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The Art of Comedy?

The Art of Comedy?

travis    from jebus aka travis's Comedy Zone
 

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It seems in modern times that the world has become a big investment and a sort of dictatorship controlled by the power of money. With everything becoming about gaining as much for yourself that people seem to be losing track of the way a good script can touch someone while they have just commercial uses in mind. Sure there's ways to make profits out of the thing these days we call 'comedy' but the truth is that most people have forgotten the roots of comedy do you think Doug Naylor went out and created 1 script and all of a sudden it was huge? No comedy comes from experience. Today’s times seem to forget this fact with people going out believing they are gods of scripts because they were able to read a tutorial on how to write a script. But the matter remains that nothing compares to your grasp on the matter and your opinion of comedy. And only by advancing that skill are you able to advance yourself as a writer

People believe there are easy to get ahead in your career by listening to others on how YOU should write. And it does help to know what the public wants, but to down grade yourself to the hands of modern days ideas of a great comedy shows that we have hit a downfall in lives as comedians. With things getting harder for us as a unit it becomes like a chore to sit there and let inspiration strike and then try to find ways to get it out there. The best way to start out is comedy for the sake of comedy don’t be trying to advance your status but yourself with criticism and help from others.

The fools these days who define comedy have never looked at its branches and the time it takes to reach levels of a great script writer. As the famous English writer Graham Greene said "We mustn't complain too much of being comedians, it's an honourable profession. If only we could be good ones the world might gain at least a sense of style. We have failed, that's all. We are bad comedians, we aren't bad men."

Thank you to all my viewers. sorry for any mistakes and feel free to look over any of my scripts. And remember we are all comics we just need to find true comedy.



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