Hearing Voices.

Stand-up comedy must be an incredibly lonely job. I don’t just mean the lonely nights on the road or staying in strange hotels. Standup comedy requires a performer to be on stage alone without a supporting cast. The performer has the audience but even then facing a dark room full of strangers must be intimidating. How do comedians deal with it? In various ways. For comedian Terry Alderton, whose birthday is today, he always brings his own supporting cast with him.

4 Comments

  1. mydangblog

    Wow! I’d ever heard of him, but he’s brilliant! Thanks for sharing:-)

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      I’m glad you like him. I heard about him from a podcast called Comedians Telling Stuff that’s pretty fun.

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  2. Ann Koplow

    He’s new to me, too, Chris. I’m glad I’m part of your supporting cast and you’re part of mine.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Your comments always make me glad you’re part of the cast.

      Reply

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