By Jerry Corley | Founder â€“ The Stand Up Comedy Clinic Comedy writing is rewarding. There is no better feeling than writing a joke and getting an appreciative laugh. Okay,
By Jerry Corley | Founder of The Stand Up Comedy Clinic Let's face it, one of the new realities in the comedy landscape in L.A. (and probably New York and
by Jerry Corley â€“ Founder of The Stand Up Comedy Clinic For all the negatives I see in Charlie Sheen's current behavior and what sometimes just seems like a drug-induced rant,
The students at the clinic are getting work! Tommy Otis who plays "Itchy" on "Car Warriors," (Wednesday nights @9pm on the Speed network), does a great job on the show.
There are so many great comedians. It was hard to find the top ten. I apologize to those I may have left out. You're all awesome!
In short 15-20 minute, workshop-style sessions, these impressive students wrote 7, 8, 10 jokes and more and they were jokes that truly reached the level of commercially acceptable jokes that you might hear on the late night shows.
have you seen the way Kirstie is moving her butt on Dancing With The Stars? Last Monday night's episode she shook it so hard it wound up in the first 10 minutes of "House."
Stand Up Comedy Clinic Students Christian Zaragoza and Ernie Ordonez turn a sports bar in Pamona into the Improv.
JC Morgan started learning comedy in Jerry Corley's comedy class in Los Angeles less than two years ago, now he's been awarded The Funniest Comic in L.A. award for 2011.