Review: The Killer Stand-up Comedy System

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In my opinion the best review of the Killer Stand-up Comedy System and Comedy Evaluator Pro comes from an actual customer — and not a customer who has simply read through the material, but…

From one who actually absorbed and applied the powerful techniques and strategies available in that powerhouse system.

Below is an email I received from a customer. I will let you be the judge of that customer’s review and I provide my comments after:

Steve,

I had always wanted to be a stand up comedian but never had the nerve.

Through an internet advertisement, I saw your ad for Killer Stand-up Comedy system. I decided to take a leap of faith and I purchased your system on June 5.

I studied your materials thoroughly and did a lot of writing and practicing over the past 6 weeks.

Tonight, July 20, I performed my very first stand up comedy set at a Talent Show at a local comedy club. There were over 100 people there, only 4 of them whom I knew or knew me.

I evaluated my set afterwards using your Comedy Evaluator Pro, and came up with the following results:

Performance Minutes Evaluated: 4:21
PAR score: 33
Ave seconds laughter per minute: 20

Minute 1: 7 laughs, 19 seconds
Minute 2: 5 laughs, 20 seconds
Minute 3: 6 laughs, 21 seconds
Minute 4: 5 laughs, 14 seconds
Minute 5: 2 laughs, 11 seconds

I have a long way to go to hone my material, delivery, nervousness, etc, but thanks to your system, I got started off in a big way.

Wayne

Here are my comments:

1. It is fantastic that an individual can perform at headliner level on their very first stand-up comedy performance, don’t you agree?

By the way, I didn’t set the standards for headliner level performances.

2. Wayne has some serious advantages over most comedians because he was actually prepared — and not with that “joke writing” nonsense still being taught by virtually every stand-up comedy teacher, book and workshop.

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He also had a solid performance benchmark to work from right from the start, which is to generate 18+ seconds of laughter for each performing minute (PAR Score 30+).

3. Once Wayne has some stage time under his belt and becomes more relaxed and comfortable with audiences, I thoroughly expect Wayne to be hitting 24+ seconds of laughter (PAR Score 40+) with relative ease and consistency.

That’s about the best I can do as far as a review of the Killer Stand-up Comedy System goes, except to say:

It takes much more than simply buying my system to get great results and there are no “magic pills”.

Individuals need to have natural comedy talent to begin with.

They must have the drive and determination to succeed.

And they must take action to develop and deliver a stand-up act that rocks the house.

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Leading stand-up comedy educator and trainer, providing proven 21st century strategies and techniques for individuals who wish to become comedians on a professional level. For a detailed stand-up comedy resume go to: Steve Roye’s Stand-up Resume.

5 thoughts on “Review: The Killer Stand-up Comedy System

  1. I agree with Mike Williams (clean Christian comedian) when he told me its the best thing out there. It lays everything out in systematic way, from what stand-up is, how to develop material, all the way through to rehearsal stratagies. I have been through every lesson once. Some lessons more than once. Steve’s course is complete and thorough! I highly recommend it!

  2. This is a great website for aspiring standup comedians (like me) looking for information on getting started. One thing I really appreciate about the articles is that Steve tells the truth about needing natural talent to succeed. Many comedy “teachers” say they can make anyone funny. That’s nonsense. It takes natural talent to become a comedian, and most people don’t have it. If a person is funny, they can learn the rest. But if they’re not funny, it doesn’t matter how well they speak, or how much “energy” they have, or how comfortable they are on stage, because they’re simply not funny. Steve isn’t afraid to say that, and I appreciate it.

    • Thanks for your kind words. The last thing I want to do is to mislead people into believing that anyone can somehow “learn” to have comedy talent. Fortunately a majority people have all the comedy talent they need if they will just learn how to use it on stage.

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