One of the BIG things most new comedians miss – writing and talking are two very different forms of communication in very important ways. This article explains these differences and why it matters to the comedian trying to get big laughs on stage. Continue reading The Differences Between Writing And Talking Matter As A Comedian
If you are thinking about hiring a writer for your stand-up comedy material – you will want to exercise caution! This article explains why a comedian should be extremely cautious when buying jokes from a joke writer. Continue reading Want A Professional To “Write” Your Comedy Material For You? Buyer Beware…
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?
What is one piece of information you could know right now that may have a huge impact on the way you think about approaching the creation of stand-up comedy material for an act? This article may just have that one piece of game changing information you want. Continue reading This Is A Potential Game Changer For New Comedians
If you are under the impression that being able to produce high level, big laugh stand-up comedy material for the stage is all about the “writing”, you may reconsider that after you review this article. Actually great writing skills are NOT required at all if you understand talking involves more than words alone. Continue reading In Stand-up Comedy – It’s All About The “Writing”, Isn’t It?
Are you a new comedian trying to “find” the best comedy topics for a stand-up comedy routine? Before you waste your time on that sort of meaningless effort, you might want to pay close attention to the information provided in this article. Continue reading Is There Such A Thing As The Best Comedy Topics? If So, How Do I Find Them?