Comedians Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley of the viral webseries #IMOMSOHARD bring you their 2-person stand-up show filmed live at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, WI. The two share their honest and self-effacing humor on topics ranging from friendship, periods, sex after marriage, body image, and parenting failures. Combining stand-up, improvisation, the audience’s own purses, and wine, the high-energy show unites their almost entirely female audience in a collective sigh of relief and uproarious laughter. Because, hey: You’re not in this alone, ladies. Jen and Kristin will be your best friends, because you need friends to survive motherhood.
In his first one-hour stand-up special, funnyman Aaron Karo raises the comedy bar as he uncorks his witty observations on bridesmaids' speeches, tanked-up friends who always start fights and the perils of being a 30-year-old bachelor.
Adam Mamawala is one of the good ones. His debut album proves that as he looks inward on himself and realizes what makes someone a good one and how to become a good one, and tells us in the hopes of the audience doing the same.
Adam Newman returns to Athens, GA for "Fuzzies," recorded at the Georgia Theatre where he used to work as a security guard. In his first hour long special, Adam dissects newly discovered Jetsons debauchery, overshares his experience being in gay porn, delves into obscure B-Horror movies, and gets downright dirty sharing some Presidential erotic fan fiction. “Fuzzies” truly has something for everyone. Plus, Adam breaks new comedy ground by setting the record for World's Highest Mic Drop!
Adam Sank, one of the most recognized and accomplished openly gay stand-up comics in the country, is coming to you "Live From The Stonewall Inn" with his debut album, full of his thoughts on straight guys' balls, Grindr, and more.
Storyteller Adam Wade has won the Moth's GrandSLAM a staggering 20 times, so you know he can tell a good story. He spit his best of the best when he recorded his debut storytelling/comedy album, The Human Comedy, at The Bell House in Brooklyn.
Ali Wong's stand up special delves into her sexual adventures, hoarding, the rocky road to pregnancy, and why feminism is terrible.
Follow comedian / actor Alice Wetterlund as she reveals her personal struggles with peeping toms, cat-rearing, alcoholism and the secret alien conspiracy behind new country music in her breakout comedy special. Best known for her scene stealing roles in HBO’s "Silicon Valley" and the comedy ensemble film "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates", Wetterlund shines in this tour de force hour long special taped at the Gothic Theater in Denver, CO.
In this day and age if it were all heavy it wouldn’t be a comedy special, it would be a depression special, and Alonzo Bodden is very aware of this. That’s why he goes back and forth, from Heavy to Lightweight, because he knows we need a break from news in comedy. Police description might be “big, scary black guy” but he’s regularly on NPR. How scary could he be? He isn’t afraid to talk about topics like slavery, then cell phones, the #MeToo Movement then millennials, Kanye and Taco Bell and a little bit about Israel too. He likes to mix it up and he hopes you will join him for a laugh and a think or two.
Alonzo touches upon every subject from tsuamis to terrorists, Democrats to desperate housewives, marriage to midgets, and more. Shot at the historic El Portal Theater in Los Angeles, Alonzo brings down the house with hilarious comedy.
Bilingual entertainer Andrew Kennedy proves he is one of the most hysterical comedians today on his album Almost Black.
Half Mick, half WOP, Andrew Santino returns to his hometown of Chicago for the debut of his hour special "Homefield Advantage." Santino touches on everything from growing up thinking he was black, his disgust with bachelorette parties, his bout with severe acne and his envy of male porn stars; "these guys can throw a rope across the room." Shot at the historic Vic Theater, Santino's special gives viewers an authentic taste of the city made of Italian beef, Old Style and deep dish. Santino walks us through his hometown stopping at landmark moments of his life that have shaped him into the hard headed, clever, comic that he is today.
Seattle-born Andy Haynes has established himself as a comic to watch with performances on Conan, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and the New Faces showcase at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival. His first album "Greatest Hits," recorded live in San Francisco takes on coffee nazis, his favorite drugs, and some impromptu cat jokes.
With good natured rage, comedian and professional trouble maker Andy Kindler ridicules popular culture, show business, and himself in this intimate stand-up comedy performance.
Take a step back in time to Andy Kindler’s very first annual State of The Industry Address at Just For Laughs in 1996. Enjoy the laughs, tears, and recriminations as the king of complaining tells it like he thinks it should be. When all else fails Andy is happy.
Filmed at The Virgil in Los Angeles, Andy Peters debuts his first stand-up special. Fearless and often off-the-cuff, Andy litters the show with playful self-deprecating bits, a healthy dose of "screaming at strangers" and a nonstop stream of riffs.
Former "Beards of Comedy" member Andy Sandford gives an hilarious and entirely open look at the highs, lows, and absolute pits of his life in this hilarious live special recorded in his home town of Atlanta.
As seen on Conan and Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Andy Sandford is one of New York’s most sought after comedians. Returning to his home club, Atlanta’s Star Bar, Andy’s sharp wit is showcased in his first hour special. In Shameful Information, Andy tackles a vast array of important issues, such as burrito privacy, farting on airplanes and how a mixup at McDonalds can lead to the greatest day of your life.
Filmed at the Hawaii Theater in Honolulu, Hawaii, Anjelah Johnson's fourth stand-up comedy special dishes on awkward massages, home invasions, spiders and being a full-grown child.
Actress, comedian and YouTube sensation, Anjelah Johnson, riffs on everything from nail salons and Gypsies to Mexican moms and super-sleuthing Liam Neeson.
Hold onto your Lee press-ons! From emergency landings to roofies that haven't ever worked, to a queer eye that makes the Fabulous Five sneer, Ant is irrevocably one of the funniest talents to come to America's living room.
With April Macie's irreverent brand of overtly sexual humor she attempts to break down troubling double-standards and lend her voice to women everywhere. She travels the world collecting stories and experiences, which she then translates into humorous, relatable tales in front of audiences worldwide. And she hopes to change the world by empowering women, “One dick joke at a time."
Armed with his ferociously aggressive style of comedy, MADTV alum, Aries Spears takes the stage in Philadelphia for "Comedy Blueprint". No one, not black, not white, not gay, not straight is safe from his jokes and impressions.
Arnez is back in in his element as he performs gutbusting impressions and tells stories of his family life in this one-hour special. His spastic comedy will leave you howling.
Taped in front of two sold out crowds at the Studebaker Theater in his hometown of Chicago; this stand up comedy special is the culmination of Barry’s real life experiences interwoven with over fifteen years as a stand up comic.
I like to think of the Archaeologist from a more advanced society who would dig up this album hundreds of years from now, listen to it, and wonder why we needed a comedian like Barry Crimmins in the early days of the millennium. What would be the purpose of a person standing on a stage getting big laughs stating obvious facts that were already accepted by even the youngest of children in his modern society? The only society that doesn’t need a Barry Crimmins would already have hundreds of millions of Barry Crimmins.
Ben Rosenfeld creates smarter comedy for smarter people. The Russian Optimist blends his family’s experience as Russian Jewish immigrants in America with his philosophical beliefs, political observations, and unique characters.
Almost banned on Russian iTunes, Ben Rosenfeld’s album The United States of Russia is a hysterical look at life from a Russian born, American raised comedian. In his sarcastic and original style, Ben discusses his immigrant parents and outsider childhood, millennials, terrorism, the current political climate, and adjusting to life as a newlywed.
Simply The Beth is Beth Stelling at her "beth" as she delivers well-constructed jokes that are smart and fearlessly funny with topics ranging from fleshlights to hysterectomies.
This EP was released in honor of the 50th anniversary of Bill's birth, featuring five tracks of unreleased material from Bill as a 21-year-old.
Hicks developed a more complex plan for Arizona Bay, alternating music and comedy and painting a portrait of life on the beach after the “big one” dropped California into the Pacific Ocean.
This is Bill Hicks' portrait of life on the beach after the “big one” drops California into the Pacific Ocean. This extended version is a raw and uncut show that comprised the original Arizona Bay album. Now fully-restored, much longer, and without music, hear Arizona Bay like an audience did when it was first recorded and revel in Bill’s genius once more.
On his hilarious first album Hicks unleashes his thoughts on homelessness, smoking, drugs, and porn. While it may seem dark and cynical, it’s sunny compared to the work that follows.
The Essential Collection encompasses Bill Hicks’ short but powerful career as a satirist, social critic, and stand-up comedian. It features over two hours of Bill’s best stand up material spanning his entire career including never-before-released bits from a San Ramon, CA performance, a collection of 11 original songs entitled “Lo-Fi Troubadour”, and two digital exclusives- a song called “Ice Cold Macaroni”, and “The Adventure”, a 30 minute travelogue of Hicks talking into a tape recorder on a car trip from New York City to Little Rock, Arkansas.
An unreleased live performance recorded in ’91 before what Hicks dubbed “the worst audience I’ve ever faced.” He whips out every trick in the book to win them over. The show is magic.
An incendiary album of unreleased material culled from the multitude of live recordings Hicks made for personal use from the mid ‘80s until his death in ’94.
Featuring the best of Dangerous, Relentless, Arizona Bay, and Rant In E-Minor, Philosophy creates the feel of one incredible live performance.
Perhaps his most explosive recorded work, Rant In E-Minor sees Hicks broaden the range of his comedy and further hone his satirical wit.
Rant In E-Minor: Variations is Bill Hicks’ most brilliant album in its raw form with no music interludes. The original release was compiled from multiple shows in Austin, Texas and other locations; this version is one of those Austin evenings, October 24th, 1993. It contains Hicks’ classic material, never-before-heard bits, and some new twists on some of everyone’s favorites.
In this classic special from 1992, comedian Bill Hicks tells us how he feels about non-smokers, blow-jobs, religion, war, peace, drugs and music.
Recorded at the Centaur Theatre at Just For Laughs in July 1991, Bill Hicks’ Relentless: Live In Montreal was his international breakout performance. It led to two sold-out tours in the UK over the next two years, culminating in the recording of Revelations in London in November 1992. Bill’s insights that night into religion, pornography, drugs, war, news, rock stars and smoking are now available for you listening pleasure.
This 2-hour album captures Hicks at the height of his powers in a legendary performance at Oxford University.
In Live from Oklahoma, Bill visits the Brady Theater in Tulsa, Oklahoma for his 11th HBO stand-up special. Some of the topics he takes on include the current state of U.S. politics, religion and aging.
Billy Gardell, the star of CBS' hit comedy "Mike and Molly," returns home to Pittsburgh, where all the funny began for him, in a one-hour live event that celebrates working-class America.
Network-safe funnyman Bob Saget transforms himself into a spectacularly foul-mouthed explainer and raconteur in this live stage show from Seattle.
