Tips for New Stand Up Comedians from a Seasoned Pro!
Are you a new Comedian? Or maybe you’re trying to break into the field? Here are some great tips from Greg Dean’s Stand Up Comedy Classes Senior Instructor, Gayla Johnson. Gayla is an active actress and stand-up comedian as well as an instructor! She’s got some great advice.
How would you like to advance your career in stand-up comedy at a much faster pace? In fact, it’s been estimated that training in Greg Dean’s methods can shave as much as five years off your runway. If you’re truly serious about your stand up comedy career, you should do yourself a great service and plan on attending our free webinar, How to Build a Stand Up Comedy Routine. Three times to choose from.
Register for our free webinar and see how we help people do that very thing! Not only will you see how you can improve your runway, you’ll get some more great tips for stand up comedians!
Want to Know More about Gayla?
Gayla Johnson has been teaching alongside Greg for nearly two decades, while also working as a stand-up comedian and actress. Gayla Johnson is a talented actress and Stand-up Comedian, appearing on Comedy Central, Comics Unleashed, and Showtime Special, “Fierce Funny Women, Headlining at Comedy Store Improv, Ice House Comedy Club and Laugh Factory Club.
She toured London and Montreal comedy clubs. She also has toured many West Coast Comedy Clubs, such as Laugh Out Loud, Rooster T. Feathers, Laughs Unlimited, and Santa Barbara Comedy Club.
Her Comedy CD “Black Wives Matter” is available on UPROAR Entertainment, ITunes, Amazon and several other online locations.
As an actress, she routinely appears on NBC, ABC, and CBS in TV Shows and Films.
In addition to the numerous Comedy Contests she has won, she was honored as a Finalist in the Las Vegas World Series of Comedy where 300 contestants competed.
Gayla is a Senior Teacher and Co-Owner of Greg Dean’s Comedy Classes. As a 20-year veteran instructor, Producer of the Comedy Classes, and C.E.O. of Greg Dean’s Comedy, she is certified in Dean’s 101 & 201 Comedy Techniques & Events.