What Louis C.K. Sarah Silverman and Others Did BEFORE They Were Famous

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Take a look at Emily Zemler’s article in Esquire on Louis C.K., Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer and others on how and what they did before they became famous.

I always love reading about this stuff!

Most of us get acquainted with notable comedians only after they . . . → Read More: What Louis C.K. Sarah Silverman and Others Did BEFORE They Were Famous

Learning How to Write Comedy Doesn’t Need to Be A Mystery

COMEDY TECHNIQUE – COMPARE & CONTRAST

Writing Comedy does not need to be a mystery..

How many times have you sat down and stared at a blank page or a blank computer screen trying to find something funny to write?

Discovering how to write comedy on a regular, routine basis . . . → Read More: Learning How to Write Comedy Doesn’t Need to Be A Mystery

1 Sure-Fire Way to Take Your Comedy To The Next Level

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I see a ton of comedians that get up on stage night after night at the mics and they wander through their like an old guy pullin’ an oxygen tank in a Vegas casino. . . . → Read More: 1 Sure-Fire Way to Take Your Comedy To The Next Level

5 Reasons to Use Imitation and Emulation to Learn Stand-up Comedy

From the time we are toddlers, we learn by watching and imitating. That’s how we learn to walk, to talk, to express ourselves.

Imitation is the ‘stem-cell’ of our learning ability.

So why not utilize this technique when learning how to be a comedian?

At first, it might seem like cheating, no?

And when . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons to Use Imitation and Emulation to Learn Stand-up Comedy

Stop Thinking Like an Employee

One of my comedian friends was recently brutally upset by the fact that he had to pay an admission fee to a comedy competition to be considered for it. He failed get into one of the regional prelim competitions so he was told by the organizer that he needed to resubmit in order to be . . . → Read More: Stop Thinking Like an Employee