One-of-a-kind comedy writing tutorial.
Just let me start by saying I am thankful for all of you who take the time to read my blog and leave me comments, likes and tweets.
For Thanksgiving I want to give you this video tutorial on writing material for corporates.
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There seems to be a misconception out there when it comes to theories behind developing and writing comedy.
One of the most popularly espoused by many comedy instructors is: your comedy must be true.
I’m not sure how this particular theory got so out of control. I say, “out of control” . . . → Read More: Does All Comedy Need to be Based in Truth? [Video]
Years ago, when I was first starting in comedy, I worked with a headliner comedian who said he hadn’t written a new joke in 11 years. Why do so many comedians and comedy writers have such a difficult time writing material? Are you one of those comedians? Do you write everyday? Do you . . . → Read More: What’s So Funny?
Conan Writer Deon Cole talks about Conan’s tattoos…or the lack thereof, and how he wrote a joke that didn’t make the cut…
Deon talks about how he became a writer on "The Conan O’Brien Show." It’s an interesting story and revealed a side of Deon that I’ve seen before, liked and . . . → Read More: How To Write Comedy | Conan Writer Rips On His Boss…
So you sit down to write comedy and what happens? Nothing! Now what?
I teach a lot of techniques so that people can learn how to write comedy. Most of what I focus on is writing comedy for a stand up act.
However, the same techniques are used in blog writing, script writing or . . . → Read More: How to Write Comedy | Using Analogy to Write Jokes