Peforming Live During COVID? We Have You Covered!

Hey everyone, it’s been a while! We promise we’re still kicking but we are laying low during COVID. We will be back with live shows just not today. In the meantime, there are other indoor and outdoor live shows happening in and around the city that are following proper safety protocols. And a lot of […]

Six Ways to Not Get Booked on Comedy Shows

The very talented Clif Knight recently wrote a helpful article, 6 Ways to Get Booked on Comedy Shows. I would like to follow this article with my own, 6 Ways to NOT Get Booked on Comedy Shows. It may not be as insightful as Clif’s article, but it will make me feel better, having vented […]

Six Ways To Get Booked on Comedy Shows by Clif Knight

So now you’ve got a couple of open mics under your belt, you’ve made the host chuckle a few times and you remember to move the mic stand outta your way. Hopefully you’ve also figured out a bit of your stage presence and have learned How to Deal With Freezing Up On Stage. Now before […]

It’s All in the Delivery: How to Go from Crickets to Applause Break

So, you spontaneously told a joke at the office, and it was a hit. You told the joke again to the parking attendant and he kinda chuckled. Not the same response but you know the joke is funny because everyone in the break room laughed. It was funny…right? At a dinner with the in-laws that […]

New Comedians: How to Choose a Bio Photo

Last week, I covered the topic of How to Write a Bio When You Have Nothing to Brag About Yet. This week I want to talk about choosing your comedy bio photo or headshot. The first thing I’d like to point out is that if you’re brand new to comedy, there is about a 1 […]