4 Important Considerations For Delivering Headliner Level Laughter As A Comedian

Want to be on the fast track as a new comedian? This article identifies 4 important factors that can directly impact a comedian’s ability to generate headliner level stand-up comedy material (which directly impacts your progress speed). Continue reading 4 Important Considerations For Delivering Headliner Level Laughter As A Comedian

Are You Overlooking Your Most Powerful Laughter Generation Attribute?

What is it really that makes you funny in everyday conversations? All the unique attributes that give to the laughter power you have offstage are the exact same attributes that will allow you to get the big laughs onstage. This article discusses the vital non-verbal aspect of your comedy talent. Continue reading Are You Overlooking Your Most Powerful Laughter Generation Attribute?

A Critical Factor For Progress As A Comedian

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

Should You Rehearse Your Stand-up Comedy Act In Front Of A Mirror?

Rehearsing your stand-up comedy routine in the mirror actually comes with some issues. This article explains the pros and cons of rehearsing in the mirror and when this might be advantageous for better results. But in most instances, the short answer is no. Continue reading Should You Rehearse Your Stand-up Comedy Act In Front Of A Mirror?

My Stand-up Comedy Material Works Well Sometimes, Not So Well Other Times – What Gives?

Does your stand-up comedy material lack consistency when it comes to getting the laughs you want? This article directly answers the question about why stand-up comedy material will work well one time and not another given similar audience dynamics. Continue reading My Stand-up Comedy Material Works Well Sometimes, Not So Well Other Times – What Gives?