Monthly Archives: August 2011

Blaming the Audience

Dying on stage hurts. There is a cultish and irrational claim by some comics that “it’s never the audience” “don’t blame the audience.” And as frustrating as it is, they’re right. There are audiences populated exclusively by confused tourists who … Continue reading

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Stage time! Bring em’, Bark at em’, or Pay Up!

There is nothing more important to a young comic than getting more stage time. Getting on stage often enough to dull the fear of trying new things is the only way to get better. Open mics often charge money for … Continue reading

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