Comic Lives By Betsy Borns – A Must Read For Aspiring Comedians

For anyone who is looking for stand-up comedy resources, there is one book that I consider a must read — especially for new comedians — that doesn’t fall into that category. The name of the book is Comic Lives by Continue reading Comic Lives By Betsy Borns – A Must Read For Aspiring Comedians

The Difference Between Stand-up Comedy Mechanics And Being “Mechanical” On Stage

I am a firm believer that one of the real keys to becoming a high impact comedian or speaker starts with really understanding what it is you do in the first place when you make someone laugh in very ordinary, Continue reading The Difference Between Stand-up Comedy Mechanics And Being “Mechanical” On Stage

False Perceptions About Stand-up Comedy New Comedians Should Know

Because stand-up comedy is a performance art form that is focused on verbal communication (talking)… There is a hugely false perception that almost anyone can do it well given some “jokes” and some stage time. Well, I will be the Continue reading False Perceptions About Stand-up Comedy New Comedians Should Know

The Value Of Your Time When Starting A Stand-up Comedy Career

Let’s take a look at the value of time as it is spent starting a stand-up comedy career, assuming that your time has some sort of assigned monetary value. I’m taking this approach because… People seem to understand the value Continue reading The Value Of Your Time When Starting A Stand-up Comedy Career

My Interview With Killer Stand-up Comedian Bob Moher

When the opportunity presents itself, I try to interview comedians who are making headway in their stand-up comedy adventures — from different perspectives, different geographical locations, different experience levels, different goals, etc. Well, I got the chance to interview comedian Continue reading My Interview With Killer Stand-up Comedian Bob Moher