Free Teleseminar - Performing in the International Comedy Market Hosted by Judy Carter, author of "The Comedy Bible"
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PDT)
Judy Carter’s Teleseminar “International Comedy: Getting Paid to Vacation”
If you’re sick of low paying gigs or gigs that don't pay at all, you might consider listening in on this free Teleseminar where you’ll get information on the International Comedy Scene. Standup comedy might be stagnating in the states, but it’s hot in other countries. Do you know who Russell Peters is? You’ve never seen him on “Letterman” or “Ellen,” but according to Forbes, in one year alone, Peters earned $15 million performing in the Global market.
In this free one-hour Teleseminar, Judy Carter will be discussing opportunities in the International Comedy market. Scheduled to participate are comics from all over the world including South Africa, Hong Kong, Canada, London, Russia, and Peru.
Sign up today as it just might be a life-changing event for you.
- How can you get paid vacations by performing comedy on the International Market?
- How much money comics make in other countries?
- What are the venues Internationally for American comics?
- What International Festivals are the best ways to showcase?
- Can American comedy translate to other countries?
- What are the countries where American comics can succeed?
(Attendees will also be able to ask questions.)
Host: Judy Carter, author of “The Comedy Bible,” standup, and motivational humorist.
Co-Host: Betsy Hunt
Brian Aylward - Brian is a Canadian comic
who has performed in South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia.
He is the founder of Korea's first English-speaking comedy room and finished as
runner-up in the 2008 Hong Kong International Comedy Festival. Currently he
continues his stand-up career back home in Canada.
Eugene Khoza - Eugene is a South African comedian, writer, and television and radio host. He won the Ricoffy Comedy Challenge and was asked to represent his country at the pre-World Cup Cultural Festival in London. He is a multilingual comic who can perform in 5 different languages. At times he will switch languages within a single joke.
Gregory Korostishevsky - Gregory is a Russian comedian and actor who immigrated to the US from Russia. He has appeared in many national commercials, films such as Two days in NY starring Chris Rock, and TV shows like 30 Rock, David Letterman, Ed, and Conan O'Brian. Gregory is bilingual and continues to perform stand-up on the East Coast.
Diana Levine - Diana is a pioneer in bringing stand-up comedy to Peru. After 10 years living and studying in New York, she returned to Lima and has been teaching and performing stand-up since 1999. Diana speaks English, but performs primarily in Spanish.