• Review: Showtime’s ‘Inside Comedy’ is a functional look at a wholly dysfunctional art

    After watching three episodes of Showtime’s new behind-the-curtain series, Inside Comedy, any rational entertainment goer will conclude, whether you like the series or not, that documentarian Ken Burns doesn’t need to do a series called Comedy. The show features in-depth interviews conducted by veteran comedian, writer and director David Steinberg with the most established names in comedy such as Don Rickles, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Robin Williams (pictured above).

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    Paul Provenza: Master of the green room

    By Jonathan Morvay Every Thursday at 10:30 pm EST on Showtime, comedy veteran Paul Provenza welcomes a handful of the best minds in comedy to the Green Room. And now, we get to finally listen in! I had my first true green room experience recently. I was asked to perform on a show in Los Angeles with some big name comedians, and was, of course, excited to meet them. When

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    Watch 'Green Room with Paul Provenza' trailer from Showtime

    In March, we let you know that veteran comedian Paul Provenza’s new show Green Room with Paul Provenza, would debut on Showtime June 10. Now, thankfully, the folks at the network have posted some video so that us anxious comedy fans can get a taste of what to expect. The show will have a panel of comedians discussing what goes on behind the scenes at comedy clubs and in the

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    Paul Provenza’s ‘Green Room’ will debut June 10 on Showtime

    In October we told you about veteran comedian and Aristocrats director Paul Provenza’s new cable series. Now, we can let you know that The Green Room With Paul Provenza has officially been set to premiere June 10 on Showtime. Provenza’s show will have a panel of comedians discussing what goes on behind the scenes, letting viewers in on the inside of the biz. It will air Thursdays at 10:30 p.m.,

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    Russell Brand's intimate night in New York

    On a day’s notice, and after hosting the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, comedian Russell Brand decided he wanted to work out some new material in front of a live audience at the Green Room in New York City. Just days before, he stood in the same room rehearsing his MTV bits for an audience. This seems to be his go-to performance space when he’s in the States. When

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