Strengthen Your Funny Bone with Free Comedy Enhancement Techniques
Put down that boring how-to book and register now for the free seminar You Can Do Stand-Up Comedy, a fun and informative session that will offer you insider knowledge about becoming a successful comic. You’ll be treated to the kind of valuable advice you usually have to pay for, then wait two days for delivery.
Taught by established industry pros, this unparalleled–and free–opportunity isSaturday, August 27th, from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM at Gotham Comedy Club.
During these two fact-filled, fraught-with-fun hours, you’ll learn how to get started in stand-up, receive advice on how to take your act to the next level, and hear the inside dope on comedy from people who have been successful at it for years. Join these veteran comics and seasoned producers who are leading the seminar you don’t have to pay for:
Harrison Greenbaum (http://www.harrisongreenbaum.com/bio.html) is a New York City-based stand-up comic and producer. The winner of the 2010 Andy Kaufman Award, he’s been featured on AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live and appeared on MTV, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Spike, the Discovery Channel, and countless other venues. Harrison was also the warm-up comic for ABC’s Katie, starring Katie Couric, and was producer of their prime-time show Would You Fall For That and VH1’s This Is HOT 97.
Wali Collins (http://www.walicollins.com/) is a regular at top comedy clubs around the country, including New York City and Los Angeles, and also headlines and tours clubs in Europe and Asia. His television credits include NBC, CBS, FOX, HBO, ABC, VH1, and Comedy Central. After David Letterman recruited him to be the warm up for his show, Wali performed his stand-up on The Late Show itself. He’s also landed roles in films like the cult hit Coyote Ugly, Nia Vardalos’ I Hate Valentine’s Day, and Chris Rock’s Top Five, as well as being featured in the Oxygen Network’s series Crazy Love. If Wali’s face looks familiar, it’s because you’ve seen him in more than 30 nationally broadcasted television commercials.
Karen Bergreen (http://karenbergreen.com/) has appeared on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, New Joke City, and Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. She has twice appeared at the Comedy Festival in Aspen, as well as at the Marshall’s Women in Comedy Festival and the Kennedy Center. Her television credits include Law & Orderand the Oxygen Network’s Can You Tell. The author of novels Following Pollyand Perfect Is Overrated, Karen performs regularly at the top New York City comedy clubs.
Andy Engel, a comedy producer in New York City for more than 23 years, is both Director of New Talent at Gotham Comedy Club and Founder of the Manhattan Comedy School. His co-producer credits also include Funny Business, which combined A-list comics performing with corporate CEOs, including Carl Icahn, Barbara Corcoran, Donny Deutsch, Jerry Della Femina, Jim Lebenthal and many others. In addition, Andy produced the “Dr. Perry” singles parties, which averaged more than 2,500 people at events held at The Roxy, The Palladium, Limelight, Studio 54, Stringfellows, China Club, The Underground, and Eugene’s.
Don’t forget to take a mere 30 seconds to register for Saturday’s exclusive seminar. Please arrive at 11:00 AM sharp. Pathetic latecomers who failed to appreciate this opportunity must wait for a break to enter the showroom.