2 thoughts on “Why You Need To Hang Out In Comedy Clubs As Much As You Perform In Them

  1. Cliff Yates says:

    Great Article, people in the business, need to know you, it’s really not who who you know, it’s who knows you. And thats not always throught performing, it’s about just interacting, networking, and letting people see by your general behaviour and interactions what kind of person you are. Sometimes people place more value on people who are easy to work with and dependable, rather than just talent.

  2. Corey says:

    I only did stand up for 4 years but in that time, sadly,I found spending time around the other comics to be the most difficult aspect of doing comedy. Most were either really nice, but sad and lacking confidence in themselves (depressing) or had too much self esteem and were delusional and arrogant. Between that and the late nights I said “fuck it” and joined crossfit. The stage was fun though.

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