Sarah Silverman speak up about Stand-Up Rate ThisSarah Silverman on standup success, network TV failureBY ERIC KELSEYLOS ANGELES — American comedian Sarah Silverman has been called profane, offensive, a provocateur and the funniest woman alive.Silverman, 42, fond of ironic jokes that often play on race, religion and rape, will star in her own standup comedy special, “We Are Miracles,” on HBO on Saturday.Silverman, who also starred in her own cable series, “The Sarah Silverman Program” from 2007-2010 and works as a liberal political activist, spoke with Reuters about her brand of humor and why she is not cut out for network television.Q:
If female comics are your thing, visit Broadway Comedy Club this weekend! On the shows, we feature Lynne Koplitz (as seen on WE TV), Rachel Feinstein (as seen on NBC'S Last Comic Standing), and a token guy, Jon Fisch (as seen on Late Night with Letterman). It will be a truly hilarious weekend of comedy!
Also, dont miss our Saturday block of great interactive shows. At 3pm in the Red Room, it is Eight is Never Enough, 6pm is Family Friendly Comedysportz and at 8pm and 10pm, celebrating almost 4