Who do you talk to on the air when it’s just you? There’s no co-host. No producer. No sidekick. Not even a laugh track that giggles to clever lines. How can a personality create conversations on a solo show?

This is clearly a challenge for many performers on the air by themselves. I hear it all the time. Being locked alone in a room, then told to communicate on a personal level by making emotional connections with an invisible audience is hard.

Fortunately, there are some tips and tricks that can help.

Conversations on a Solo Show Tip #1: Conversational Delivery


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