Should your stand-up comedy material be written down?
I cannot think of any other way a person could edit or adjust their jokes or stand-up comedy material unless it is written down.
Let’s assume that you have your stand-up comedy material or jokes written down.
Other than for memorization purposes…
What do you look at in the written version of your stand-up comedy material or jokes for improvement and to increase your laughs? Read the rest of this entry
One of the reasons why Killer Stand-up Comedy System users have a serious edge over most comedians is because they use Comedy Evaluator Pro as their guide for performance improvement as well as reinforcement that they are truly performing at a noteworthy level.
Comedy Evaluator Pro is featured in the popular stand-up comedy documentary “I Am Comic” directed by Jordan Brady.
Comedy Evaluator Pro is now an online service that allows comedians and comedy entertainers to accurately measure just how much laughter, cheering and applause they generated for any particular show — no matter how long or short the show may be. Read the rest of this entry
Sometimes in the process of educating folks on the dynamics of developing a stand-up comedy routine, some of the most basic information can be missed.
And it has been said that it’s hard to get answers if you don’t know the questions to begin with.
So here’s a question that I know many new and prospective comedians have that is pretty darn important and can actually have an impact on a new comedian’s progress which is:
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