after developing the processes provided in the Killer Stand-up Online Course) which was…
Whatever comedy talent I had or thought I had didn’t make it to the stage. Read the rest of this entry
I would say that the first tight 5 minutes of a new comedian’s stand-up comedy act is without a doubt the most important stand-up comedy material that they will “write” or develop for a number of reasons…
It will be during the development of this first tight 5 minutes that the new comedian begins to effectively tap into their “stage voice” — that comfort zone that allows them to be who they really are on stage and not doing their “impression” of what they think a comedian should be. Read the rest of this entry
I went to YouTube.com and did a search using the term bad stand-up comedy and I was kind of amazed at what I found.
Below is a video of an unfunny comedian who gets very few laughs in his set and is an obvious flop on stage.
It’s called bombing in the world of stand-up comedy and this guy was pretty darn good at it.
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