So, you’ve booked your venue, and you know how to make your corporate comedy show great, but what about your comedian? What should you know about him?
You’ve hired a comedian for your corporate event. What comes next? Making sure the show is great. That happens with a couple easy steps.
As Louis C.K.’s world crumbled around him, comedians in my Facebook feed started posting: “No! Not Louis!” They were heartbroken by their hero’s downfall.
On paper, it might seem neat to have a comedian at your party/reception/whatever. Your guests gets some yucks, and people love laughing, right? Well, no.
In the film Walk the Line, my favorite moment is when Johnny Cash auditions for Sam Phillips.