New To Stand-up Comedy? A Great Starting Point: ComedyUniversity.com

One of the things that I know beyond a shadow of a doubt about most people who are trying to learn how to be a comedian is that they simply either don’t rehearse or don’t rehearse enough prior to a performance.

This single factor can keep a comedian from progressing quickly and being able to generate the big laughs on stage in a short amount of time.
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success-2Are you truly killing at the comedy open mics?

Would you like to know what you need to do to take your stand-up comedy to the next level?

Maybe I should define what killing on stage really means as a comedian first…

Killing on stage means that you are able to generate a minimum average of 18 seconds of laughter each performing minute (headliner level stand-up comedy). Read the rest of this entry

When it comes to learning how to be a comedian…

The opening act in the stand-up comedy environment is arguably the hardest spot in a line up of comedians — particularly from a laughter generation stand point.

It’s often referred to as the “bullet taking” spot.

Here’s why that is, no matter what “level” the comedian is at when performing in that critical opening spot…
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