There is a HUGE difference between trying to write jokes or other comedy material from a blank piece of paper and writing down what one wants to say and express to an audience. Find out why this difference matters greatly. Continue reading Writing Down Vs. Writing Comedy Material And Why It Matters
New comedians can get stuck in an endless research cycle when attempting to locate the right information they need to succeed on the stand-up comedy stage. This article pinpoints some free resources that you just might want to check out first. Continue reading Are You Stuck In Research Mode Looking For Info On How To Become A Comedian?
One of the things I openly recommend new comedians do is try other “popular” stand-up comedy books first — before they even take a look at why I have to offer in the way of comedy education. Why? That is the focus of this article and the reasons may just surprise you. Continue reading Why I Recommend New Comedians Do This First…
What assumptions are you making right now about stand-up comedy that are completely FALSE? In this article I describe two inaccurate assumptions that I personally made when I started out that were key to my awful performances as a new comedian. Continue reading Bad Assumptions Can Kill Your Chances Of Success As A Comedian
Are you among those who believe that all it takes is few great stand-up comedy tips in order to have what you need to kill audiences nightly as a comedian? If that’s the case, then you may want to start looking under your pillow every morning for Tooth Fairy money too. Continue reading Stand-up Comedy Tips Are NOT Enough
Still trying to write the “funny” that will work on the stand-up comedy stage? How much “writing” did you do when you made others laugh when you were using your sense of humor off stage? You have already got what it takes to be a killer comedian. Use it! Continue reading You Already Have MOST Of What You Need To Produce A Powerful Stand-up Comedy Act