Should your stand-up comedy material be written down?
I cannot think of any other way a person could edit or adjust their jokes or stand-up comedy material unless it is written down.
Let’s assume that you have your stand-up comedy material or jokes written down.
Other than for memorization purposes…
What do you look at in the written version of your stand-up comedy material or jokes for improvement and to increase your laughs? Read the rest of this entry
Many people are under the impression that the process for generating laughter while giving a speech or presentation is somehow vastly different from delivering stand-up comedy.
This notion is FALSE.
The comedy mechanics for generating audience laughter are exactly the same as those needed for stand-up comedy (or in any environment for that matter)
The big difference is that speeches and presentations usually contain “informational content” that is not designed or intended to generate laughter.
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Are you truly killing at the comedy open mics?
Would you like to know what you need to do to take your stand-up comedy to the next level?
Maybe I should define what killing on stage really means as a comedian first…
Killing on stage means that you are able to generate a minimum average of 18 seconds of laughter each performing minute (headliner level stand-up comedy). Read the rest of this entry