Are you ready to take your comedy to the next level?
This workshop will give you the tools & insider information to go next level with your stand-up comedy:
Writing & Editing
Enhancing your on-stage performance
The comedy business
Comedian Joel Byars will lead the workshop. Joel is an Atlanta-based professional comedian. His popular podcast Hot Breath features interviews with professionals in the comedy business on the mastery of comedy. He frequently teaches workshops and leads writing groups in Atlanta.
This class is especially designed for those who have performed at an open mic and/or are booking showcases.
$50 fee payable by cash, Venmo & PayPal. Email to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCATION: Barrister’s Tavern, 1535 Montgomery Hwy, Hoover, AL 35216. Barrister’s is set back from the corner of Montgomery Hwy + Lorna Road. Look for the green “Barrister’s Tavern” awning sandwiched between the EconoLodge & Waffle House. Take EXIT 252 off I-65, the US-31/Montgomery Hwy exit.
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