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Stand Up Comedy Intensive

Learn everything you need to become a stand up comedian.

  • Starts Jun 22
  • 1,595 US dollars
  • Doghouse Theater

Available spots

Service Description

Do you have an interest in Stand Up Comedy but not quite sure how to get started? This class will help you understand how to come up with material, how to write a joke, put a comedy set together and how to deliver it on stage. We'll get into everything you need to become a successful comedian. We believe that anyone has the ability to be a good stand up comedian, but very few people have the ability to commit to writing and performing on a regular basis. This class is intense. You are expected to show up for all of the sessions and do all of the work. You will be required to venture out on your own at least once during this class to visit an open mic in addition to one that we will all attend together. If you do the work, follow the process and meet the requirements to pass the class, you'll also receive a certification that you can add to your resume as a nod to future employers and a unique talking point. The main reason for us to host this class is to build new comedians. If your work is solid enough, we'll put you on our stage on Friday nights. Taking this class is not a guarantee that you'll become one of our performers, but it should be your goal in taking this class. Class Structure Overview: Initial Crash course - 6-22-23 3 Writing performance Sessions 06-29 / 07-13 / 08-03 Private One on One Session prior to performance - Scheduled to meet your schedule Open Mic Performance - Date TBD Comedy Venue Visit - Date TBD Final Performance - 08/17 Stand Up Comedy skills are a life asset: Memorization Identifying funny situations Observing your own life to be objective Dealing with difficult people Make light of any situation Idea Generation and brainstorming Confidence Casey Casperson, the instructor and founder of Sick Puppies Comedy, has been a stand up comic since the late nineties. He has worked with great comedians like Pauly Shore, Marc Curry, Larry the Cable Guy (back when he was known as Dan Whitney), Kevin Meaney, Kid of "Kid n Play" (Christopher Reid), Bill Bellamy, Mike Armstrong and many other great Stand Up Comedians. Today, he is active in the Improv Community as the owner of Sick Puppies Comedy. Sick Puppies Comedy performs over 80 times a year and travels around the country to perform privately, publicly and in well known festivals, like UCB's Del Close Marathon.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

  • Doghouse Theater, Northwest 5th Avenue, Delray Beach, FL, USA


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