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I want to give you an example of the incredibly lame information that is provided to new and prospective comedians in popular stand-up comedy books, workshops and classes as well as on online stand-up comedy tips sites.

The Standard Blah Blah

Here’s the anatomy of a stand-up comedy joke that you will get from almost every resource:

A stand-up comedy joke has 3 primary parts:
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What is a hell gig? A hell gig for stand-up comedians is any gig that is not conducive to laughter generation. This can include, but is not limited to:

– Poor audience attentiveness or interest in anything other than the comedy show

– Poor audience seating

– Minimal audience attendance

– Less than optimal sound where the audience can’t hear the comedian

– Environmental factors that create severe distractions away from the comedy show
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While I can certainly show individuals how to capture their own natural speaking rhythm on paper and identify aspects of comedy timing that folks can certainly work on off stage for better results on stage using the Killer Stand-up Online Course

There’s one aspect of comedy timing that can only be learned on the stage, which is the adjustment of pause variations that happen naturally as a direct result of audience size.

Provided a comedian’s material is funny, here’s what every comedian should know about comedy timing…

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