Judy Carter

Judy Carter



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The Comedy Bible: From Stan...

3.79 avg rating — 419 ratings — published 2001 — 6 editions
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Stand-Up Comedy: The Book

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The Message of You: How to ...

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The Homo Handbook: Getting ...

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Hooking Animals: How to Bri...

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Eat To Live Vegan Cookbook:...

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The Message of You Journal:...

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Higher Ground: A Memoir

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“When a singer sings, he acts out his feelings. Good comics don’t simply tell jokes, they act them out with a very specific emotional attitude. Attitude is the heartbeat of an act. Material cannot be emotionally neutral. Your subject matter has to disgust you, pain you, thrill you, because audiences don’t respond to words, they respond to feelings.”
Judy Carter, Stand-Up Comedy: The Book

“Why put together a stand-up comedy routine? Especially if you’re not planning a comedy career? Because in the very process of creating an act you can become a funnier, wittier, and more confident person in your professional and social life. Sooner or later you’re going to find yourself having to speak in front of people, and if you’re like most of us, public speaking isn’t at the top of your to-do list. Whether you are speaking to the PTA, the PTL, or the PLO, why not get some laughs? Humor is a powerful tool. In business, ideas presented with humor gain more support, and after five, the person who gets more laughs gets more dates.”
Judy Carter, Stand-Up Comedy: The Book

“Humor is therapeutic. Even if you have no intention of ever getting up on a stage, learning how to turn negative, painful life experiences into comedy routines will give you a new perspective on life. Once you can laugh at something, you can stop crying.”
Judy Carter, Stand-Up Comedy: The Book

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