Grammy nominated comedian Bob Saget returns to his home, on the stand-up stage, in his new special, Bob Saget: Zero To Sixty. Filmed as a warm embrace in these troubling times, the comedy legend declares himself to be the last TV father you can trust in this R’ish rated hour of entertaining stories, riffing with the audience, words of wisdom, and new original comedy songs.
Comedian, actor, screenwriter, improvisor, and engineer, Bobby Comedia, represents his hometown of Venezuela on his debut album.
Brent Weinbach is weird. In this show, Brent attempts to adjust his quirky personality so that he can fit in with the world around him, which would be valuable to his career as a comedian and entertainer. Through an absurd and abstract discourse, Brent explores the ways in which he can appeal to a broader, mainstream audience, so that ultimately, he can become successful in show business.
In his first hour-long comedy special, Twitter sensation Brian Gaar tackles everything from the challenges of fatherhood to trying to keep his gamer cred in his 30s. Filmed live at the Spider House Ballroom in Austin, Texas.
In his latest special, Posehn laments the recent loss of his heroes. He also professes re-found love for a certain sci-fi franchise, and manages to rip on a few recent bands like the aging rocker he is. It's personal, silly, profane, dry and screwed up and sometimes all at once. It's Posehn / 25x2.
In Brian Posehn's new standup special, "The Fartist," he raises the questions every parent needs to ask. Like when's the right time to tell your kid about Star Wars, or how much should you tip a stripper?
Filmed and created at The World Famous Comedy Store on Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood, CA, Stevens assumes the "Sam Kinison spot", leading this late night audience on a journey showcasing his unique banter, upbeat music, classic jokes and positive punchlines.
Filmed live in Seattle, Joel McHale introduces us to his friend and fellow comedian, Brooks McBeth. Brooks has an edgy, but yet still endearing style of comedy that has made him a favorite at comedy clubs across the country.
Brooks Wheelan was a cast member on Saturday Night Live, and performed on CONAN, Adam Devine’s House Party, and at the New York Comedy Festival as a part of Comedy Central’s Top 10 Comics to Watch. He was also a breakout performer at both the Just for Laughs Festival and the Comedy Central South Beach Comedy Festival. He is known for his unique stand-up, addressing his sharp and sometimes dark observations of American life.
Bryan Callen records his third special in Chicago’s historic Thalia Hall and reconsiders our debate on all things equality. He rails against our tendencies to turn each other into nouns like black, white, immigrant, Muslim, gay, straight, man, woman, and instead suggests that the best way to navigate our current culture war is to think of our fellow humans not as a fixed label, but as verbs.
Bryan Callen struggles with which definition of masculinity to embrace. His example growing up was his giant of a father. A marine. A man built for war. A man hairy enough to walk up to a bee hive naked and start eating honey without a problem. Bryan did not grow into his father. Bryan is a man but a man built for dance not war. This is his struggle.
For her bachelorette party, purveyor of fine jokes, Cameron Esposito, decided to go a different route - making people pay to see her stand up and tell jokes for her first special. Now she's got your attention and she’s got some harsh truths for you, discussing topics such as marriage equality and gun control to the secrets of a women's locker room. You'll love her! Afterall, she's Marriage Material.
In her debut album, Soy Mujer y Hago Show, Catalina describes herself as the guru of failed romances, always ending up with the crazies, weirdos and mama’s boys. Catalina also discusses society’s pressure for women to look perfect, which is probably why women torture themselves with things like uncomfortable underwear. As Guzmán reveals, a man can either have a beautiful woman or a calm and collected one, but never both. Soy Mujer y Hago Show was recorded live in Bogotá, Colombia for a crowd of over 500.
On his debut comedy album "The Shallow End", Chris Franjola, relives his experiences on the road with tales of blood-smeared hotels and the world’s most unusual strip club. A writer and performer on E!’s hit show “Chelsea Lately”, Franjola has starred on the critically acclaimed scripted comedy series “After Lately" and is the host of the “Sons of Anarchy” after-show “Anarchy Afterword”. When he isn’t busy writing and acting, he’s performing stand-up on the road, headlining venues across the country.
Since making a splash as a NEW FACE at the prestigious Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in 2011, Chris’s edgy stand-up has earned him a following in New York’s alternative comedy scene. He hosts the stand-up and panel talk show, The Show. His new podcast THE WEEK is part of Stand Up NY Comedy Clubs new “Labs” network. Chris can be heard on the SiriusXM Stars “Wake Up with Taylor”, and seen on “The Artie Lange Show”. Recently, Chris has written for the The Howard Stern Show and AXS TV’s Roast of Corey Taylor. He is also the founder of DoucheChillz.com
Chris Porter discusses everything from hipsters ruining food, to being a man, to playing beer pong with celebrities, in his 3rd one hour special. No politics. No religion. No racism. Just a man from Kansas…Live in Colorado.
"Last Coming Standing" alum, Chris Porter, gives his look on drugs, growing old, women’s fashion, and his love for Taco Bell.
Chris Turner's intelligent wordplay and improvised freestyle raps have established him as one of the best up-and-coming comics on the international circuit. "Pretty Fly", recorded at The Hollywood Improv, is an impressively crafted masterpiece that is extremely quick-witted and clever.
The astute, foppy-sounding personal comedy of Christian Finnegan strikes a chord in his latest comedy special, The Fun Part. Disarmingly honest and brutally charming, Christian treasures every aspect of life - from traveling the globe to inconvenient bodily functions.
All The Same is Clayton English’s long-awaited debut album. The Atlanta native gets real with the audience talking about some important topics in this current world climate, ranging from racism and education to weed and cereal.
Cocoa Brown assails her craft with such passion and soul-searching veracity that when she claims a stage, the ensuing act is nothing short of a force of a nature. Cocoa draws from painful reminiscences and hard-knocked lessons, weaving humorous tales that uplift, upend, and upgrade what you thought you knew about comedy. What drives the comic who female fans have nicknamed “The Truth?” The sheer will of a woman who survived the worst life had to offer and is still standing.
Filmed live in Tarrytown, NY, long-time comedian, Colin Quinn, brings up some excellent points about America's history. Laugh out loud to this stand-up special while learning a thing or two!
Craig Ferguson unleashes his trademark stream-of-consciousness comedy before a sold-out crowd, riffing on fatherhood, Helen of Troy and shark penises. His show's not safe for kids -- or the easily offended!
A live finale performance from a 35 year stellar comedy career, given by the Lovemaster/Laughmaster himself - Craig Shoemaker. Performed live from the place he recorded his first cd - the legendary Icehouse in Pasadena, California.
Politically insightful legendary comedian, D.L. Hughley, takes the stage at the Regency Theatre in San Francisco. Hughley riffs on current affairs and reviews everything from legalizing marijuana to the value of having nosey white neighbors.
A brand new comedy special, featuring the world-renowned D.L. Hughley, one of the most popular and highly recognized standup comedians on the road today.
Raw and brutally honest is a good way to describe the stand-up comedy of Damon Millard. From his humble roots in the trailer park, to the insanity of living in New York City, Shame, Pain, And Love hits all the stops on the rollercoaster of his life.
Dan Cummins sets to impress with his new release, Don't Wake The Bear. Cummins offers the audience his own brand of odd, featuring his trademark unusual, yet pointed observations, mixed with a slight twist of delusion. Unabashedly tackling any subject from gun control laws to raising a child that is clearly smarter than you, Dan Cummins unloads some of his funniest material to date! Directed by Adam Rothlein and filmed over two sold-out shows at the historic Salt Lake City venue, The Depot, this is a comedy extravaganza not to be missed.
Dan Levy works his way from a zebra to a lion in his new special. From his personal trainer texting him at 4am, to watching the movie "Frozen" with his kids at 6am, to even getting mugged in Beverly Hills, Dan is not afraid to talk about his exhausting life. He also shares his crippling HGTV addiction and what it's like raising a tiny Matthew McConaughey. Bonus: he'll also teach you how to cheat the massage parlor system.
Funnyman extraordinaire Dan Levy's debut stand-up album "Running Out Of Minutes" releases his talents as he introduces himself, and takes on the modern world.
Dana Gould takes on the absurdities of modern life through a pop-culture obsessed lens. Unapologetic and off-the-wall funny, there's no middle ground in this comedy special filmed at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA.
Daniel Muggleton’s long-awaited debut album, Let Me Finish, was recorded live at The Comedy Store in Sydney, Australia, where he resides. Daniel’s takes on racism, porn, dating, sex, and more make it very clear why he is the leader of a comedy revolution down under.
Australian comedian Daniel Muggleton returns to his hometown Sydney to record his debut special ‘Let’s Never Hang Out’ at Oxford Art Factory. His blunt and honest stand-up is a breath of fresh air and has made him a favourite in Australia, USA & UK. Daniel explains why he doesn’t need to worry about terrorism, being too drunk at McDonalds and how even though he’s an only child, he’s still not the favorite.
An all new special with tales of Saturday Night Live, stand-up and other mind altering mayhem from the life of Darrell Hammond. Beginning with his childhood in Florida to standing in the Oval Office, Darrell details the stories and sagas in between.
Relatively Well follows Dave's journey to survive a world that seems intent on crushing his spirit. Everything's on the table, from the people who don't believe in science, to his misadventures in the romance department.
A versatile performer, Dave prides himself on his ability to reach a wide range of audiences, transcending age, race, gender, height, and weight via his real life experiences of growing up in Atlanta and living out of a van in LA.
Shot in Asheville, N.C. during the summer of 2018, this latest special covers a multitude of subjects. From being a new dad, who happens to be hyper aware of hacky “new dad” bits, and the joys and terrors of a “couples colonic,” to American life in the Trump era, all told in the unmistakable provocative style of David Cross - America’s original Southern Gentleman. Share the laughter, the tears, the gasps, and the salty language that you’ve come to know and love. Stare into the abyss one more time until the next time and see what makes David Cross one of the top 400 comics in America today.
“Uncooked” is the newest comedic effort from David Dyer. “Effort” makes it sounds like he’s really trying this time...and he is. Recorded on the Saturday after Thanksgiving at Dr. Grins in Grand Rapids, MI, Dyer takes advantage of a crowd saturated with tryptophan and whiskey to create a festive and grateful environment. Topics spanning from game shows to lawn care are covered carte blanche. It’s an intimate recording where all of the nuances that make a show in a comedy club so engaging and rich are left in. It’s funny, smart, and raw…it’s “Uncooked."
Operating out of an undisclosed research facility, a bizarre robo-scientist and his human-animal assistants test hypotheses. Hans Burger (David Huntsberger) is thrust into action, performing to explore the makeup of the human mind.
