If you haven’t noticed, I don’t talk about how to become a great open mic comedian in the articles on this blog. I have a tendency to talk about what it takes to develop and deliver headline level comedian material Continue reading The Goal: Develop Headliner Level Stand-up Comedy Material
When it comes to stand-up comedy and writing a stand-up comedy routine, there is an almost universal assumption that the “written” word (writing) and the spoken word (talking) are essentially the same means of communication. It is this false assumption Continue reading The Differences Between Writing And Talking Matter As A Comedian
Detailed article explaining 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…
This article asks the question: How does one dimensional joke writing help a comedian get laughs in a three dimensional performing art? Continue reading Are You Using A One Dimensional Approach In A Three Dimensional Performing Art?
If I were asked to identify just one aspect of becoming a comedian that could be classified as the most vital and impactful information required for success in stand-up comedy it would be this: Writing is different than talking – Continue reading This Is A Potential Game Changer For New Comedians