How does a new comedian go about finding the very best delivery style that will help them generate the biggest laughs with their stand-up comedy material? This article reveals the most important delivery style secret every new comedian should know. Continue reading The Delivery Style Secret Every New Comedian Should Know
Looking to take a shot at stand-up comedy? There are some very basic, yet very important things to know about before you hit the stage as a comedian. Find out what you need to know to imporove your chances of success. Continue reading Wanna Be A Comedian? Here’s Some Important Information You Must Know
Does your stand-up comedy material lack consistency when it comes to getting the laughs you want? This article directly answers the question about why stand-up comedy material will work well one time and not another given similar audience dynamics. Continue reading My Stand-up Comedy Material Works Well Sometimes, Not So Well Other Times – What Gives?
Want to know how to get big audience when performing on stage as a comedian? This article has a series of questions you might want to review if you truly want to know why most new comedians are not prepared to generate big audience laughs when they hit the stage. Continue reading Getting Big Laughs As A Comedian Involves Much More Than Writing Comedy Material
Let me answer the question now – the chances are very good that you are more than funny enough to do well as a comedian. The better question you should be asking is whether or not you are actually going to use the comedy talent you have now on stage. Hint: Most don’t and fail. Continue reading Am I Funny Enough For Stand-up Comedy Or Am I Just Wasting My Time?
Think a stand-up comedy class is the solution? This article explains why most stand-up comedy classes and workshops fail to provide the actionable information needed to develop a stand-up comedy act that actually works to generate the big laughs. Continue reading Didn’t Get What You Wanted When You Took That Stand-up Comedy Class Or Workshop? Here’s Why…