blue-questionThe first thing you need to know is that all comedy and humor has a foundation in truth, whether it be in casual conversations or on the stand-up comedy stage.

The degree that stand-up comedy material is “truthful” is dependent solely upon the comedian and what they choose to say and express for the stage.

I should point out that whatever foundational “truth” a comedian is expressing should be easily recognized by the audience as “truthful”, accurate or factual in some way – otherwise the audience won’t respond to the comedian’s humorous perspective or point of view as it relates to the “truth” they present.
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blue-questionThe first thing I need to point out is that a comedian must have a solid act before they can effectively engage in any sort of activities to market themselves.

The reason that I say that is because there are people who don’t have a solid stand-up comedy act developed and in some instances have never been on stage, yet they have this false notion that they can somehow market themselves as a comedian.
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blue-questionLet me start with this – it doesn’t matter whether a comedian is trying to write a stand-up comedy routine from blank paper the hard way or they are developing topic based stand-up comedy material the easier way…

The comedy ideas any comedian comes up with should be a reflection of their own sense of humor which then becomes a tightly structured stand-up comedy routine for the stage.

In other words, what a comedian chooses to talk about on stage tends to represent the way they view any aspect of life and the way life experiences activate their sense of humor. Read the rest of this entry

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