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One of the very first things that I notice about new and prospective comedians is that…
They are driven to try to “write jokes” (in the literal sense) in order to try to command the big laughs on stage.
I am more than familiar with this frustrating process. It’s what I tried to do when I first started out as a comedian.
And it should come as no surprise as to the reason why that happens. It is quite simple actually… Continue reading
One thing I know about stand-up comedy beyond a shadow of a doubt is this:
Individuals who actually have comedy talent tend to struggle needlessly because of their own false perceptions when it comes to developing and delivering stand-up comedy material that actually works on stage.
The reason for this is simple…
Most folks who are looking to take a shot at stand-up comedy don’t fully understand or comprehend that there is a huge difference between the “written” word and the “spoken” word.
If you have already reviewed this article:
Didn’t Get What You Wanted When You Took That Stand-up Comedy Class Or Workshop? Here’s Why…
Then you know that I am usually NOT a fan of stand-up comedy classes or workshops as far as what they have to offer in the realm of showing individuals how to develop and deliver high level stand-up comedy material that actually works on an individual-by-individual basis.