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?
Intro I have to say I was a bit late to the game when I reviewed the documentary I Am Battle Comic by director and comedian Jordan Brady. The film had already been released for over a year and had Continue reading Corporate Comedian Secrets Revealed: I Am Battle Comic By Jordan Brady
I have discovered a killer “off the shelf” resource for those who are interested in developing “corporate” comedy material, if you can grasp this core principle: The mechanics of laughter are exactly the SAME whether it be on the stand-up Continue reading “Off The Shelf” Corporate Comedy Material Resource
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
Comedy clubs are no different than any other business from this perspective: If you don’t keep up with the times, you get left behind. And despite recessionary times that usually result in a comedy club “boom”, that hasn’t happened. That’s Continue reading Why Don’t More Comedy Clubs Have A Corporate Comedian Profit Center?