Stage time is a must for the new comedian. One such avenue to get stage time is called a bringer show. So what is a bringer show? This article discusses the good and the not so good aspects of bringer shows that are available for new comedians to get stage time. Continue reading Comedy Club Bringer Shows – Good, Bad, And Ugly
If you want to get paid to entertain audiences as a comedian, there are performance attributes that must be met for that to happen – particularly on an increasing scale. This article discusses what a comedian must bring to the table in order to get paid to perform. Continue reading Why Can’t I Make Money With My Stand-up Comedy?
Are you doing well at comedy open mic nights? Are you able to rock the room consistently with your stand-up comedy routine? This article offers specific recommendations to help new comedians go beyond comedy open mic night performances. Continue reading I’m Killing At Comedy Open Mics – So What Do I Do Now?
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
One thing new comedians need is stage time to hone their stage skill and to develop their act to the highest level possible. Comedy club open mics have always been the standard platform for this. But are there any alternatives? This article explores those options. Continue reading Is There Any Way To Bypass Stand-up Comedy Open Mic Nights?
Update: If you would like to put this article into a humorous perspective, please check out the movie Idiocracy starring Luke Wilson first — then read this article. The second an individual takes that big step into the public spotlight Continue reading How Should Comedians Deal With Critics?