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In the mad dash to “write” just the right words, sentences and phrases (jokes) that are going to make an audience howl with laughter…
Many new comedians overlook the most powerful laughter generation aspect of stand-up comedy, which is delivery…
NOT the words written on paper or merely spoken per se.
When I speak of delivery, I am more specifically talking about… Continue reading
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.
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.