How to Be a Comedian

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 34: Never Make Fun of Someone’s Laugh

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 34: Never Make Fun of Someone’s Laugh, I’ll explain how not to kill the laughter in the room.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 33: Stop Using Comic’s Cliches – Part 3

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 33: Stop Using Comic’s Clichés – Part 3, I’ll try to persuade you to greet the audience with something other than a question where you don’t care about the answer.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 32: Stop Using Comic’s Cliches – Part 2

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 32: Stop Using Comic’s Clichés – Part 2, I’ll delve into the physical comic’s clichés.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 31: Stop Using Comic’s Clichés – Part 1

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 31: Stop Using Comic’s Clichés – Part 1, I’ll discuss those overused phrases comics constantly use.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 30: Avoid the Motor Mouth Syndrome

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 30: Avoid the Motor Mouth Syndrome, I’ll give some of the reasons beginner comics stream roll through their shows.

Segues – No Questions – Part 2 – How to Be a Comedian – Tip 29

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 29: No Questions as Segues – Part 2, I’ll point out more amateurish mistakes which make comics look foolish.

Segues – No Questions – How to Be a Comedian – Tip 28

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 28: No Questions as Segues – Part 1, I’ll discuss the overuse of asking the audience a question to bring up a new subject.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 27: Closing Line

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 27: Closing Line, I’ll cover the importance of having a joke to get off stage with a laugh.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 26: Opening Line

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 26: Opening Line, I’ll show the importance of getting that first laugh quickly.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip: 25 – Acknowledge Idiosyncrasies

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 25: Acknowledge Idiosyncrasies, I’ll discuss why comedians need to talk about things the audience may fixate on in order to get their attention back on the show.

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