by Jerry Corley, founder of the Stand Up Comedy Clinic
Several people have contacted me asking me a simple question: “How do I write a joke.” The question doesn’t stay simple for long. Soon it explodes into an argument of whether they want to do “jokes, ” or “stories.” “The simple fact is: A joke . . . → Read More: How To Write A Joke
Top Tips for Performing in Comedy Competitions By Jerry Corley â€“ Founder of the Stand Up Comedy Clinic
Comedy competitions are a great way to get your name out there, meet other comics and industry professionals and develop a thick, professional skin. By that I mean that you’ll develop a bullet-proof, confidence when it comes . . . → Read More: Top Tips On Comedy Competitions
3-Steps To Finding A Good Comedy Instructor
“My Name Is Jerry Corley. I Teach Stand Up Comedy…and I’d Like To Report A Crime:”
I’ve been a professional comedian for over twenty years. I’ve spent many years working 38 to 40 weeks on the road. I’ve written for television shows, including spending 8 years as a . . . → Read More: How To Choose A Comedy Teacher
I was driving today listening to the radio loudly (it hides the strange new noise coming from my front end–I mean who needs to pay $600 to a mechanic, right?) and a commercial came on. It was that Dos Equis commercial; “The Most Interesting Man in the World.” I like this commercial. It’s interesting. It’s . . . → Read More: Comedy Is Easy!