Your experience probably does give you more of an advantage than other magicians who have no stage experience whatsoever. However, the two entertainment forms are still quite different. I mean, could you imagine Jerry Seinfeld doing a Lance Burton style stage show?
Seriously though, if you have a comedic stage background, then draw upon that to determine whatever stage effect you want to perform. Make sure that the illusion lends itself to lots of comedy by play and turn the thing into one whole comedy skit rather than just a simple trick.
Something I would recommend is an item like the costume trunk. You have various trays of costumes in an otherwise empty trunk. A spectator picks one of the costumes and throws it into the trunk. The trunk is closed and immediately, an assistant appears wearing the chosen costume.
I did this at a school stage show once. The costumes were ladies evening gowns. The student picked one and tossed it in the trunk. A second later, the lid t the trunk swung up and up popped the 200 pound make principal of the school, dressed in the evening gown! It was absolutely hilarious.
Of course, you could have a lot of comedic by play with the spectator and the evening gowns before they are tossed in the trunk. The lead in to the trick itself will easily give you 6 to 7 minutes for the whole illusion.