Space Ranger is the magnum opus of the alien-obsessed, puppet-wielding train buff, David Liebe Hart. Known from his appearances on Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! And other Adult Swim shows, Liebe Hart's recent collaborations with producer/composer Jonah Mociun have propelled his endearingly odd music to new heights. Featuring guests like fellow spaceman, Kool Keith, and Tim & Eric co-star, Tennessee Luke, Space Ranger is a weird, hilarious, and wildly eclectic rollercoaster ride.
Dennis Miller examines the current state of our Union. From the antics of those running Washington, to the blunders of President Obama’s healthcare initiative, to our wild efforts to save the planet one light bulb at a time, his take on today’s America is both hysterical and painfully right on target. Filmed at the Barclay Theatre in Irvine, California.
Five-time Emmy award winner Dennis Miller takes on the current climate like no other can in Fake News, Real Jokes! From selfies and airline travel to Trump and journalists, he delivers his signature critical assessments in his low key style that has been deemed by The Hollywood Reporter as "the most cerebral, astute and clever standup ever”.
In Mucho Macho, Diego Camargo tackles relationship issues such as how women can remember every minute detail from years ago, but still can’t figure out where they parked their car. Camargo further theorizes that the real reason that men won’t ask for directions while driving is because of their inability to multitask. The Colombian comedian does admit, however, that despite their bravado, Latin men are actually scared to flirt with women due to a fear of rejection. Mucho Macho en Vivo Desde Bogotá was recorded live for a crowd of 450 in one of Bogotá’s hottest nightclubs on the outskirts of the Colombian capitol.
Doogie Horner, comedian, writer, and artist, riffs on sex buffets, small hats, and dollar pizza on his debut comedy album, A Delicate Man, which he closes with the best eagle joke you'll ever hear.
Doug Benson, High Times 2006 Stoner of the Year, delivers in his first comedy special filmed at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle. He responds to audience Tweets with the blunt truth, performs impressions and tells some hilarious stoner stories. Enjoy, it’s a real hit from start to finish.
Named after Hitler's failed coup attempt, "Beer Hall Putsch" takes you into acerbic comic DougStanhope's twisted mind at a gig filmed in Portland.
Doug Stanhope has traveled the world and made himself a real comedian's comedian. Check him out with comedians' comedian's comedians Brendon Walsh, Morgan Murphy, and Glenn Wool in this comedy special shot during Austin, TX's South by Southwest.
Doug Stanhope performs live in his hometown of Bisbee, Arizona, tackling an assortment of hard-hitting issues, from caring for the mentally-ill, to Vietnam vets, being locked up abroad and why everyone should kick like they kick. Watch him battle ISIS for the disenfranchised, angry youth.
Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist was a wildly successful, innovative, and hilarious show on Comedy Central that ran for six seasons. In it, Jonathan Katz performed as the therapist to a host of big name comics coming to terms with their neuroses. The amazing cast also included Laura Silverman and Jon Benjamin as regulars, and the show popularized the Squigglevision animation style. In January of 2008, a live version of Dr. Katz was staged with the original lineup and featured BJ Novak, Eugene Mirman, and Andy Kindler as the guest star patients. This is the result.
Dwayne delivers his first hour special with a smooth, incredibly likable style and charisma that draws you in. His comedy has tapped into the harsh truth and you will immediately understand why the world should... take note!
Eddie Griffin proves once more that he’s one of the world’s premiere comedic talents in this stand-up special You Can Tell ‘Em I Said It. Eddie unapologetically rips into everything from racial stereotypes to Viagra to the First Lady and will leave you gasping for air as he buzzes around the stage and literally climbs the walls. This stand-up special live from Oakland, California will keep you laughing long after he exits the stage and coming back to watch it again and again.
Comedic force of nature Eddie Pepitone delivers a darkly funny, rage-fueled performance in Brooklyn, where he discusses the perils of being a male model, speaking to his dog like his therapist, and the death of the American Dream.
What does every Brooklyn girl in show business dream of? Being on Broadway, of course. Elayne Boosler, Broadway Baby, fulfills that dream. It is funny and smart, and it set the bar for creative, full production opening scenes in standup specials. It's a full musical comedy opening shot live, right down Broadway, followed by one of the funniest specials ever.
Elayne Boosler, Live Nude Girls, was performed at the Majestic Theater in Dallas, TX. Elayne, though a New Yorker, has proven throughout her long career that great comedy, based in human emotion and experience, speaks to everyone. This show is hilarious, and like all Elayne's other shows, has the balance that keeps women, and men, laughing at themselves and their foibles. Elayne has never considered herself a "female" comic, whatever that is. She is a comedian who speaks to everyone.
Groundbreaking. The first one hour standup comedy cable special by a woman. Self-financed as Elayne saved up a little money and got tired of years of them saying "no", while every male comic was already on his second special. After nationwide rave reviews, it opened the floodgates for women in standup comedy.
Where do you go after Broadway? Omaha, of course. Elayne Boosler, Top Tomata, was voted "Special of the Year" by the readers of Cable Guide Magazine, a big deal back then! This show was actually performed live from Omaha, initially for ninety minutes, without any delays, editing, or stopping. It was the truest "live" standup comedy special ever. Again, the opening Elayne wrote for this special, a literal play based on the old "Top Banana" Broadway show, is so on the money, it could have been written just yesterday.
Elon Gold unleashes his sharp, biting humor in his comedy special Chosen & Taken. His manic wit transcends race and religion to celebrate the absurd things people do.
The comedian returns to flip convention on its ear! While eviscerating subjects like white guilt, the national anthem and the righteously religious, he's simultaneously skewering his own sense of male entitlement.
Ester tells us why the worst part about being a comedian are her co-workers, why threesomes in LA would just be a scheduling nightmare and questions if Picasso’s mom criticized his career path too in her debut album, Ester Steinberg: Hebrew School Dropout.
Amidst the trials and tribulations of the everyday life of a comedian, six up and coming stand-up comics prove that Everything Is Fine when they let their passion for comedy and the trust in their routine guide them.
Argentine comedian Ezequiel Campa explores various topics about his family life, from his depressed mother who brings everyone into her depression, to growing up with a father who was so cheap that he had to share his birthday party with another child in the neighborhood. En Vivo y En La Hierba also touches upon issues such as sexism in Latin America, the death of romanticism and how, unlike Latinos, people in the United States throw things away even if they’re not broken.
Pigeons, NBA Jam, a Disney Channel audition gone wrong. Fahim Anwar displays some of the smartest stupid material with moments of poignancy in his first one hour special. Join him on the quest to make his parents less disappointed.
Catch Last Comic Standing's Felipe Esparza's first non-bootlegged CD ever – "Rebound Material" – recorded in 2009 at the Ice House in Pasadena.
Scottish stand-up comedian and writer reached the finals of ""So You Think You're Funny"" at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe, where she was placed joint third, the finals of the Piccadilly Comedy Club new act competition in 2012 and the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year in 2013. She has also appeared on ""8 Out Of 10 Cats"", Seann Walsh’s Late Night Comedy Spectacular and The Alternative Comedy Experience and has written for The Guardian.
SNL alum Finesse Mitchell returns to the stage in Glendale, Ca. with his new one hour comedy special about adjusting to "LA" life, staying out of night clubs and juggling the non-stop demands of marriage, fatherhood and adult-ing.
Described by Jim Jefferies as “F@#!%ing Hilarious” and by Bill Burr as “One of my favorites to watch,” this former marine biologist-turned-comedian is an expert at pointing out the shortcomings of our species. Forrest intimately delivers his sharp critique of mankind as he and his hometown of Miami brave the hurricane happening outside. Another one of Forrest's Poor Decisions.
Birmingham, UK based Freddie Farrell has a short-story-telling style that will draw you in and keep you hanging off his every word. He has a unique take on everyday life, but with an added twist.
Gallagher is an American comedian and icon, most popularly known for ridiculous insights, giant, whimsical props, and (of course) smashing watermelons. Gallagher has been performing stand-up comedy for over 40 years, remaining wildly popular from the ‘70s through to today. Experience the weird and wild hilarity of Gallagher in this carefully crafted, hand-picked compilation of his most outrageous and hilarious performances.
Last Comic Standing alum, Gary Gulman, delivers with his clever wit and handsome boyish charm. Boyish Man features Hanukkah vs. Christmas, all kinds of cookies (and crackers) dating, sex… and everything in between.
Gary Gulman's debut album finds his classic brand of observational comedy on full display, with his take on everything from the problem with grapefruit to the hierarchy of cookies.
In this stand-up special, money is a wellspring for the comedy of funnyman Gary Gulman, who aims darts at the überwealthy -- including Donald Trump.
Filmed live in San Francisco, CA, UK's premier black female comedian, Gina Yashere, has come to America! Her unique take on being a cultural insider and outsider never fails to raise the roof as she gives us her take on the news gripping the nation.
Witty, razor-sharp observations abound in this stand-up performance from Gina Yashere. From bits about her mom and men, to colonic irrigation and luggage this special leaves no stone unturned.
In his debut album, Gordon covers every topic from police brutality, to his personal love life, to reasons why he loves Kanye haters. He grabs hold of the crowd from the very beginning and coaxes them to join him on this obscure journey, no matter the topic. The album was recorded in Baker-Bone’s home state of New Jersey.
New York-based Greer Barnes's first comedy special finds him talking out on cops, cavemen, and black astronauts.
Greg Fitzsimmons, host of the Howard Stern-produced "Greg Fitzsimmons Show," is back in his hometown of Tarrytown to tell hilarious stories of life on stage.
On the far horizon of fall-down funny, Harland Williams takes comedy to whole new frontier! On a mountaintop deep in the Mojave Desert, Harland takes on Mother Nature in a hilarious stand-up set on the world’s biggest stage.
Stand-up comic Harland Williams (a familiar face from films such as There's Something About Mary, Down Periscope and Sorority Boys) takes center stage at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles for a riotous evening of laughs. Featured topics in this gut-busting set range from everyman observations on fingernails and fried food to musings on dating and the Pillsbury Doughboy.
Henry Rollins waxes at a high rate of speed about the brilliance of RuPaul, meeting David Bowie, his weirdest shows, why women should rule and more in a live performance from Portland, Oregon.
Howie Mandel presents Howie Mandel at the Howie Mandel Comedy Club is Howie's first stand-up comedy special in over 20 years! After being a mainstay on the stand-up comedy circuit for 40 years, Howie takes the stage at the comedy club that bears his name in Atlantic City, NJ. 8 out of 10 critics agree.
