It’s been said that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. If you really want to make progress as a comedian, you must be able to intelligently evaluate your stand-up performances for improvement. This article discusses what to look for and how. Continue reading Performance Improvement Basics For Comedians
Knowing whether your stand-up comedy material will be funny or not BEFORE you take it to the stage doesn’t have to be quite the “guessing game” that it tends to be for most comedians. This article identifies 5 variables that have a direct impact on reducing the guesswork usually involved. Continue reading Can I Know If My Stand-up Comedy Material Is Funny Before I Take It To The Stage?
There are a number of aspects that can be identified when it comes to laughter generation during a stand-up comedy routine. This article answers two questions involving delivery, set-up, punchline speed and the time it takes for these things to happen in a single performing minute. Continue reading Two Questions About Delivering Stand-up Comedy Material