Confidence comes with knowing. If you want to know where the foundation for confidence lies when it comes to being a comedian and delivering a powerful stand-up comedy routine that actually gets the big laughs, this article will guide you in the right direction. Continue reading Your Foundation For Confidence As A Comedian
If you are a naturally funny person then there is a very good possibility that the thought of becoming a comedian has crossed your mind. This article broadly discusses what’s really involved with becoming a comedian and how to improve your chances of success. Continue reading How To Become A Comedian
How much writing did you do that last time you made someone laugh off stage? Did you pass them a note and they fell down laughing? When it comes to looking for how to write a joke, you might be surprised that conventional “writing” tactics are not the answer. Continue reading Looking For Information On How To Write A Joke? Then You Don’t Want To Miss This…
Heckling is often times referred to as an occupational hazard for comedians. This article features a video of a comedian skillfully engaging an intoxicated heckler at a show and pointing out what new comedians can learn from the interaction. Continue reading Watch A Professional Comedian Skillfully DESTROY A Heckler!
In order to deliver 4-6 punchlines in any minute of a stand-up comedy act and provide the audience time to laugh – the act must be “tight”. This article discusses the problems with long set-up lines for comedians who are trying deliver a tight stand-up comedy routine. Continue reading Are Long Set-up Lines Keeping You From Getting The Laughs You Want?
I was recently interviewed by professional comedian John Branyan focusing on information of interest to talented individuals who are new to stand-up comedy and are trying to learn how to be a comedian. This interview is provided to expose an Continue reading Getting Started As A Comedian – An Interview With Steve Roye