3 simple and free steps and tips on how to look good on Zoom tutorial – or any video calls – Microsoft Teams, Webex & Bluejeans and other video conferencing and group call apps such as Facetime, House Party & Skype. Improve your webcam setup – the angle of your computer’s webcam or device’s camera … Read more
Have you ever felt like you’re stuck in a creative loop? You start a script, get halfway done, but because you can’t figure out the ending, you abandon it, then start a new one. And then it happens again. And again. ►► http://bit.ly/2H4HiFY So writer/producer Dan Harmon tackled this problem. He took centuries of storytelling … Read more
Some great advice from comedian Mark Normand. So as comedians coming up, what are what are some tips you can have as we land this plane here, because this is you know this is all about just comedy in the comedy game and what what are some tips you could maybe share with comics ooh … Read more
Comedian and writer Jen Spyra has penned jokes for Stephen Colbert, the 69th Emmy Awards and multiple satire publications. From her humble beginnings as a student and improvisor at iO in Chicago to her current roles as writer and voiceover performer on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Spyra shows us the skills and experience … Read more
Stand-up comedy teachers, Greg Dean, AKA “The Professor of Stand-Up Comedy,” answers a question about how much of a comedian’s material should be posted on Youtube.
“Hits & Misses” author and former “Saturday Night Live” staff writer Simon Rich walks us through a week of writing for the iconic show. SNL, has been functioning. I believe in pretty much exactly the same way since 1975. On Monday, you meet the hosts more and calls on you one at a time – … Read more
In this video, I talk about 5 TIPS TO CREATE COMEDIC CHARACTERS! First off, get inspired! Just try to pay attention to your surroundings and people you come into contact with, watch on tv or in a movie, or just observe from a distance. You can get inspiration from anywhere. Second – play dress up! … Read more
In this Film Courage video interview, The Happytime Murders Co-Writer Todd Berger talks about how he writes what makes him laugh Transcript Film Courage We had this comment: come in from [ Youtube, subscriber ], Milly Purpose “. How do you know people will laugh or share and have sort of the same humor that … Read more
Interested in humor? Want to know how to summon charisma on command? Always wanted to take acting lessons? HOW TO BE FUNNY talks about three things I’ve learned so far from acting in comedy films. This video focuses on screen acting, but the information can be applied to theatre. Transcript Hello, everybody in this video … Read more
Stand-up comedy classes teacher, Greg Dean, offers several suggestions for dealing with blinding stage lights.