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Comedy clubs are no different than any other business from this perspective:

If you don’t keep up with the times, you get left behind. And despite recessionary times that usually result in a comedy club “boom”, that hasn’t happened.

That’s why I am kind of surprised that most comedy clubs haven’t tapped into corporate comedy as a major profit center to add to their bottom line.
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bobby-friske-comedian2One of the things that I try to do when the opportunity presents is to interview Killer Stand-up customers who are making strides in stand-up comedy.

Such is the case with comedian Bobby Friske (pronounced frisky), who started out as a phone coaching client in 2009, then he immediately got his hands on my course.

Long story short:

Bobby made some great improvements in a very short period of time and is one of several of my customers who has provided before and after videos of his act to demonstrate his progress (click here to check out the before and after videos). Read the rest of this entry

virtual-reality-stand-up-comedyI’ve been keeping my eye on a rapidly emerging technology – a technology that could potentially have a significant impact on stand-up comedy (as well as other live performing arts).

The technology I am referring to is virtual reality.

I have watched virtual reality gear become more and more prolific and very affordable.

What You Need To Know First

Before I get to the potential impact of virtual reality equipment on stand-up comedy, here are two things to consider: Read the rest of this entry

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