Apr 13, 2022
In Welcome to the Food Forum
Guo Degang can have his current status in the cross talk circle, in fact, "well said" is only part of the reason. If you pull the growth timeline of Deyun Club, you will find that the vigorous discussion of "professionals and laypeople" was also a very important reason. For example, this "Rocket Expert Theory" that has been guided into countless works and interviews: "If an expert argues with a layman, it is a layman. For example, I said to a rocket scientist, your rocket is not good, and the fuel is not good. I think it is necessary to burn wood, preferably coal. If that scientist looks me right in the eye, he loses." In short, in Guo Degang's view, only by recognizing and abiding by telemarketing list these "experts' homework", and trying not to leave room for "laymen", can the cross talk industry have the possibility of upward and healthy development, commonly known as "don't let bad money drive out good money". And it is precisely under such perseverance that cross talk, which was almost assimilated by other forms of comedy, became an art form with a high threshold for participation, and it also repositioned a correct development track in the atmosphere of high threshold. After hatching in 2006, crosstalk came out of the "party stage" and the golden age of club theaters emerged one after another. However, even if the story has a happy ending, Guo Degang's "persistence" has always been accompanied by a lot of controversy. For example, Guo Degang identified the four subjects of cross talk as "speaking and learning to sing", and Mr. Ma Ji believed that he should keep pace with the times as "speaking, learning and singing", and even "singing" does not have to insist on only singing "Taiping lyrics". To put it simply, although people admit that cross talk does need a solid basic foundation, they are also worried that too persistently raising the threshold for participation in cross talk and too persistently distinguishing between "inside and outsiders" of cross talk will make the attitude toward cross talk change again. It has become a very "narrow" art form, so that a broader market has been lost?