Happy Global Warming,
I can’t believe how nice the weather has been this winter. The hot air from all these campaigning politicians must have something to do with it.
I wanted to send one last reminder about the upcoming writing class starting Monday. We still have some room in what looks to be an exciting group of students. If you miss this round the next earliest opportunity would be in May or June. Read on for more information on how to sign up.
The 3 session class fee is $200 total
E-Mail me at email@example.com
with the following information to reserve your spot:
First & Last Name
Past Performance Experience (if any)
Method of payment (check, cash, PayPal, Credit Card)
If you are starting from scratch this is your class. If you have “dabbled” in stand-up and can’t find the consistency you need from your material, this is your class. If you write, blog, tweet or just want to find out how to be funnier … this class is for you.
Ask yourself the following questions. Be honest with yourself!
- How solid is your material now?
- Do you know the reason each joke gets a laugh?
- What techniques suit you the best?
- Are you able to mix it up for different types of crowds?
- Can you turn a story into a comedy bit?
- Do your jokes get consistent laughs?
- Are you able to get a laugh every 15 seconds or so?
If you don’t know some of the answers, then you’d benefit enormously from the writing class!
Stand-Up Level One: Writing comes with a ”Lifetime” membership which allows you to attend any and all of the future writing classes at no extra cost.
Performance Class tentatively set for March 5, 12 & 19.
Registration will begin after the writing class is complete. Students who have already taken the writing class have first choice in signing up.
Typically the class fills with these students. If any spots remain open, I will send a notice via this newsletter.
Improv Class tentatively April 16, 23 & 30
Business of Comedy Class dates TBA
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