You have two choices when it comes to moving forward fast as a comedian: You can try to fabricate funny by trying to write jokes from thin air from blank paper or you can use and apply the natural comedy talent that you already have. Continue reading Using Your Natural Comedy Talent As A Comedian
Many people who take a shot at stand-up comedy do so as a means to achieve another goal, which is to break into acting. This article reveals what you need to know about the differences and similarities between acting and stand-up comedy and how to avoid the biggest mistake. Continue reading Trying To Use Stand-up Comedy As A Vehicle To Break Into Acting?
It is a common misconception that what makes stand-up comedy material funny is how the words and sentences read from a piece of paper or from a word processor. This article identifies the reasons why attempting to “read” a comedian’s act is a poor indicator of how funny it will be onstage. Continue reading Want A Comedy Expert To Read Your Stand-up Comedy Material To See If It’s Funny?
It can be a real let down when your very first stand-up comedy performance goes down in flames and gets no laughs. This article takes a look at my own less-than-optimal first time on stage experience at what to look at to avoid a repeat performance. Continue reading My First Stand-up Comedy Performance Flopped – Now What?
For anyone who is looking for stand-up comedy resources, there is one book that I consider a must read — especially for new comedians — that doesn’t fall into that category. The name of the book is Comic Lives by Continue reading Comic Lives By Betsy Borns – A Must Read For Aspiring Comedians
When the opportunity presents itself, I try to interview comedians who are making headway in their stand-up comedy adventures — from different perspectives, different geographical locations, different experience levels, different goals, etc. Well, I got the chance to interview comedian Continue reading My Interview With Killer Stand-up Comedian Bob Moher