If you want to know just how funny your stand-up comedy routine really is, all you need is a smartphone and two free apps. This article describes which free apps you need to use and what you need to do to generate objective information about your act. Continue reading Want To Know How Funny Your Stand-up Comedy Act Really Is?
A college student working on a thesis about stand-up comedy asked for my help. This article contains 6 great questions that he asked and my detailed answers about many aspects of stand-up comedy that I know would be of interest to most new comedians. Continue reading 6 Great Stand-up Comedy Questions And My Detailed Answers
One of the markets that experienced comedians with the right comedy act can work in is commonly referred to as the corporate comedy market. This article offers some insight about working in the largely “hidden” corporate comedy market as a comedian. Continue reading Corporate Comedy: The True Underground Stand-up Comedy Market
Comedy timing is certainly an important aspect when getting laughs with a stand-up comedy act. But you may be surprised to find out that you already have most of the comedy timing you are going to have. This article explains why. Continue reading Comedy Timing Secrets
It’s a well known fact that the hardest job in a line up of comedians is the opening act. But you might be surprised to learn that it is not necessarily talent or experience that makes it tough. There are other factors involved, even when the comedian talent level in a show is the same. Continue reading Why The Opening Stand-up Comedy Act Has The Hardest Job
Are you still looking for that simple method for producing stand-up comedy material that actually works? Then you may want to look at the comedy mechanics that you use naturally when you talk to people instead of trying to “find” some sort of “mechanical” approach. Continue reading The Difference Between Stand-up Comedy Mechanics And Being “Mechanical” On Stage