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?
This might come a s surprise but most new comedians choose to try to produce funny stand-up comedy material for the stage using the hardest possible approach. Find out why I can say that and discover a resource for a much easier way to creating big laugh stand-up comedy material from scratch. Continue reading How To Write Stand-up Comedy Material The Hard Way
I’m willing to bet that most people think that if only they had written examples of powerful and effective stand-up comedy routines, they would be able to uncover the real secrets they need to create a power stand-up routine. Find out why this logic is seriously flawed. Continue reading Looking For Stand-up Comedy Material Examples?
One of the things that people who are considering stand-up comedy want before they start is some sort of assurance that they have what it takes to succeed as a comedian. Subsequently, they may use this justification as a basis Continue reading “My Friends Think I’m Funny.” And That Means…
I want to give you an example of the incredibly lame information that is provided to new and prospective comedians in popular stand-up comedy books, workshops and classes as well as on online stand-up comedy tips sites. The Standard Blah Continue reading The Anatomy Of A Stand-up Comedy Joke
This article breaks down the words per minute and punchlines per minute needed for a headliner level stand-up comedy material. Continue reading Reverse Engineering Headliner Level Stand-up Comedy Material