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Barry Katz

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Barry Katz Productions

Nemr: No Bombing in Beirut
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. . .

Sinbad: Where U Been?
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. . .

Nick Cannon: Mr. Showbiz
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.

Nick Di Paolo: Raw Nerve
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.

Kims of Comedy
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,. . .

Kyle Cease: Weirder. Blacker. Dimpler.
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.

Jeff Cesario: You Can Get a Hooker Tomorrow Night
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. . .

Harland Williams: What A Treat
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. . .

Gary Gulman: Boyish Man
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.

Eddie Griffin: You Can Tell ‘Em I Said It
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. . .

Ant: America’s Ready
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. . .

Aaron Karo: The Rest Is History
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. . .

Alonzo Bodden: Tall Dark And Funny
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. . .

Whitney Cummings: Money Shot
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. Her first-ever hour stand-up special and it’s probably the. . .

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