“HOW TO DO STAND-UP COMEDY: Preserving a Dying Art Form” is a comprehensive study of making people laugh. Written by Comedy Hall of Fame board member and Emmy nominated writer, Darryl Littleton this book covers such vital topics as Comedy Fundamentals, Joke Writing, Comedy Styles, Performance Techniques and Work Opportunities.
Invaluable advice to guide any comedian onto the road of success is given by many of comedy’s top legends:
Don Rickles, Dave Attell, Robin Harris, Franklyn Ajaye, , Bernie Mac, Katt Williams, Dick Gregory, Mort Sahl, Paul Rodriguez, Reynaldo Rey, Sid Caesar, Lewis Black, Jamie Foxx, Norman Lear, George Wallace, Jimmy ‘JJ’ Walker, Carl Reiner, Phyllis Diller, Jeff Garlin, Bill Burr, George Carlin, Bill Hicks, Rodney Winfield, Steve Martin, Jonathan Winters, erry Lewis, Jerry Seinfeld, Ricky Gervais, , D. L. Hughley, , Gilbert Gottfried, Joan Rivers, Paul Mooney and many more,
Darryl Littleton is a gifted comic who knows how to write and that's very very rare; there are brilliant black comics out there but most are not writers and you have brilliant black writers who are not comedians. Thank you Darryl for working so hard to capture our history. You make us all proud.