Stand-Up Comedy Classes Shows Clips
Proof and results of how powerful Greg Dean’s Stand-Up Comedy Classes Shows Los Angeles in the form of the stand-up comedy classes shows students performing at the World Famous Comedy Store in Hollywood. These fun stand-up comedy shows clips are the results of Greg Dean’s Stand-Up Comedy Classes students collaborating in joke writing and proper performing technique. Check them out and enjoy. More About Greg Dean.
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What you may want to notice in these clips are all the techniques successfully used by my students. Many of these clips are of my students going on stage for the very first time to do my stand-up comedy classes shows. For instance, take note of how these students pause during the laughs. When people are nervous or scared they’ll often talk faster than those voice over guys at the end of drug commercials. I work with my students and teach them where their jokes and remind them to stop talking during laughs. This is may seem simple, but when I’m up against people’s greatest fears it takes training to help them enjoy the laughter they’ve created.
Next, notice how my students hold the microphone and that it disappears and you as the audience never even noticed it’s there. I watch so many stand-up comedy classes shows with beginner students and their teachers aren’t training them in good mic technqiues. The mic should be held below the chin so when you say “B” or “P” or “What,” the mic doesn’t create a popping or whooshing sound. Again, simple, but it must be taught.
I’m not going to point out to you everything my students are doing right as this page will become a novella. So the last thing I’ll point out is joke structure. Jokes have a very specific structure and most stand-up comedy teachers don’t teach it becasue they don’t know it. In fact most comedy teachers don’t even teach joke writing, instead they tell you what they think is funny. I teach my students how to write jokes so when they leave my classes they are able to write and develop material independent of me.