A popular ongoing comedy show that includes Arab, Persian, Armenian, Turkish, and Jewish comedians poking fun at themselves, their ethnic backgrounds and living in America. The ethnically diverse audiences truly appreciate the opportunity to laugh at themselves, and with others from different cultural backgrounds, an homage to the power of humor to connect and acknowledge the common humanity among all people.
The Sultans of Satire show has been a monthly feature at the world-famous Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs in L.A. Many of the most celebrated Arab and Iranian comedians in the world have been members of the Sultans cast. These comedians have been called "hilarious" and "politically incorrect," and have been widely covered in the media—from the Los Angeles Times to Fox News, the L.A. Weekly, NPR, and the BBC.