Of course you should try standup! Jeremy Segal breaks it down for you. (Part 4 of 5)

Jeremy Segal offers five tips for your first open mic.
Jeremy Segal offers five tips for your first open mic.
  • We’re living in a comedy tsunami! YouTube and Netflix give us push-button laughs 24-7-365. Why not give it a try yourself? Tucson has a half-dozen newbie-friendly open mics a week. Follow CATcomedy520 on Facebook for dates and times. Newcomer Jeremy Segal’s tips can help you and build your confidence.

2. Respect the light.

If you don’t know what the light is, allow me to explain. The light is a device (usually a flashlight) used to tell comics they only have ‘X’ amount of time left. At three minute sets it’ll be thirty seconds left, at five minute sets, one minute. What you should at both is the same. Finish up your current joke and thank the audience. Boom. You’re a pro already.

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