The native Canadian comedian, Ian Bagg, brings his sharp, biting wit to The Improv in Irvine, CA to explore such topics as immigration, transgender bathrooms and women's obsession with yoga pants.
Ian Harvie is not quite the kind of man you might think. He's redefining what it means to be a dude through a fresh perspective on sex/sexuality with some seriously funny and new kinds of dick jokes. Unafraid to quip about subjects no other comedian has ever touched, Ian’s performance challenges the traditionally macho, sex-obsessed world of stand up in ways you won’t believe, proving that laughter cuts across all identities and ultimately unites us all in MAY THE BEST COCK WIN. Oh and, Ian is the world's first trans man comedian with a stand up comedy special.
Ify Nwadiwe, a Comedy Dynamics: Coming To The Stage alum, is a California native, born and raised in Los Angeles. As with all comedians, Ify loved to make people laugh, and much to the chagrin of teachers and authority figures everywhere, he was able to do that where ever he went. His debut album, The Community College Dropout, is light-hearted and hard-hitting all at once ranging from topics such as Donald Trump to video games and other such nerdom.
The self-titled Ignatius begins with Spain’s Ignatius Farray opening up to the audience about being recently diagnosed with a heart condition. Wondering whether comedy leads to things like health issues, alcoholism and dysfunctional families, Ignatius marvels at comedians’ ability to take any life tragedy and turn it into ten new minutes of material. Ignatius additionally discusses the ways comedy has changed from the days of his idol Lenny Bruce, when comics got arrested for cursing on stage. The Spanish comedian also touches on local issues such as his country’s current political situation and the recent scandals concerning the Spanish royal family. Ignatius was recorded live at one of Madrid’s top comedy venues.
Smart and brazen comedian Iliza Shlesinger applies her fresh, laugh-out-loud perspective to the universal struggles between men and women.
Her innocent good looks are just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger's acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in her stand-up special, War Paint.
A hilarious night of comedy with five of the funniest Indian stand-up comedians! Blowing aside political correctness, these talented Indian comics break down stereotypes as they cover politics, racism, dating, childhood, pop-culture, and being a gay Indian in America. Starring Vidur Kapur, Vijai Nathan, Mark Saldana, Dalia McPhee, Rajiv Satyal.
One of Canada's leading young comedians, Ivan Decker is a hilarious voice for the millennial generation. “i wanted to be a dinosaur” is a fun and silly approach to stand-up that often reveals the humour hiding in the everyday trials of today’s young adult, with careful dissection, brilliant timing, and intelligent observation.
Comedians James Adomian (Bernie Sanders) and Anthony Atamanuik (Donald Trump) bring two of the most controversial candidates in history, head-to-head, or rather bald-to-toupee, in a debate unlike anything you've ever seen before! The Presidential contenders will battle to prove once and for all that they are the candidate worth your vote! While Bernie Sanders continues to win among those who feel guilty shopping at Whole Foods, Donald Trump is killing it with voters who support killing just about everyone.
Filmed live in San Francisco, Janeane Garofalo takes on society’s intolerance of gluten and House Hunters International. With her unapologetic attitude, Janeane proudly states her AARP membership, her love for Febreze but the disdain
A Couple of Characters is a clean, witty, and fresh album featuring two of Washington, D.C.’s up and coming comedians. Jared Stern and Robert Mac tackle everything from J date to Bob Barker in the first special for two rising stars.
What started as a mere hobby has turned into a life-long career for Jason Collings and you are sure to become a fan of his brand of his observational and highly conversational trademark comedy that has crowds roaring with laughter from coast to coast.
Straight from the Folly Theater in Kansas City, polyrhythmic comedian, Jasper Redd breaks it down with a set that's sure to blow your top.
Jay Nog is a former elementary school teacher and has been entertaining audiences with his rambunctious stand-up comedy since 2004.
Jay Pharoah, Saturday Night Live cast member for four years and counting, brings you his latest and greatest special, Can I Be Me. This special includes some of Pharoah’s greatest celebrity impressions including Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Bernie Mac, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Katt Williams, Barack Obama, and many more!
"Def Comedy Jam" and "Comedy Central Presents" alum, Jay Phillips, keeps the audience laughing in his new special, "Mind Of The Quiet Dude". Phillips was named one of the 10 Comics To Watch by Variety magazine, co-starring in three films that were number one at the box office. His intelligent humor, talented acting, and unique storytelling have seen him compared to the greats including Richard Pryor.
Comedian Jeff Cesario is known for hilarious standup routines that feature everyman-style observations about a variety of subjects ranging from sports to marriage to his Wisconsin upbringing. This program captures Cesario in his own standup concert special YOU CAN GET A HOOKER TOMORROW NIGHT
A comedy event that set the new standard for how truly awesome a comedy special can be. Join Jeff and his outspoken-often-edgy characters: WALTER, PEANUT, JOSÉ JALAPEÑO (...on a steeek!), BUBBA J and SWEET DADDY DEE for a live show that will have you on the floor laughing!
Jeff Dunham is back in his much-anticipated fourth concert event, with all-new material and unparalleled comedy that surpasses his record-breaking specials Arguing with Myself, Spark of Insanity, and A Very Special Christmas Special. All the favorites are here, plus two never-before-seen characters certain to unleash their own unique havoc on stage. Dunham is an international phenomenon with sold out stadium concerts, one-half billion YouTube views, and television shows that remain among the highest rated in Comedy Central history. Controlled Chaos is guaranteed to deliver an unequaled number of laughs per minute - whether you're a Dunham Maniac or seeing him and his partners for the very first time.
Jeff Dunham's Minding the Monsters brings together your favorites-- Walter, Peanut, Bubba J, Jose Jalapeno... On a Steek!, and Achmed the Dead Terrorist as you've never seen them before! Enter the ultimate haunted house where Walter transforms into something grumpier than he already is! Watch Bubba J rise from the dead! Meet Peanut's alter ego, The Purple Avenger of the Night, and his spicy sidekick! And witness Achmed literally dressed to kill in an outfit that would terrify the most terrifying terrorist!
Jeff Dunham invites Walter, Peanut, Bubba J, José Jalapeño and Achmed the Dead Terrorist to join him on his first holiday special. Unfortunately, his suitcase posse doesn’t quite share the same Christmas spirit –and the result is a one-of-a-kind live event unlike any Yuletide celebration you’ve ever seen! Dunham, whose first two television specials drew record ratings, multimillion DVD sales and over 200 million views on websites worldwide, brings together all-new material and for the first time, original songs and stories guaranteed to become instant classics: from Achmed’s “Jingle Bombs” to Bubba J’s “Roadkill Christmas” to Peanut’s version of “The Night Before Christmas.”Destined to become a treasured holiday favorite!
Famed Latino comedian and voiceover artist, Jeff Garcia, comes to you from San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino with his signature improv style. He comments on his family, unreliable cars, white people, marriage and his run-ins with the law.
Shot live at San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino in Highland, CA, Jeff Garcia's Low Budget Madness stars America's rising comedy star as he not only gives a great performance on stage, but also shows you a new side of himself. Low Budget Madness is packed with hilarious sketches that will leave you in stitches and remind you why audiences all over the world can't get a enough of Jeff Garcia!
Latino comic Jeff Garcia aims to give you your money's worth with his signature original shows in this special from 2008. Fellow friends and comics, Bruce Jingles and Rene Garcia, join him as they discuss race, dating and fighting style differences.
Storytlerller Jeff Simmermon’s debut album “And I Am Not Lying” is an oratory carnival into Simmermon’s chicken band, slaughtering kangaroos in the Australian outback, cancer, subway groceries, dinner with the Reverend Al Sharpton, dating following a surprise divorce and so much more.
Jeremy Arroyo’s debut album, Groaners, is exactly what you think it would be. A show full of one-liners and bad puns, where the audience is invited to groan and boo along.
Comedian Jermaine Fowler performs his first ever stand-up special, poking fun at his life in hilarious detail. From being raised by his young parents to growing up with a brother his family thought was mentally challenged.
Jill-Michele Melean has finally filmed her one-hour standup special. From Miami to L.A. She's half Bolivian, half Irish but raised in Miami so Cuban by association. Not white enough to play the Stepford wife or Latin enough to play the gangsta but relatable to all ethnicities. From impressions, to family to dating, this special has her last 15 years of hilarious stories.
Marriage and parenthood won't keep die-hard metalhead comedian Jim Breuer from losing his manic sense of humor in this hilarious live show where he recounts stories of accidental bomb threats and fighting an ostrich in front of his children.
Jim Gaffigan is in top form for his 7th comedy special, Quality Time. The 4-time Grammy nominated comedian, doesn’t understand why we aren’t more honest about the reasons we don’t want to attend events, while at the same time embraces lying to kids. From horses and dog birthdays to traveling and museums, Jim continues to impress with his relatable takes on everyday life. Get ready to sit back and enjoy some Quality Time with Jim Gaffigan!
Caustic comedian Norton goes after jaw-dropping laughs not intended for the faint of heart. Among his targets - people who are part of the national hypersensitivity epidemic. Norton's got a message for those people, and it's in the title.
Jimmie Walker (best known for his role as J.J. Evans on the popular sitcom, Good Times), and Michael Winslow (best known for his role in all seven Police Academy films), perform in this hilarious one-hour stand up special featuring incredible stories, jokes, and all the bleeps and bloops you can handle!
Comedian and author, Jimmy Dore has been Sentenced To Live. His outrageous political humor promises to make you think, while you laugh. From the President, to the media, to his dog - he covers it all. Filmed live in Los Angeles, CA.
Throughout her stand up career, JoAnn Schinderle has been known for her affable stage presence; watching her on stage feels like your best friend letting you in on a dirty secret. DARK JEANS, Schinderle’s first recorded comedy album was created out of spite. “Menstruation jokes are hack”, says the comedy world…And to that Schinderle said, “hold my menstrual cup”. DARK JEANS is 45 minutes of hilarious and sometimes jaw clenching menstruation fueled jokes. From poignant bits about how workplaces should provide period products to stories about a lover discovering a forgotten tampon during foreplay…if there’s one thing JoAnn is, it’s grossly relatable.
Joe Piscopo brings his variety of talents to Atlantic City for an intimate night of entertainment. Join him for an unforgetable night at Club Piscopo.
Joe Zimmerman, known from appearances on John Oliver and Craig Ferguson unleashes his first comedy album, "Smiling At Wolves," recorded live in North Carolina.
The handsome and funny host of The Soup on E! and star of the hit NBC show, Community, brings you his first stand-up special ever. Joel McHale discusses everything from feeding alligators in the south to wanting to change the San Francisco 49er’s name to something a little more relevant. This is not actually filmed in Pyongyang, but it’s definitely a stand-up special and it's 100% really filmed in San Jose. Go Seahawks!
