Punchlines are a comedian’s lifeblood. So, how do you write them? This article bluntly describes the major obstacles that can be encountered when trying to learn how to “write” punchlines for stand-up comedy material in the usual and ineffective literary fashion. Continue reading Still Trying To Figure Out How To “Write” Punchlines Out Of Thin Air? Now That’s Funny…
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?
Researchers continue to attempt to program AI (artificial intelligence) to have the same sense of humor and comedy ability as humans do — and they fail. This article explains why the human sense of humor and comedy capabilities cannot be “programmed” into AI. Continue reading What Programmed AI Humor And New Comedians Have In Common
The short answer to the question is that most people are funny enough to do well at stand-up comedy. So where’s the disconnect? This article that identifies some of the primary issues that people have when it comes to being funny enough to be a comedian. Continue reading Are You Funny Enough To Be A Comedian?
How does a new comedian go about finding the very best delivery style that will help them generate the biggest laughs with their stand-up comedy material? This article reveals the most important delivery style secret every new comedian should know. Continue reading The Delivery Style Secret Every New Comedian Should Know
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?