Writing with a writer-performer

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We have talked before about co-writing, and co-writing can indeed be a great way for budding comedy writers to develop and improve. But new comedy writers actually want and need to see their work performed: there is only so much progress you can make when your writing remains purely on the page.

It can be particularly fruitful for a comedy writer to find a performer to work with - indeed, writer-performers are, increasingly, the fuel that powers the comedy industry. It might be you have found someone entirely new you can work with, or it might be that, as your...

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