The wait is over... SeesoTV is proud to introduce Joey "Coco" Diaz in his first stand-up comedy special Sociably Unacceptable. Take a wild comedy ride through Uncle Joey's eyes as he shares his hilarious outlook on life. There's no topic he's afraid to tackle as he takes you through his crazy world discussing everything from drugs, pedophiles to raising his daughter. He'll be sure to have you laughing through the process. Joey is one of the best storytellers in the business, let his energy and his heart make you a believer...
North Carolina-born Jon Reep brings the laughs to Chicago and discusses everything from outdated state laws to giant satellite dishes and asks maybe the most important question - why isn’t there a fresh salt guy at restaurants?
Jono Zalay's informed background brings a perspective to stand-up comedy unequaled by almost any PhD in Neuroscience.
Jordan Carlos is a Brooklyn-based comic who has appeared on various popular television series. Carlos refers to himself as “that dude from that thing,” and has been seen as the star and resident nerd on MTV’s “Guy Code,” “Girl Code,” “Guy Court,” as well as “The Colbert Report,” “Nurse Jackie,” and “Broad City.” Carlos regularly works as College Humor’s go-to Obama impersonator and he was nominated as Best Male Comic of the Year by the Emerging Comedians of New York (ECNY).
In his latest one-hour special, Delete, Josh Blue reveals that he is just as twisted on the inside, as he is on the outside. With an undeniably unique world view, Blue explores the preconceived ideas surrounding disability, and how the disabled community really feels about being called “inspirational”. Shot in his hometown of Denver, this hilariously thought provoking performance provides a glimpse into the day-to-day life of the loveable Josh Blue.
Quipster Josh Blue hits the stage at Minneapolis' Varsity Theater, where he turns his cerebral palsy and cross-cultural marriage into comedy gold.
A hilarious album from a 16-year veteran of stand-up. Josh's sharp observations, unique ability to tell a story and make it seem like you were there, and his coming-of-age into married life and fatherhood make this a can't miss for any comedy fan.
Judy Toll was a comedian and writer whose life was an open book on stage. In her first and only album (she lost a long battle with cancer in 2002), you can hear her best stand-up, all performed live at the famous Uncabaret. The album mostly covers her quixotic attempts to find the love of her life, and while the premise might seem well-worn, the material remains as vibrant, intriguing, and hysterical as ever.
Comic Kathleen Madigan delivers new material derived from time spent with her Irish Catholic Midwest family, eating random pills out of her mother's purse, touring Afghanistan, her unparalleled love of John Denver and more.
Katie Goodman is at it again with Halfway Closer To Dead. Impressively talented and painfully funny, Katie is back with 16 more songs that will make your sides ache.
On I Didn't F*ck It Up, Katie Goodman proves there is a vast difference between a “guitar act” and a musical comedian. Katie writes and performs original funny songs that touch upon everything from the human foibles of adulthood to a communal sense of generalized despair.
Keith Alberstadt is witty, clever, likable, and hilarious. On "Walk It Off", Keith pulls everyone in with his sarcastic approach, his playful attitude, and his good old-fashioned southern charm, which makes his comedy so relatable and approachable.
Often referred to as Brooklyn’s funniest and best known as a producer and co-host of “Comedy at the Knitting Factory”, releases his debut album riffing on today’s most hot-button topics in today’s society.
Kevin Hart presents comedy club legend Keith Robinson, who brings his in-your-face style to everything from the moment he stopped liking his own son to the real reason why Obama was elected. It's everything you might expect from the man who taught Kevin Hart how to be a comedian.
In Lil Rel Howery's first hour-long special, he talks about everything from his upbringing to raising his own children to getting roasted by teenagers on public transportation, all with his signature high-energy delivery. A natural performer, Lil Rel proves that he can hold his own when it comes to all the relevant issues.
" Led by Kevin Hart, The Plastic Cup Boyz are stepping into the spotlight with their stand-up and sketches. Joey Wells, Will ""Spank"" Horton, and Na'im Lynn take the stage in this comedy special taped at the House of Blues in San Diego."
Kevin McDonald, Canadian comedian, actor, and voice artist, most well-known as a member of The Kids in the Hall, is Making Faces on his latest album. There's one bit where he makes faces while an announcer describes the faces he's making in addition to multiple other hilarious sketches.
With his unique sense of humor, profound dry wit, and likeable demeanor, Kevin Nealon brings his jazzy cool style to “Whelmed… But Not Overly.” He's like a big kid as he delights in stories of messing with celebrities and embarrassing moments.
All New Extended Edition! Kevin Smith, the filmmaker/podcaster/comedian known for playing the character Silent Bob is anything but quiet in this new comedy special that was recorded an hour before his widely reported massive heart attack in February. But before he nearly died backstage, he killed onstage discussing his marriage, his kid, his friends and his work (or lack thereof). Settle in for an hour of laughs from a man who knows how to tell great and historical stories.
Kim Coles, known for her role on "In Living Color" and as Synclaire James on "Living Single", flaunts her zany character and outrageous sense of humor on her debut comedy album, "#FunnyFiftyFine".
The Original Kims break new ground with an uncompromising look at Asian culture and some hilarious ethnic hang-ups. Featured are 4 of the top Asian comedians on stage today: Bobby Lee, Kevin Shea, Steve Byrne, and Dr. Ken Jeong.
Comedian Kris Tinkle has been making his mark on the New York City standup scene since he moved there from his native San Francisco. He was the co-host and resident comedian on Comedy By Request on SiriusXM Raw Dog. He has appeared on DirecTV’s “The Artie Lange Show”, is a regular on SiriusXM Radio’s “Friday’s with Breuer” and “Tap Out Radio,” and has been featured in the New York Comedy Festival, The Download Music Festival, and SF Sketch Fest. His debut comedy CD “Almost Awesome” was released by Rooftop Comedy, and charted top 10 on iTunes and Pandora, & is in regular rotation on SiriusXM.
In this comedy special, Kyle Cease hilariously leaps from topic to topic, spinning off into unpredictable tangents. He sends the audience into hysterics with his observations on everything from racist school assemblies to hibernating midgets.
Laura House’s Mouth Punch is a refreshing, fun mix of energy, stories and one-liners. She discusses everything from her thoughts on the American south, her experiences dating and the time she met Oprah. There’s even a bonus track where she teaches the entire audience to meditate. The album was recorded at the Curious Comedy Theater in Portland.
Lavell Crawford is home for the holidays in his new special! He discusses every holiday from what Christmas was like when he was a kid and the guilt everyone feels on Mother’s Day, to Thanksgiving, 4th of July and his family trips to Disneyland.
Liam McEneaney's second album, "Working Class Fancy", is a stellar encore to his chart-topping debut album, "Comedian". Listen as he riffs on everything from Tom Waits to Greyhound, and gives you a taste of what it's like to be working class fancy.
Lisa Best's debut album "Brain Bank" taps into her hilarious inner psyche to bring you her unique and interesting thoughts and feelings on animals, drugs, and more.
Brash, bold and never afraid to go blue, comedian Lisa Lampanelli offers a raucous and raunchy performance in this stand-up special. Taped at the Music Hall in Tarrytown, New York, the set includes Lampanelli’s signature brand of insult comedy as well as her personal experiences with weight loss and divorce.
Comedian Liz Stewart tackles ghosts, drugs, and motherhood in her debut comedy special, filmed while she was 8 1/2 months pregnant.
Veteran funny man Louie Anderson returns to the stage in this hilarious one hour stand up comedy special. Louie takes an unconventional and jovial look at his bad habits, pesky family members, and aging body.
Iconic comedian Louie Anderson, a three-time Emmy Award® winner, and one of the country’s most recognized and adored comics, brings you his sixth comedy special, Big Underwear. Named by Comedy Central as "One of 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time,” he again delivers to his fans his unique brand of humor and warmth from the historic Palace Theatre in Los Angeles. He plays on the challenges of getting healthy, life on the road, dealing with technology, and how we all eventually become our parents.
Before Louie Anderson made a splash in network TV, he took his everyman affability and gentle comedy to the special "Louie Anderson Live."
Una Superestrella de la Comediais a performance of one-liners and musical numbers in the form of Luis Álvaro’s fast-paced mental reflections on the absurdities of life. The Spanish comedian’s plays on words and absurd characterizations of the world around him are like watching Steven Wright on fast-forward, but with the addition of piano, guitar and the artist’s signature stuttering style. Luis Álvaro can and will ruminate on anything, which makes pinpointing a single joke from Una Superestrella de la Comediaalmost impossible. Despite this, Luis Álvaro’s album takes the audience from a gentle, disjointed stutter to a roaring musical finish. Una Superestrella de la Comediawas recorded live by Micstream at, fittingly, one of Madrid’s top punk rock venues.
In Colocado Cabe, Luismi García expounds upon topics such as Europe’s overly complex highway system, the fact that women have little to no patience with technology, and how Spain’s colonization of Central and South America was more about “sexual tourism” than conquering land. The Spanish comedian also expresses his love for popular shows such as “Big Brother” and “Super Nanny”, and how these shows teach Hispanic parents new ways to discipline problem children. Colocado Cabe was recorded live in Madrid at one of Spain’s oldest performance venues, now the site of the city’s prominent comedy club, La Chocita del Loro.
Marc Maron returns to his old stomping grounds for an intimate special in which he takes stock of himself. More than ever, Maron is raw and hilariously honest as he dissects his own neuroses and self-loathing while providing outrageous anecdotes from his personal life, in which he starts to realize the hurt isn't real, it's just "Thinky Pain."
Maria Bamford is back and subjectively better than ever! Weakness is her brand, so get ready to feel much better about yourself. This Lady Dynamite explodes onstage (after 2 (two) naps with her husband Scott and 2 old, pillowy dogs). Let her be the poor example from which your greatness can be determined.
Marina Franklin returns to her Chicago roots to celebrate and unpack what it means to be 'woke' in these confusing and tumultuous times. Franklin offers us a hilarious yet honest glimpse into the challenges of navigating America’s complex blah blah blah.. oh yeah and dating.
Welcome to the North West Cannabis Club in Portland, Oregon where you better be ready to get a contact high off the comedy of the one and only Matt Besser. Take an introspective journey through the universe that’s filled with love, laughter, songs and jokes. And be ready to smoke weed in all the different ways one possibly can. Oh, and don’t be a narc!
