Are you still looking for that simple method for producing stand-up comedy material that actually works? Then you may want to look at the comedy mechanics that you use naturally when you talk to people instead of trying to “find” some sort of “mechanical” approach. Continue reading The Difference Between Stand-up Comedy Mechanics And Being “Mechanical” On Stage
If you want to get discovered as a comedian, there are some very specific things that you can do to get the attention you want to move forward in the world of stand-up comedy. This article identifies six areas that you need to focus on to make getting discovered a reality. Continue reading How Do I Get Discovered As A Stand-up 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
Most new comedians are largely unprepared when it comes to using the most important tool of their stand-up comedy adventure – the comedy open mic night. If you are serious about making big leaps forward, find out how to get the most out comedy open mic nights. Continue reading Comedy Open Mic: Are You Ready?
Many new comedians look to stand-up comedy forums as a resource for getting the information they need to succeed on stage. But are these sorts of platforms helpful or harmful to the new comedian looking for answers? This article explains why I lean towards the latter. Continue reading Stand-up Comedy Forums: Nope, I’m Not A Fan. Here Are Some Of The Reasons Why…
We talk and express ourselves in three dimensions – sight, sound and words. So, how is one dimensional joke writing supposed to work for a comedian to get laughs in a three dimensional performing art? The short answer is that it doesn’t. Continue reading Are You Using A One Dimensional Approach In A Three Dimensional Performing Art?