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Comedy Dynamics Network is the tastemaker for comedy, including stand-up comedy specials, TV shows, feature films, and documentaries. CDN features a wide range of established and emerging comedic talent, from early comedy icons to today’s millennial favorites, and from some of SNL’s most revered artists to some of the strongest women on tour today.
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One of the all-time greats, Bill Hicks, performs at the Centaur Theatre in Montreal, Canada. Bill shares his thoughts on topics like non-smokers, war and peace, religion, drugs, and music.
UK Comedian Gina Yashere discusses topics such as kids, flying, addiction, and health insurance from her perspective as a self-proclaimed cultural insider and outsider.
In this hysterical mix of comedy and documentary, candid stories and scientific evidence provide insight into something we all experience: bowel movements. Embarrassing tales are recounted by celebrities such as Eric Stonestreet and Kumail Nanjiani.
Two Silicon Valley slackers get more than they bargained for when they agree to take on what seems like an easy task for a family member.
Comedian Lil Rel Howery performs in Chicago at the Vic Theatre. Topics include his father’s occupation; the difference between raising a son and a daughter; an altercation with a cab driver; and racism in the black community.
Comedian Whitney Cummings performs in Washington, DC, at Sidney Harman Hall. Topics include male strippers, breast augmentation, and the Food Network.
D.L. Hughley takes the stage at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco for his new stand up special. In this uproarious performance, Hughley riffs on everything from the value of having nosy white neighbors to Colorado legalizing marijuana.
Relentless and provocative, Kinison brings his trademark blend of energy and musical talents to Las Vegas during the height of his career.
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