Which is easier – writing or talking? Yet most new comedians feel that they are somehow obligated to to “write” their stand-up comedy material in a fashion intended for a reader, NOT a live audience. This article identifies why that is more than problematic. Continue reading How To “Write” Stand-up Comedy Material The Hard Way
Your first 5 minutes of stand-up comedy material is the most important. It should be tight and generate maximum audience laughter. This article discusses what “tight” means and what you need to do to move forward quickly as a comedian when it comes to audience laughter. Continue reading Your First 5 Minutes Of Stand-up Comedy Material
Many people who take a shot at stand-up comedy do so as a means to achieve another goal, which is to break into acting. This article reveals what you need to know about the differences and similarities between acting and stand-up comedy and how to avoid the biggest mistake. Continue reading Trying To Use Stand-up Comedy As A Vehicle To Break Into Acting?