Comedian Maz Jobrani lights up Dubai with his latest comedy special tackling universal topics like politics, parenting, and social issues. In a time of divisiveness, he brings laughter to a sold out international audience and shows how much we all have in common. Plus bonus material from his days under the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
Pete Correale: The Things We Do For Love
Pete Correale was named one of the top ten comics to watch by Entertainment Weekly in 2008. You’ve seen Pete’s breakout performances on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Late Show with David Letterman,” and Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend.” He can be heard daily on the Sirius Satellite radio show “Breuer Unleashed.”
Pete Correale: Let Me Tell Ya
Pete Correale has returned to tell ya about the absurdities of life, love and marriage in his all new one-hour special, Let Me Tell Ya.
Margaret Cho: Psycho
Comedian Margaret Cho performs in front of a live audience in this provocative and hilarious comedy special event, tackling off-limits issues from Boko Haram to female empowerment with her razor sharp insight and wit.
Gina Brillon: Pacifically Speaking
Gabriel Iglesias presents a hilarious stand-up comedy special from the brash and beautiful Gina Brillon. Find out why she’s one of the country’s hottest young comics in this uproarious special full of sharp jokes and her trademark Bronx attitude!
Dov Davidoff: Lower Your Expectations
In Dov Davidoff’s all new stand-up special, Lower Your Expectations, Dov returns with his one-of-a-kind frenetic style to dissect the hilariously misleading truths in culture and to question the American future.
Dominique Witten: Stop Me When I’m Lying!
From clubs across the country to the hit “Chappelle’s Show”, Dominique Witten is showing America what being a comedian is all about. Stop Me When I’m Lying! proves why she has earned the reputation for being a comedian that tells it like it is; raw and uncut.
Al Jackson: Baby Steps in a Yellow Tuxedo
Al Jackson navigates you through life in his hilarious comedy special, Baby Steps in a Yellow Tuxedo: proving no matter how often you stumble, you can do it with class.
Alonzo Bodden: Historically Incorrect
Alonzo Bodden returns with a hilarious look at the historical inaccuracies of the present and past from his unique comedic perspective in Historically Incorrect.
Jon Reep: Ginger Beard Man
North Carolina-born Jon Reep brings the laughs to Chicago and discusses everything from outdated state laws to giant satellite dishes and asks maybe the most important question – why isn’t there a fresh salt guy at restaurants?