Mind Mapping Your Way to a Killer Set

In this intensive two-hour class you will learn the incredible comedy writing technique of mind mapping. This technique will enable you to:

  • Transform your ideas into original and funny stand-up comedy material.
  • Expand on material you’ve already created. 

This class will be taught by Becky Veduccio*. It will meet on Sunday, September 12th from 3:00pm Eastern Time – 5:00pm Eastern Time on Zoom. 

Tuition: $85 

Class size is limited. To reserve your spot now, email info@comedyinstitute.com or call Micaela at 201-650-5692

*Becky will also be teaching the two-week September online stand up workshop beginning September 21st which includes three group classes, two private sessions, and a virtual ACI show. 


Seats Available: 1
Start Date:  September 12th
Duration: 1 day

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By Phone: call Micaela at 201-650-5692
By Email: info@ComedyInstitute.com

American Comedy Institute
481 8th Avenue, Suite 1145
New York, NY 10001

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Your Standup Comedy Instructors

Becky Veduccio

Becky Veduccio-Langton has been a professional comedian, writer and actress for over 15 years. She has performed standup comedy and improv in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and London and has appeared in commercials, theatre and feature films. She was most recently a contestant on the 2018 season of America’s Got Talent.

Her film work includes Return To Me, Maid In Manhattan and Random Hearts. As a writer, she was chosen as one of Parenting.com’s top five “Fave Mommy Bloggers” for her humorous articles in “Woman Around Town” Magazine. In 2015, she won the New York Press Club Award for Humorous Writing. As an instructor, Becky has taught standup comedy to every age group – from elementary school and teenagers to University students and adults. She believes everyone has a comedic voice! Becky currently lives in Bloomfield, NJ and is the proud mom of three children who she says are the “greatest and most inspirational productions” she could have ever hoped for.