Virtual Comedy Workshops
If you are looking for a supportive group to work on your material and stagecraft – I have good news for you!
I’m about to kick off a series of live, virtual comedy workshops over Zoom. These workshops are led by 30-year veteran clean comedian Rik Roberts.
Virtual COMEDY WRITING (Level 2) Workshop [REGISTER NOW]
Take your comedy writing to another level with this laser-focused workshop. This offering is designed for people who are currently performing comedy. It is ideal for those who have taken an online course or workshop with Rik in the past, or who have stage experience and want to advance further. Among other things, you will be challenged during this three-session workshop to:
and much more.
The beauty of it all? You don’t have to go it alone. This will be a true workshop featuring other students who will help you get your results quicker. The only catch? You’ll be helping them, too. Class size is limited. To save your spot, register HERE.
Virtual COMEDY PERFORMANCE Workshop
Wednesdays January 6, 13, 20 from 7-9 PM CST
This is ideal for people who want to improve their stage presence and get feedback on their current material. You will learn how to:
and much, much, more.
The goal is to bring three minutes of material to the session each week. Perform the set and then get feedback on ways to make it clearer, funnier, and more unique. Sound interesting?
Class size is limited to 10 students. To save your spot, register HERE.
BUSINESS OF COMEDY WORKSHOP
Virtual BUSINESS OF COMEDY Seminar
Saturday, January 23 from 1-4 PM CST
The Comedy Business Workshop is a 3-hour tour of the comedy business and all it has to offer. Are you a good fit for this demanding and self-starting career?
You will learn more in this session about the business side of being funny than some comics learn in their entire career. You can take this class without any experience. It is a real eye-opener into the world of comedy as a career.
Among other topics, we’ll discuss …
What goes in my promo kit?
When should I approach the clubs?
How do I get in with bookers?
How do I promote myself? Do I need a web site?
What is deductible?
How much do comedians make?
What market best suits my act?
What is a realistic timeline for my career?
What merchandise sells? Where do I get it?
What should I do for free, and where do I draw the line?
and MUCH, MUCH MORE!