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I thought I would approach the delivery of high level stand-up comedy material from a different perspective.
What I will do in this article is reverse engineer the dynamics of a tight and effective pro level stand-up comedy routine that is generates 4-6+ laughs per performing minute.
This should provide you with some fairly concrete answers to questions like these: Read the rest of this entry
One of things almost every comedian wants to know, no matter what level they may be at is:
“Is there any way to know if my stand-up comedy material will work before I deliver it on stage?”
That is a very difficult question to answer with a simple yes-or-no answer because there are a number of very important variables that must be considered in order to provide a meaningful response.
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If you do a search online for “how to write a joke”, you will find an abundance of information that has little if any actionable value.
To be brutally honest — much of this information is absolutely worthless for trying to construct a stand-up comedy act – much less one that will actually generate any laughs.
So what I want to do in this article is identify some key terms and phrases that are used in association with the largely worthless “how to write a joke” content on page one and beyond on Google (or any other search engine for that matter) that should raise a red flag and more than a hint of skepticism as you find that info. Read the rest of this entry