Comedian and professor Wayne Federman has spent his life studying the art and history of standup comedy. Join him and fellow student, Andrew Steven, as they look back at some of standup’s most interesting moments, places, and people.
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Being a life long fan of stand up comedy I was looking for something to listen to to enrich my knowledge of the behind the scenes of stand up. I got that and so much more from The History of Standup. more
It’s obvious they put a ton of work into every episode. The hosts do a great job of letting the subject shine. This is not one of those thrown together podcasts where the hosts talk all over each other trying to be entertaining. This is a high quality, in depth, well-researched, and fun podcast. Simply the tops. If you love comedy, history, or are a fan of podcasts, you really need to listen and subscribe to this podcast. You’ll be so glad you did.
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Started listening to season 2 on accident and loved it so much I went back to listen to season 1. I finished both seasons in 3 days because they are so great. If you have ever been interested in stand up comedy such as when it started or what were some of the best clubs to catch a good comic, this podcast is it. I love how the guys splice in interviews with comics and some of their stand up jokes. I can’t wait for season 3.
This podcast is so informative.. I was blown away at the historic facts both good and bad... amazing work guys
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