Looking for the “secrets” to writing great stand-up comedy material that will generate big laughs on stage? This article provides an overview about how to write stand-up comedy material that is not found in popular books on stand-up comedy. Continue reading How To Write Stand-up Comedy Material (Overview)
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
Want to dramatically reduce the amount of time it takes to get the big laughs on stage? This revealing article discusses one of the critical factors that has a direct impact on just how fast a comedian can produce a stand-up comedy act that slays audiences when performed. Continue reading A Critical Factor For Progress As A Comedian
A college student working on a thesis about stand-up comedy asked for my help. This article contains 6 great questions that he asked and my detailed answers about many aspects of stand-up comedy that I know would be of interest to most new comedians. Continue reading 6 Great Stand-up Comedy Questions And My Detailed Answers
It’s a well known fact that the hardest job in a line up of comedians is the opening act. But you might be surprised to learn that it is not necessarily talent or experience that makes it tough. There are other factors involved, even when the comedian talent level in a show is the same. Continue reading Why The Opening Stand-up Comedy Act Has The Hardest Job
You actually have a great deal of control when it comes to your chances of becoming a comedian. But are you going to improve or decrease your chances of success. Believe it or not most people choose the latter and don’t even know it. Continue reading What Are My Chances Of Becoming A Comedian?