There are a number of challenges associated with becoming a comedian who can entertain audiences at a high level. This article identifies some of the most common obstacles most new comedians face in the world of stand-up comedy. Continue reading The Biggest Obstacles New Comedians Face
There are audience laughter levels that must be reached in order to progress as a comedian. These performance standards were established by pro comedians and their performance ability since the beginning. Now there is software to objectively measure these laughter levels. Continue reading Setting Standards For Stand-up Comedians? It Wasn’t Me…
If you know what questions to ask, open mic comedians can be a great resource of information. This article provides 7 questions you can ask to get the important information you need starting out as a comedian. Continue reading 7 Questions To Ask Comedy Club Open Mic Comedians
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
One of the big problems many new comedians have (including me when I first started) is that they abandon what made them funny offstage for something “better” onstage. This article talks about why this can be a crippling issue and causes that talent to be ignored. Continue reading Is Your True Comedy Talent Actually Making It To The Stage Or Is It Being Held Back?
What to know some real specifics when it comes to what headline level stand-up comedy is on a minute-by-minute basis? This article details the time factors, word count and punchlines per minute involved when a headliner level stand-up comedy act is delivered. Continue reading Reverse Engineering Headliner Level Stand-up Comedy Material