Saturday, March 6, 2010

We're in Asheville, NC

As evidenced by the coverage in the Asheville Citizen-Times.
It plays on everyone's fear of speaking in front of people. It's like the No. 1 fear, in front of snakes, heights, you name it. (And in standup comedy) you don't just have to speak in front of people, you have to make them laugh.

Plus when you're saying something you think is funny, and people don't laugh, most people take that personally. You can't do that. You have to leave the ego at home.
Two shows down, two to go!


DamnCat said...

"...speaking in front of people. It's like the No. 1 fear..."

That's why I only talk behind peoples' backs.

Traci Skene said...

I think having people talk about you behind your back is the No. 2 fear. Personally, it's what I prefer.