In this blog by Greg Dean, Handling Hecklers – Part 4, offers several more tips for dealing with obnoxious morons in an audience.
Heckler lines aren’t as easy to use as you might think. Just because you have a series of great insults memorized doesn’t mean that that’s all there is to handling hecklers. It’s a whole psychological game that you’ll need to learn. Be prepared with a variety of comebacks to fit the different kinds of hecklers.
When you get to the open mic evaluate whether or not it’s possible to do material. Some actually have comics who listen to the other comics. Though rare, if this miracle happens, try some material to get a read on it.
In this article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Structure Part 1, I’ll uncover the first layers of joke structure to show how setup and punch create expectation and surprise.
In this article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Premise Part 3, I’ll discuss the joke premise and the comic voice.
In my previous article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Premise Part 1, I defined …
In this article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Premise Part 1, I’ll define and discuss how to use the association list to create joke premises.
In this article, How to Write Jokes – Association List, I’ll show how to use a list to uncover all of the topic’s details to learn how to write jokes.
In this article, How to Write Jokes – Topic, I’ll define the topic and discuss its role in how to write jokes.
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