Russian stand-up comedian Filipp Voronin called his work as a boring joke writer at Comedy Club, which requires more skill than a creative component. Voronin stated this in an interview with his YouTube channel. “GAS”.
“This is not a creative dream job, you know, you sit and come out with a scarf like this … It’s a craft. More skill than creativity. Of course, creativity can also be added – to realize some crazy ideas. For example, I like stand-up more because you can make a lot of jokes on stage, in a cafe or on a train, ”said Voronin.
For him, working at Comedy Club lacks this unexpected creativity:
“It’s really boring work. You come in, you sit in an office for two or three, the computer turns on, one person writes, the others make jokes, and it’s all a series of tricks, skits, sketches, etc.
He admitted that he once sent a number reading video to his friends and his friends replied, “It looks like a planning meeting at a factory.” Voronin found this comparison correct.
Formerly Pavel Volya ConfessedSeeing every performance on the Comedy Club stage as a “challenge” .
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