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?
Looking at taking a shot at stand-up comedy? This article provides solid, no-nonsense advice for new comedians who need to know aspects about this unique performing art that are not readily apparent or usually known to the casual outside observer. Continue reading Solid Stand-up Comedy Advice For New Comedians
There are 3 big issues that can trip up a new comedian who has been performing but can’t seem to generate the laughter levels they need to get ahead in the worlds of stand-up comedy. This article identifies those issues directly and asks the questions new comedians should be asking. Continue reading Three Important Issues New Comedians Face
Most new comedians choose to only work with words and sentences as they are produced from a process of “writing” in order to produce stand-up comedy material that works. There are many more factors involved in order to get the laughs you want on stage. Continue reading It’s Not Just One Thing That Makes Stand-up Comedy Material Work (And Work Well)
Which is easier – writing or talking? Yet most new comedians feel that they are somehow obligated to to “write” their stand-up comedy material in a fashion intended for a reader, NOT a live audience. This article identifies why that is more than problematic. Continue reading How To “Write” Stand-up Comedy Material The Hard Way
Most people who take a shot at stand-up comedy have more than enough comedy talent to get big laughs on stage. But go to ANY stand-up comedy open mic night and vast majority of new comedians are AWFUL. This article identifies the top 10 reasons why new comedians suck on stage. Continue reading Top 10 Reasons Why People With Comedy Talent Suck At Stand-up Comedy Open Mics