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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Crude, vulgar, and above all hilariously honest Whitney Cummings shows off in her debut album “Emotional Ninja.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.