Recorded live at The Bell House in Brooklyn, Big Dumb Animal is Matt Braunger at his best. He gives everyone a glimpse at what it's like to be a big dumb animal with an anger problem. He explores a vast array of topics ranging from the absurdity of a quiet Jägerbomb to his overly nice hometown of Portland, Oregon.
Recorded live at The Paris Theatre in his hometown of Portland, OR, Matt Braunger offers insights on the world, the bad decisions that have shaped him, and how they brought him to find his better half. Braunger talks about the mistakes he’s made and, if not maturity, the perspective he's gained with age.
Matt Goldich’s hilariously blunt and down-to-earth style of comedy is on full display in his new album The Matt Goldich Guarantee. From his wife’s poor choice of wording in the bedroom to the reason why he’s not cool enough to do hard drugs, Matt’s self-deprecating humor keeps the audience in stitches. The album was recorded at The Stand in New York City.
Innovative and independent with individuality are the words that best describe Meshelle's style on her debut album "Funny As A Mother". "The Indie-Mom of Comedy" is not only a comedienne but also a wife and a mother, of which she draws much of her inspiration.
Actor, comedian, entertainer, voiceover master, television/radio personality, and author, Michael Colyar, leaves a positive imprint on the crowd with his thought-provoking humor on his latest comedy album, "Michael Colyar's Back".
Veteran of sketch, television, and film, comedian Michael Ian Black has mastered a delivery that's equal parts dapper and deadpan, whether he's discussing the pro-choice debate or the Tilt-A-Whirl. Taped at John Jay College in New York City, Black's special includes his wry take on the human experience, from parenting and gender roles, to guilty pleasures of all shapes and sizes.
Michael Ian Black is very famous. Well, he’s not that famous, but he keeps telling the world he is. Filmed live in Philadelphia, Michael Ian Black’s sarcastic sense of humor comes to the stage in his latest comedy special.
LA based stand-up comedian, Michael Kosta, recorded "Comedy For Attractive People" at the Comedy Store in La Jolla. Listen to Fox Sports 1's funniest panelist on "Crowd Goes Wild" riff on everything from Afghanistan to gay athletes.
Michael Magid’s It’s Not What it Looks Like is a a mix of self deprecating “misunderstandings” and biographical accounts of an upbringing in a mixed cultured environment. Magid discusses never really accepting an identity; and eventually coming to grips that being mixed (and feeling out of place) is okay. The album was recorded at the Genghis Cohen Theater in West Hollywood, CA.
Family first comedian and bonafide Blasian, Michael Yo, brings his uniquely personal blend of comedy to his debut stand up special. Born and raised in Houston, TX, Michael talks about the issues growing up half Black and Asian in a place where he really stood out. Fast forward to now, navigating marriage and of course his ultimate job as a father to his Black, Asian and White son. This special is about the beauty and complexities of family with all its ups and downs, no matter skin color, race or religion.
Short in stature, big on laughs comedian Mickey Cucchiella hits the stage with his raucous and raunchy special, Short Stories. He's got a lot to rant about and Mickey ain't afraid to spout his controversial views on race, sex, and terrorist line-dancers!
Mike Birbiglia shares a lifetime of romantic blunders and misunderstandings. On this painfully honest but hilarious journey, Birbiglia struggles to find reason in an area where it may be impossible to find: love.
Mike Birbiglia performs in this live special that features a riotous selection of the unique insights and observations culled from his diary. Part concert, part stand-up, this special is sure to delight all Birbiglia fans!
Who says you can’t get along with those annoying step kids? Mike E. Winfield explains the challenges of marrying an older woman and being a step father to a son with whom he shares similar qualities. Step Son AND Step Homies! With unique cadence and natural comedic timing, Mike E. gives his perspective on women who consider “everything” as cheating, and his brilliant idea for a divorce app. From little league coaching to Groupon deals, Mike E. explains his comedic solutions to the tough realities of life. Not only will you laugh, be prepared to fall in love with this relatable one hour of comedy.
Mike Finoia’s Live In Burlington is a locally sourced album involving local talent, crew, and labor, to create an authentic and hilarious album that is well-needed in this political climate. Mike touches on all the hot-button topics from politics, to marijuana, to nudie pics.
Tasty Radio is a sketch comedy album written and performed by Mike O’Brien, along with a long list of guest stars. It was recorded a few years ago at Broadway Sound in New York City. The concept behind the album is that the listener is scrolling through radio channels, each one being a sketch on the album, and sometimes returning to previous channels. The guests that help to write and perform it include, but are not limited to, Scarlett Johansson, Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen, Seth Meyers, Bill Hader, John Mulaney, and Mike’s mom.
Mike Paramore uses his love of providing people a break from the stresses of real life as motivation on his album "The Things We Tell Ourselves".
A Cleveland favorite, Mike Polk Jr.'s “Baseless Arrogance” blends stand-up, music, and video into hilarity that has garnished 50 million+ Youtube hits, numerous national TV appearances, and a dedicated legion of fans.
Mike Recine is either the smartest dumb guy or the dumbest smart guy in the room and one of the only guys Brooklyn hipsters and Jersey slobs can agree on. Union Delegate blends his observations and personal storytelling with a pitch-perfect dark wit.
New York-based Mike Vecchione takes the stage in his first recorded stand up album, "Muscle Confusion."
Sin F/X is a blend of stand-up and vivid storytelling complete with the artist’s signature sound effects. McPhantom discusses topics such as the negative impact of social media on human intelligence, the differences in aging between men and women, and how he prefers science over politics and religion (science never lies). Sin F/X also pokes fun at the infamous border wall with the story of a Mexican coming to the USA and joining the army. Miky McPhantom Sin F/X was recorded live in Bogotá, Colombia.
Mo Mandel takes the stage in his first hour-long special at the Gothic Theater in Denver. He loves Julia Iglesias, hates positive people, and aims his frenetic laser at everything from the sins of his parents, to the perils of sex, to the dark nature of his own disastrous mind.
Morgan Murphy brings dry and self-deprecating wit to the stage for this hilarious, gin-soaked special. Murphy's first target is always herself, but won't hesitate to bring down everyone from Planned Parenthood to teenage sexters.
Oakland-bred comic and best-selling author Moshe Kasher comes back to the Bay Area in this stand-up special. Back on his home turf, Kasher finds comedy in these uproarious stories about the people he's met and how they see him. Short: Back on his home turf Oakland-bred comic and best-selling author, Moshe Kasher, finds comedy in uproarious stories about the people he's met and how they see him.
Wise guy Myq Kaplan is Small, Dork and Handsome. The might of Myq's manic comedy machine is sure to stupefy and amuse as he describes his skewed spin on the oddities of life. Filmed live in Boston.
In her debut comedy special, Chilean comedienne Natalia Valdebenito shatters traditional Hispanic stereotypes with the (loudest) voice of her generation. Literally translated as “the shouting woman”, Gritona examines once-taboo topics such as gender discrimination in Latin America, the rise of modern day feminism, and the realities of casual dating.
Wicked one-liners and soul-baring confessions converge in this uniquely intimate stand-up special from "Chappelle's Show" co-creator, Neal Brennan.
In this special filmed in both Lebanon and America, Nemr puts together an hour of uproarious comedy capturing thousands of people from the Middle East and America laughing at the same jokes, told by the same man. From his childhood in America, to his later years in Lebanon, Nemr recounts his life and touches on childhood, family, relationships, religion, war and the power of perspective.
In his follow up to his tremendously successful debut comedy special 'Mr. Showbiz,' the comic-actor-musician-host responds to anyone who's ever said: 'F#ck Nick Cannon.' A recent health scare has changed how he sees the world and he is here to share his unique perspective on getting older, raising his children, and living with his famous wife (Mariah Carey). Nick Cannon doesn't care what the haters think, and that's what gives him his hilarious edge. Taped at the River Rock Casino in Vancouver, BC.
In his first comedy special, the popular comic actor and musician reveals edgy, honest tales of his failed attempts at being a gangster, his humble roots, marriage, fatherhood and his thoughts about Eminem.
Filmed live at the Ebony Repertory Theatre in South Central Los Angeles, Nick Cannon is back in the community for his third special “Stand Up, Don’t Shoot!” Nick uses his potent and aggressive voice to attack societies adversities, haters, and nay sayers. Complete with Nick kissing an older white lady, Nick discusses everything from the controversial times we’re living in, to how getting old affects his dating. Plus, he gives the scoop on how a trip to Australia was the straw that broke the kangaroo’s back in his marriage with Mariah Carey.
If you believe in Safe Spaces, run to yours now, as Nick Di Paolo once again shows why he’s the master of slaughtering sacred cows and being absolutely hilarious while doing so. Laugh along as he treats subjects as sensitive as domestic violence, transgender bathrooms and black parenting with all the sentimentality of a Bill Belicheck press conference. In an increasingly humorless society, Di Paolo’s voice is needed now more than ever.
Stand-up comedian Nick Di Paolo unleashes his caustic wit on a willing crowd at Connecticut's Foxwoods Resort Casino, putting to work the same razor-sharp sense of humor that kills 'em on Comedy Central's celebrity roasts.
Wiped Privilege is another example of Nick Flanagan's good ol' fashioned stand-up comedy. He's always hilarious, no matter what he's talking about.
New York is an amazing town with tons of very cool things to do. Nick Griffin doesn’t do any of them, but he likes knowing they’re there. The only thing that really matters to Nick is his show. Which is tonight at the Comedy Cellar.
Nick Guerra, 2015 NBC Stand Up Showcase winner, has a cool and energetic attitude while skewering relationships, family, and everyday life, on his debut comedy album "Love: The Nick's Tape."
Nebraskan comedian Nick Hoff was hand-picked by Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy to open for them on their critically acclaimed “We’ve Been Thinking” Tour, and now he’s the first co-release on each of their record labels.
With help from his guitars, comedian Nick Thune regales the audience of Brooklyn’s Bell Theatre with a collection of hilarious stories about his childhood, past romantic relationships and his experience with a burning building.
Living legend, Nick Thune, takes the stage in Portland, Oregon and explains his stunning transformation into a Good Guy. Topics in this "instant classic" range from funny to hilarious. Watch now to witness what many are calling the future of comedy.
Noah Gardenswartz: White Men Can't Joke will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Pandora, Google Play and more starting September 13, 2019.
Nore Davis is a fresh young face of comedy, who combines an amazing stage presence with an energetic delivery filled with witty quips and sharp punch lines. Edgy and clean, Nore tells it like it is, speaking to audiences everywhere. From relationships to family, race, and politics, Nore is a comedian for the masses, relating to everyone from teens to the mature adult, delivering original content and leaving no topic untouched.
