Monday, May 27th
12:00 PM Pacific, 3:00 PM Eastern
Author | Speaker | Comedian
Emmy Award Winning Writer | Comedian
Everyone who gets up on stage needs to do audience participation. In comedy clubs, the audience expects it and in corporate gigs, there is nothing more boring than a speaker who insists on a rigid separation of performer and audience. There are many ways to make your presentation interactive that will engage an audience, inject energy and spontaneity, and make you look like a rock star. And… there are things performers do that are huge turn offs.
You're Going To Learn about...
10 techniques to get an audience to participate
Get over the fear of being unscripted
Get over the fear of creating spontaneous moments
Avoid the 3 mistakes that turn audiences off
Who is Dean Lewis?
Dean Lewis has appeared on Last Comic Standing, CNN, The Ellen Degeneres Show and he is the winner of the Wendy’s Clean Comedy Challenge. Dean has also won an Emmy for writing. He has sold material to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and to Ron White.
He has over 25 years experience working in the corporate market.
Who is Judy Carter?
At an early age, Judy Carter discovered that the messes in her life were great comedy material. Judy speaks internationally on using stories as transformation tools and her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal as well as on NPR's All Things Considered and she is also a weekly blogger for Psychology Today.
As an author, Judy doesn't like to brag, but she did write the Bible. No joke, she is the author of The Comedy Bible and her latest book, The Message of You: Turn Your Life Story into a Speaking Career, teaches readers how to become her competition.