The History of Standup
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Comedian Wayne Federman teaches Andrew Steven about the history of standup in a casual, conversational history class, looking over some of comedy’s most interesting moments. From Vaudeville to Netflix, we look back at the evolution of standup comedy.
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||CleanThe History of Standup — Teaser||Wayne Federman has been performing standup for over 30 years and has appeared in numerous television programs and films including Step Brothers, Crashing, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and was the head monologue writer for Jimmy Fallon. Federman is also a professor of standup and comedy history at USC, and a comedy historian, having written articles for Vulture, Splitsider, and The Atlantic. He appears in the second season of CNN’s The History of Comedy and co-produced the HBO Documentary The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling. Andrew Steven's credits aren't as impressive. Together they're looking back at 'the history of standup.' Episodes start September 18th on Castbox, Apple Podcasts, or whoever you listen to podcasts.||8/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe History of Standup — Coming Soon||If you’ve ever watched a standup comedy special on Comedy Central or Netflix and wondered, how we got here — “The History of Standup” looks back at the evolution of standup from vaudeville to Netflix. Each week, Comedian Wayne Federman teaches Andrew Steven about the history of standup in a casual, conversational history class, looking over some of comedy’s most interesting moments. "The History of Standup" starts September 18th||8/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Like the idea and excited for more!
Great for Comedy nerds
The first episode was great! The story about prank calling Steve Martin and Martin Short was so funny. I'm definitely subscribing.
Interesting take on a streaming service
Such an interesting show, but a great concept and well executed. Excited to see it grow.