Judy’s virtual course is based on ‘Stand Up in 10 Steps’

 Judy’s hands-on Workbook is for comedians, corporate speakers, anyone who wants to work on their speaking skills, those planning to do a TEDx and anyone who just wants to be funny!

1-hour Coaching sessions for individuals

Zoom/ Video coaching

100.00 + HST per hour. 

For more details contact Judy

*Group/ corporate prices

are available.



Judy’s private coaching steps will show you:

  • How ANYBODY can write comedy
  • How to stop putting if off and start writing NOW with EASY exercises
  • How to save massive amounts of time and identify three common mistakes new comedians make
  • How to figure out what your ‘hook’ is
  • How comedy is NOT just for stand-ups!

Comedy is a great way to not only get your message to stand out, it can also ensure your message is retained.


Judy Croon is Canada’s Keynote Humorist, a Tedx motivational speaker, comedian, and stand-up coach at Second City. She has worked with many celebrities including; John Cleese, Jon Stewart, and Joan Rivers.
Her specials have appeared on NBC, CBS, CTV and The Comedy Network.

Judy’s coaching was featured in the Toronto Star.
Judy Croon teaches Comedy at Second City

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    Stand Up In Ten Steps’ leaves no comic behind!

25% of proceeds will be donated to City Street Outreach

What former students have to say about Judy’s coaching!

I just wanted to thank you for your guidance and insight during our comedy class. This was something way out of my comfort zone, but you made the process understandable and enjoyable.


(professional speaker, author, strategic consultant)

I came away from Judy’s class with a well-structured five-minute set that effectively harnessed my comedic voice and sensibilities.



There are two kinds of instructors in my opinion: instructors who believe that their own ways and style are the only path to getting better, and instructors who have the grace and open-mindedness to allow students to explore their own unique voice while keeping them on the right track to getting better. Judy definitely belongs to the latter group.