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I found this book helpful to organize my thoughts to begin writing my stand-up comedy script. Suggestion of topics was most helpful.Published on May 11 2013 by M. Russell
The book reads ok, but really doesn't portray current comedy styles. May have been good in the 80's, but not now. Her classes are not current either.Published on Oct. 21 2003
I started doing stand-up after taking a class. I must say this book was better than the class! Everything you need to develop your own funny monologue. Read morePublished on Nov. 16 2002 by dasn0wman
A truly incredible book, Carter breaks down comedy performance into very tiny pieces so we ought to be able to produce outstanding material. It leaves me awestruck. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2002
Judy Carter is an LA legend! Known coast to coast as an excelent teacher and standup comic. The industry respects her and so do the comics. This is an excelent book. Read morePublished on June 4 2001
Probably the most useful book on stand up comedy I've read so far and i've been looking around. What amkes this book so great is the fact that it is so detailed. Read morePublished on March 29 2000
After my first time on stage, a professional comic told me I was good but I had to read Judy Carter's book "Standup Comedy - The Book". Read morePublished on Feb. 12 2000 by Mike Peterson, comedycop.com