Improve Your Chances Of Success As A New Comedian: ComedyUniversity.com

It is easy to understand why anyone who has attended or performed at a stand-up comedy open mic night could easily assume that stand-up comedy is highly competitive.

Don’t be fooled.

Just because there are usually a couple of dozen comedians taking to the stage on any particular open mic night is somewhat misleading when it comes to making an accurate assessment on how competitive stand-up comedy actually is.
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Introduction

If you have taken a look at the lessons in Training Module One in the Killer Stand-up Online Course, you should be aware that there is a lot to know when it comes to generating big laughs from the stand-up comedy stage on a consistent basis.

None of which is difficult to learn and apply might I add.

But in this article, I want to cover what I consider to be the top 3 factors that influence the speed at which a new comedian can progress.
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Author Note: If you personally know someone who is funny and considering taking a shot at becoming a comedian in the near future, please share this article with them. It could help them better understand their important first steps as a new comedian. Thanks!

One of the very first things a prospective comedian should do is to find out where every possible performing opportunity is in their area.

The reason I say that is because without audiences to perform for, it is basically impossible to develop a stand-up comedy routine. Read the rest of this entry

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