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One of the questions I get from time to time is this:

“Should I rehearse or practice my stand-up act in front of a mirror?”

As a general rule, I don’t advocate rehearsing in front of a mirror (with some exceptions) and here’s why:

If an individual is rehearsing in front of a mirror, it usually means that they are trying to “fabricate” the facial expressions and body language to compliment their stand-up comedy material.
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comedian craig shoemakerIf you really want to study a comedy master who has a very wide range when it comes to delivering a stand-up comedy act on a high level, you may want to check out comedian Craig Shoemaker.

Craig Shoemaker first grabbed my attention very early in my comedy career when at the time I was watching A&E’s Evening At The Improv, trying to figure out how to develop and deliver a stand-up comedy act myself in the early 90’s.
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