Have you ever thought of what it would be like if you created a bit of comedy, performed it in front of an audience, and ended up with an hour of mediocre jokes? If you did, that means that you are thinking too highly of yourself. This comic has been working on his comedy for over 7 months, put on over 13 performances, and had more than 100 of his jokes recorded, and all he has to show for it is an hour of mediocre jokes about his allergies.
Want to know how to write a joke? Comedian and comedy writer Jan McInnis steps you through the joke writing process. You don’t have to be a comedian to write humor, anyone can do it. check this joke writing video out. This video is an insightful and informative dive into the world of comedy. The […]
TV comedy writer, director and producer Armando Iannucci (The Thick Of It, In The Loop, Veep, I’m Alan Partridge, Time Trumpet) talks about how he chooses comedy collaborators, explains how US-style group-written shows work, and identifies the vital qualities a comedy writer needs. Comedy Trade SchoolComedy Trade School is a community for comedy creators. ComedyTradeSchool.com
Bonnie McFarlane is not only capable of a great stand-up set, she is also a highly regarded writer. Her career took off almost immediately, and though she had some failed pilots early on, she has been able to maintain a healthy career for 20 years by not limiting herself to stand up alone. Here Bonnie […]