COMEDY TECHNIQUE â€“ 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
How a comedian can use visual imagery in his comedy material to trigger stronger laughs.
By Jerry Corley | The Stand Up Comedy Clinic
A young comedian came up to me at the Comedy Store the other night and said, “Did you see my set? I think I’m doing good, but how could I be . . . → Read More: “How Can I Be More Funny?”
Many comedians say that they don’t use formula, but what they don’t understand is that it’s the formula that stimulates the laugh.
This formula is called Compare and Contrast. It’s used a lot in comedy. One of the first times I identified this technique was when I was working with Cathy Ladman in Sacramento. . . . → Read More: Using Comedy Formula to Produce Laughter