The cerebral and popular German cabaret comic expounds his theories on gender norms, primal instincts and a decidedly gastrointestinal Big Bang.
Argentine comedian Sebastixe1n Wainraich highlights the comedy in everyday life, from minibars to reasons why funerals are better than weddings.
Performing at a bar, Mexican stand-up comedian Mau Nieto dishes on his modest upbringing, his failed relationships and his attempts to stay sober.
Droll comic Ricardo Quevedo hits Bogota with a set that touches on embarrassing misunderstandings, sex talk, the thrill of being scared and more.
Colombian stand-up comedians Antonio Sanint and Julian Arango impersonate an Argentine visitor and a cabbie, and a pair of dirty old men at the opera.
Colombian comedian Alejandro Riano discusses the perks of dating a she-wolf, styles of dancing, the quirks of Bogota men and soccer game announcers.
From a Mexico City theme park, energetic stand-up Alex Fernandez riffs on music, cheap toys, insecurity and other fun things about growing up.
Mexican comic Alan Saldana has fun with everything from the pressure of sitting in an exit row to maxing out his credit card in this stand-up special.
Comedian Florence Foresti supersizes her act in an arena show packed with sketches, celebrity impressions, epic dance routines and special guests.
YouTube sensation Felipe Neto brings the stories from his autobiographical book "Nao Faz Sentido!" to the stage in this comedy special.
Carlos Ballarta mocks daily life in Mexico, including public transit, the education system and the corn seller who betrays your confidence.
The expressive Ricardo O'Farrill uses his astute comedic sensibilities to tease Christmas traditions, and not even Santa Claus escapes unscathed.
Eclectic character comedian Marco Luque plays himself in this stand-up special about relationships, regional differences and his own love of movies.
Eclectic stand-up comic Manu NNa relays everyday tales about the struggles of being gay in Mexico and shares his love of telenovelas and mezcal.
Comedian Salvador Martinha talks technology, trends, relationships and more in a stand-up special that doesn't take itself too seriously.
Comedian Daniel Sosa inhabits various characters, including a Tupperware dealer, a thirsty priest and a Trojan horse soldier in this stand-up special.