Ophira Eisenberg is the hilarious host of NPR's hit trivia comedy show Ask Me Another, a regular host and storyteller at The Moth, and a stand-up comedian based in Brooklyn, NY – but originally from Canada. Ophira's new comedy album, Bangs!, recorded at the intimate Brooklyn mainstay, Union Hall, showcases her unique ability to seamlessly move from acerbic one-liners to autobiographical stories, while airing biting commentaries on the dating app phenomenon TINDR, being married to a comic book nerd, and the singular luxuries of big city living – like being able to cry in public, undisturbed.
Ophira doesn’t like kids and never wanted to have them. That’s why the joke’s on her, when she finds herself pregnant at an “advanced maternal age” and entirely unprepared for prenatal anything, let alone rearing another human.
Owen Benjamin is a very tall piano player. He is a huge pianist. In this hour performance he will make you laugh and hopefully not cry. Love, life, dogs, and Coldplay. Enjoy!
Patton Oswalt: Annihilation is a deeply personal and powerful stand-up special that dives into recent developments in Patton’s life, following the passing of his wife, and how he worked through the pain and grief by finding humor. Oswalt also explores topics including the angst of social media, the current political climate and being tricked by robocalls. Filmed at Chicago’s Athenaeum Theatre, the one-hour stand-up special originally premiered globally on October 17 on Netflix. This new special came off the heels of Patton’s Emmy award-winning comedy special, Talking for Clapping.
Veteran comedian, Paul Rodriguez hits the stage to give you his perspectives on life. From being peer pressured into believing in God to claiming to be the village idiot, Paul will make you sit back and laugh!
Comedian Pete Holmes brings his unique brand of happy-go-lucky humor to his first HBO stand-up comedy special, sharing hilarious and relatable insights on the absurdity of society.
Here's the Best of Peter Kelamis: Volume 1, the best bits of actor, voice actor, and comedian Peter Kelamis, known for Stargate Universe, Dragon Ball Z, and Ed, Edd n Eddy.
Regan and Watkins is a musical comedy super duo based out of Los Angeles, California. You've seen Pat Regan on The Eric Andre Show, Adam DeVine's House Party, and Last Comic Standing. You've seen Jeremiah Watkins on Comedy Central's Roast Battle, Jimmy Kimmel Live, HBO’s Crashing with Pete Holmes, and as the bandleader on the hit podcast Kill Tony. Together, you'll see Regan and Watkins melting faces with never-before-seen guitar saxophone rock n' roll comedy. This duo’s self-titled album is packed with awesome jokes, killer music, and even catchier songs.
Ricardo Quevedo’s comedy is atypical, loaded with energy, and it makes you feel envious, loveless, anger and bitterness, among other feelings that humans prefer not to feel. It is based on the simplest element for the comedian, "laughter" as it is the best tool to ease our lives. Some of the things that make Quevedo laugh are the simplest in life, so his comedy is the same with stupid things, stupid jokes, and stories out of the ordinary.
Richard Jeni's last televised special, this finds him at his peak. From the beginning, it's full speed ahead as Richard shreds a host of topics, including politics, religion, relationships, and the scandals of the rich and famous. Already considered a comedy classic.
The late Richard Jeni's 1997 HBO special "A Good Catholic Boy" is finally available to own. This highly rated and critically acclaimed performance brings the audience to their feet with hilarious riffs on late night informercials, dating rituals, a penis cross-examined on a witness stand, religion, and more.
The late Richard Jeni brings you one of the funniest albums you'll hear, it gets better and better every time you listen to it. It's insightful and intelligent, with fresh and surprising observations about every day life.
Richard Jeni takes the Windy City on a non-stop joyride through American Culture. He cracks into everything from lobsters to love songs in this hour long live performance.
Roll With It" is a 58 minute set of previously unreleased material compiled from the late comedian Richard Jeni's personal recordings of his performances at casinos across the nation during 2003-2005. Rich's casino shows were popular with fans for the hilarious gambling bits and the somewhat "bluer" material--and "Roll With It" captures it all.
Compiled from Richard Jeni's personal archives, almost all 75 minutes of "The Beach Crowd" have never been seen outside of the comic's extraordinary live performances. Captured during two weekend performances in 2002 and 2006 at Southern California's famed Comedy & Magic Club, it's full of Richar'ds trademark quick-change personas, bits on whales, women, pot, and a whirlwind of imaginative improv and audience interactions. A rare and intimate look at this unique performer's remarkable craft.
Famed Vegas headliner, Rita Rudner, is back for her latest special “A Tales Of Two Dresses”. As witty, insightful and cutting as ever, she explores life as a sixty-something in today’s America, her thirty years of marriage and what it’s like to raise a singer/songwriter teenager.
In "Soy Sauce and the Holocaust" Rob Schneider takes on the biggest role of his life: a stand-up comedian, as he learns lessons about love and other cultures. He tells the side-splitting stories of the three hoods: childhood, adulthood, and parenthood. From closet farts to his sex life, Rob isn't holding back any of the dirty details. Don't miss this hilarious hour-long special that will leave you wondering how you lived before seeing this!
One of the most respected comedians in the business, Rodney Laney, is the ultimate showman. The in-demand headliner continues to entertain audiences all over the world with his latest album, I Blame The Publik Skool System.
Coming up through comedy clubs all across America, Rodney had the opportunity to learn the business of funny from some of the best. His first job in Hollywood was serving as writer and warm-up guy for Kym Whitley’s show, Oh Drama, on BET. For four seasons, he served as co-host and “man on the street” for the comedy competition show, Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes? Rodney kept the funny coming by serving as the opening act for the likes of George Lopez, Cedric the Entertainer, and Steve Harvey, as well as appearing on several cable comedy showcases.
Straight from "The Monique Show," Rodney Perry delivers in this outrageous comedy filmed in Birmingham, Alabama. It's a stand up and shout performance as he talks about life, family and marriage.
Ron Funches is a very funny stand-up comedian with a unique delivery and lovable demeanor. You just want to hug and squeeze him like a big stuffed bear. His debut comedy album "The Funches Of Us" has an easy going, inventive style that sounds the way fresh chocolate chip cookies taste.
Roy Jackson has been making people laugh his whole life with his innate ability to find humor in just about anything. On Jackson's debut album, Ugly People Cause Problems, he attacks his comedy with a "tell it like it is" approach.
A veteran of the professional comedy circuit, Rudy Rush has experienced a wide spectrum of the entertainment business, from touring colleges and clubs to becoming the youngest host of the longest-running African-American syndicated show, Showtime at the Apollo. Rudy parlayed his Apollo notoriety into major projects with Dave Chappelle and Martin Lawrence, while also appearing on shows such as Def Comedy Jam, Jamie Foxx’s Laff-A-Palooza and Premium Blend.
The late, great Sam Kinison is here to break the rules! From the importance of lies in marriage and homosexual necrophilia to his proven method of pleasing a woman, nothing is off limits! Enjoy this classic stand-up performance from one of comedy's top comedians.
Catch Sam Kinison in his last recorded special. Filmed live at the Wiltern Theatre, Sam's not only provides the screaming comedy you've come to love him for, but he bookends this special with rock performances!
In the town that knows no limits, Sam Kinison gives a completely raw and uncensored performance at the very height of his career. Filled with scorching comedy, hot women and sizzling rock 'n roll, this rarely seen live show encapsulates the energy, verve and relentless brand of comedy that was unique to Kinison.
On March 20th, 1992, two years before Sam Kinison's tragic death, he performed live at The Grove Theatre in Upland, CA. Sam's uncensored, no-holds-barred was videotaped that night by his sister-in-law for her private enjoyment using a single VHS home camera and microphone. No one in that theatre could have known that this home video would be the last recorded live performance of the great Sam Kinison.
Sara Schaefer is a critically acclaimed stand up comedian, writer, and producer. By the age of 32 she won two Emmy awards for her work at Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Join her as she pumps pussy like gas and reveals her regrets about her butterfly tramp stamp.
New York Times Best Seller and "Chelsea Lately" regular, Sarah Colonna, has some stories to tell and she doesn't care what you think. From how to get out of jury duty to online dating, Sarah does not disappoint in this new special. Filmed live in Los Angeles, CA.
Sasheer Zamata’s “PIZZA MIND” will give viewers food for thought. In this all-new stand-up special, Sasheer covers a spectrum of topics, from drugs to relationships, Disney racism to politics – nothing is off limits. This multi-talented comedian incorporates different performance elements to express her opinions and dive into her personal life, truly giving you a piece of her mind.
Described as “the best act to emerge from Scotland in years", “A natural gifted storyteller" and "On course to be one of the greats.” A storyteller at heart, Gibson mixes a conversational style with his own unique brand of dark humor, confidently leading his audience down a path, few dare to tread. This ability to push boundaries and control any room he plays has found Scott in high demand.
Scott Thompson’s Not A Fanis the debut stand up album from comedy veteran Scott Thompson. In this raw presentation, Thompson lets us into his hilarious life from his struggles growing up as a racially confused white child to his misadventures in Hollywood, his battle with cancer and the forces of toxic femininity. The album was recorded at the The Drake Hotel in Toronto, Canada.
Sean Sullivan has secured his place in the Boston comedy scene by pursuing new and innovative ways of entertaining audiences. With his quick wit and strong improvisational talents, audiences never exactly know what they are about to get when he takes the stage.
Seaton Smith of Fox's Mulaney, has been primed practicing his craft from a very young age starting in physical comedy. Originally starting comedy in Washington D.C., Seaton now lives and performs in NYC while headlining shows across the country riffing on hot-button topics ranging from race to sexuality.
Shane Mauss, an honorary evolutionary psychologist, brings countless years of watching Animal Planet to aid in discussions of Snoop Dog, crouton factories, and other important things.
It's Shane Mauss' big break, of both of his feet that is. Join Shane as he delivers his latest material inspired by the shattering of the bones in both of his feet.
Comedienne, Shawn Pelofsky, stirs things up with her tales of growing up Jewish in Oklahoma, traveling to war zones and sailing on gay male cruises.
I’ve always believed that if you’re not at least a little bit angry you’re probably not paying attention. Just because you’re pissed off doesn’t mean you can’t be funny too though. Laughter is a great weapon against the apathy of the everyday. So here it is: a little old school, fight the power, kick over the tables and light the carpets on fire punk rock style stand up comedy. Rant, rave, repeat and enjoy "Furious."
"Make Me Wanna Holla" is an all-out stand-up special featuring a riotous original performance by the king of comedy, Sinbad, recorded live in Detroit in his home state of Michigan. It covers everything he sees in his life, from the life advice his parents gave him, to why he is tired of people with no talent having clothing lines, as well as explaining who he "really" is. Don't miss the chance to experience the "hit'em in the face" style from the king of comedy himself.
