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Stand-up Club - beBee

Stand-up Club

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Calling all comedians to post your video bits here. If you want to connect to create a global series or just need to create laughter for creation's sake, you can do that here too.

Lastly - there may be some adult or offensive material posted in this group. There are all types of comedy and some of it 'goes there.' We will do our best to ensure inflammatory or hateful posts are immediately removed.
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  1. Christienne Miller
    Calling all comedians! Here's a space to do your bits online. Because beBee is based on connecting with like-minded people in professional and personal ways, I'd like to see what everyone has going on: https://www.bebee.com/group/stand-up-club. I did stand-up in San Francisco and Los Angeles and am ready to do it again! Join me!
    Stand-up Club
    Stand-up Club
    Stand-up Club Calling all comedians to post your video bits here. If you want to connect to create a global series or just need to create laughter for creation's sake, you can do that here too. Lastly - there may be some adult or offensive material posted in
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  2. ProducerChristienne Miller
    Exit Stage Left
    Exit Stage LeftI've spent more than half of my life in the entertainment industry. The auditions and ability to connect with a variety of actors/actresses and directors served me well in a business setting; at least for awhile.When performing on stage or shooting...
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    Comments

    Zack Thorn
    24/05/2016 #3 Zack Thorn
    Work-work-work.....sure is a tough habit to break isn't it @Christienne Miller ? You build a stand up club to showcase comedic talent, then reach back for work related material. I have the same problem on LinkedIn.....sorta. My heart rebels at writing the typical business related material, but about every fifth article my brain steps in and tells me to write something to attract the rubes. Like a carnival barker we have to get them up close and personal before we can reach their pockets/minds [as the case may be]. Sound cynical doesn't it? Well think about it. Just how many ways are there to sell a Tomato ?
    Christienne Miller
    21/05/2016 #2 Christienne Miller
    #1 @Dean Owen - yes. Acting training is great for job interviews. As far as real life situations - absolutely. Actors/actresses who do their homework for a role base everything on real life experiences they (or others) have encountered. When you need to be calm in a chaotic situation or sit in a meeting with people you dislike. I had a couple of non-actor boyfriends who found it difficult to see me perform and then come off the stage or set and into our lives together. They 'never knew' if I was acting or being 'real' with them.
    Dean Owen
    21/05/2016 #1 Dean Owen
    I am thinking auditions must be invaluable training for job interviews. No idea what it is like to be an actor. Does your acting extend into real life situations?