There’s a certain type of widespread logic that new comedians fall victim to when it comes to trying to identify stand-up comedy writing techniques that can be used to write a funny stand-up comedy act that will kill audiences.
I’m going to call this sort of logic “rock solid, I would bet my house on that” logic when it comes to finding free information about how to write a stand-up comedy routine.
The best way I can think of to present this common logic is in a checklist format like this: Read the rest of this entry
If you are trying to discover the techniques to somehow “write” a stand-up comedy act that actually works to generate big laughs…
Please allow me to offer an alternative perspective that may be of immense value to you — especially if you want to have a significant advantage over other new comedians when you enter the world of stand-up comedy.
And that perspective is this: you already have much of what you need to develop a powerful stand-up comedy act very quickly if you will use and apply all of your comedy talent right from the start of the process. Read the rest of this entry