After a multiyear hiatus, venerable funnyman-about-town Sinbad hits the stage hard, delivering the lowdown but keeping it clean in this housequaking stand-up special. Named one of Comedy Central's "100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time," Sinbad is in his element as he speaks truth to the burning subjects of the day, from poverty and politics to where he's been keeping himself all this time.
Indomitable Steve Byrne brings the high-energy flair that earned him a nod as one of the best comics in the history of the Comedy Central Standup.
Steve Lemme & Kevin Heffernan are back with their 3rd Stand Up Special. They share laughs, chug beers, tell stories and reveal untold private secrets about each other covering everything you want to know. The jokes come fast and furious in what could “potentially” be their last time on stage together!
Texas. The home of barbecue, The Alamo, and Steve Treviño. In his latest special, Til Death, America's favorite husband gives us a bitingly honest take on the day-to-day joy of marriage, kids, and living life with your best friend.
From his humble beginnings as a circus clown, to his career as a star of the monster hit Jackass, comedian, author, and all-around lunatic, Steve-O has done it all and then some. Loaded with more of the outrageous stunts you've come to love him for, this is more than just a hilarious comedy special - in Guilty As Charged, Steve-O holds nothing back!
Wife and mother Tammy Pescatelli, winner of Comedy Central's "Stand-up Showdown," lives the same life that you do -- except that she makes it seem hilarious in this spirited one-hour comedy special.
Taylor Negron was an American actor, comedian, painter, and playwright that lost a long battle with cancer in January 2015. For the first time ever, you can now hear his best stand-up, all performed live at the famous Uncabaret comedy club.
After being named runner up and one of the five favorite acts of all time on America's Got Talent, Taylor Williamson stars in his first standup comedy special! In his comedy routine, Taylor covers all the important problems we face in our crazy world: Japanese dancers taking jobs away from Americans on reality shows, strangers wanting to talk to you on airplanes, and the worst problem of all... Duvets!
It's Showtime at the Apollo was a music and comedy television show first broadcast in 1987 and ending in 2008, with over 1000 episodes. The show featured live performances from both professional musicians and comedians. Made popular at the famous Apollo Theater in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, it also featured the Amateur Night Competition, which became a platform to showcase up-and-coming artists.
The Dan Band gets innumerable requests from prospective brides and grooms to be to play their weddings. They are offered compensation ranging from private jets to free beer and pizza, but the band just can’t possibly accept them all. So they have come up with a solution- an album of wedding songs that you can play at your nuptials. Or anytime for that matter. It’s just like having the Dan Band there with you- you can almost smell them. With special guests ranging from Nicole Scherzinger to Rob Thomas to Bridget Everett, it’s a star-packed event that will make you long for your next wedding.
The Irish Comedy Tour is a fast-paced, raucous ride across America with four joke-slinging entertainers who know how to party and put on a great show. Opening the tour to a packed Infinity Hall in Norfolk, CT, the boys stomp their way from town to town, singing songs, telling jokes, and making friends along the way. Intercut with behind-the-scenes footage, The Irish Comedy Tour takes us on a journey of endless fun and frolic, with Derek Richards, Mike McCarthy, Derrick Keane and Damon Leibert giving us a lighthearted look at life on the road and the high-spirited experience of being Irish in America.
The Sklar Brothers' bring their A-game to Madison WI with their energetic new comedy special, What Are We Talking About. Watch the former zygote sharing duo duke it out over sports, mullets, and airport etiquette, invoking their power house humor worthy of the hall of fame.
The Zach and The Jess are thrilled to release their debut musical comedy album The Calendar Album. It’s a collection of original comedy songs that Zach Reino and Jessica Mckenna have written together. Some of the songs are new, some are hundreds of years old, and all of them are very very stupid (in the best way.) It features some wonderful guest comedians, and also a robot, a ghost, a demon, some children, and a narwhal. This album is a celebration of an entire year, so the correct way to listen to it is 1.5 songs per month.
It is from his world of colorful characters that Thomas Dale draws the true stories he brings to comedy stages across the country. His ability to marry warmth and acceptance with brutal honesty and acute awareness of his surroundings has won over fans and comedy insiders alike. He is a heartwarming, hilarious storyteller who breaks down stereotypes with his fresh, unique voice.
Rising comedy star Tiffany Haddish takes the stage in her hometown of Los Angeles to tackle subjects ranging from her early days in foster care and being bullied on the playground, to getting her revenge on ex-boyfriends and introducing Will and Jada Pinkett Smith to Groupon. With a bold and unique style of comedy and her refreshingly positive outlook on life, Haddish proves she ready for the spotlight!
Tim Moffett’s Farm Raised is a a peek into growing up on a farm and the quirks that happen when rural life meets city life. From childhood sleep overs, to a boys first kiss, Tim is the perfect tour guide to show us the absurdity and laughter of trying to be a regular guy after being farm raised. The album was recorded at the Firehouse Theater in Ruskin, Florida.
With bone-dry wit, stand-up comic Todd Barry dissects texting emergencies, Hitler's taste in wine, pricey soap, cheap pizza and much more.
A Todd Barry show consists of two things: amazing jokes and amazing crowd work. He went on a tour without the amazing jokes and did entire shows of riffing and bantering with the audience. Filmed in seven west coast cities.
In this caustic comedy special, veteran stand-up quipster Todd Glass makes audiences howl with his take on some of society's unspoken "rules," from complimenting kids to giving directions.
When Tom Arnold was 21, he worked on the kill floor of an Iowa meat packing plant & sure Tom had crazy dreams of moving to Hollywood & becoming a standup comic like his idol Robin Williams & hanging out with his new best friend Arnold Schwarzenegger but Tom was resigned to slaughtering hogs for 50 years like his grandpa. This special is about what happened and what life’s like now for a 58 year old former meat packer & father of two whose first two movies were with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Robin Williams.
MTV's The Tom Green Show broke new ground with its insane video pranks and skits. Now the star of Road Trip and Freddy Got Fingered brings his outrageous energy and irreverent wit to the stage in his first stand-up comedy special.
Streets Aren't Watching is Tom McCaffrey's rap album under the moniker TMC. It coincides with the releases of Adventures in Comedy, his feature film and comedy album releases of the same title. Join Tom while he raps about why mo' money means less problems and why Scarface is overrated.
Famously upbeat comedian Tom Papa delivers a stand-up performance that includes his observations on the perils of raising daughters, and more. Executive produced by Rob Zombie.
Tom Papa has become a Human Mule and he’s not afraid to admit it. In this follow up to his 2013 special, Tom is at his fast paced comedic best while relating the everyman struggles of family life, falling behind to the super rich and his hilarious cure for angry young men.
With a shiny happy exterior, an offbeat, demented interior and direction from Rob Zombie, Tom Papa’s “Live In New York City” attacks our hilarious attempts at happiness as life piles up around us. He jokes about becoming a parent while dealing with his own parents, family pets, and boundaries for technology. His take on fatherhood in the 21st century is sure to delight.
Back from traveling the world, comedian Tom Rhodes takes to the stage of Colorado's Boulder Theater for this blistering hour-long performance.
Radio, television, and live performance veteran, Tom Segura shares a few off-hand appraisals on hotels and hobbies with a cool and thoughtful demeanor in this one hour comedy special, Completely Normal.
The bearded, bawdy and comically bitter Tom Segura gets real about body piercings, the "Area 51" of men's bodies, and the lie he told Mike Tyson.
Tone simply wants to live in a world where Alaska is cold, student loans are paid, and jelly is free. He’s finally found the one place his uncompromising view of this unfair world can’t be stopped.
In addition to making fun of the general public Travis Howze includes his own humility from being a Firefighter, Police Officer, being in the Military, Family, Married Life and more. In Travis's mind, his days of protecting are neither over, leaving no one safe nor anything off limits.
Turner Sparks' debut comedy album is a one-of-a-kind New York experience recorded in front of a live audience from The Milton Berle Room inside the Friars Club in New York City. Listen to Turner Sparks: Live From The Friars Club on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, Pandora, Tidal and more!
A mind-blowing collection of drug stories, illegal-substance-related rants & raves by a psychedlic posse of inspired comedians.
This definitive Un-Cabaret album features unusually honest stories from seriously funny performers from the ground-breaking Un-Cabaret live show.
Uncontrolled Comedy is Def Comedy Jam meets the legendary Apollo Theater, with edgy sketch, ingenious sets, and the ability to showcase and produce the next legendary comedian.
Uncontrolled Comedy is Def Comedy Jam meets the legendary Apollo Theater, with edgy sketch, ingenious sets, and the ability to showcase and produce the next legendary comedian.
Wajatta (pronounced wa-Ha-ta), as the name suggests, is a mash-up of the artist’s last names. Having grown up with similar musical influences, Austrian-born Tejada and German-born Watts draw from their love of urban, electronic music. Exploring the intersection between influences and innovation, the two describe Wajatta's music as “electronic dance music with its roots in Detroit techno, Chicago house, '70s funk and New York hip hop.” Tejada's deep, melodic production makes the perfect backing for Watt's wide vocal range and live looping skills.
Wali Collins is versatile, smart, and very, very funny. Wali is headed only one way, Stardom. If you haven’t seen Wali do his thing in either stand-up or acting, you’re missing out on one gifted man.
Comedian Ward Anderson ponders marriage, parenthood, and getting older in this offbeat and energetic comedy special. Filmed live in Toronto, Anderson brings the laughter with his unique delivery and style.
Crude, vulgar, and above all hilariously honest Whitney Cummings shows off in her debut album "Emotional Ninja."
Money Shot finds Cummings riffing on a wide range of topics chiefly, the differences between men and women and how both tend to behave in relationships.
Comedy, women, music, Will Miles does them all but he's only good at one. Find out which one it is on his album "good year."
The middle aged, middle class, Texas comedian talks about life, being married, raising his five kids, and surviving in the middle of an America that is always changing.
The Texas comedian returns with his third television one-hour special talking all things Christmas including traditions, the pitfalls of having family over, and finding the ultimate gift in this one-of-a-kind stand-up special.
Comic veteran Willie Barcena lays the truth down in his new special, “The Truth Hurts". Filmed live in El Paso, Willie requests you question everything in life. From God & dating to ladies with big feet, he tells it like it is.
In his debut album OK, Yedoye Travis solves racism for about an hour through his passion for anime and general incongruity. He walks the audience through life as a young, black man in America, exploring things like famous doppelgangers, conspiracy theories, sexual tourism, and his love for his grandma Cecilia. OK was recorded at Relapse Theatre in Atlanta, GA.