Why See New York Comedy Festival - Marc Maron?
WTF Podcast Host Marc Maron Performs Live
Founded by entertainment mogul Jarrod Moses and comedy champion Caroline Hirsch in 2004, the New York Comedy Festival highlights the best and brightest of the comedy world, often showcasing over 200 performers in over 60 different shows, from good old fashioned stand up comedy to podcasts, panels and more! Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary, the festival welcomes comic, feral cat wrangler and writer & host of the WTF Podcast Marc Maron for an evening of weird, wonderful and deliciously dark humour.
Beginning his colorful career at LA's historic Comedy Store, Maron then moved to New York in the early 90s and became part of the city's alternative comedy wave. After stints on TV in The Marc Maron Show, Morning Sedition and Breakroom Live, the gifted performer turned his talents to the world of podcasts, and is still enjoying the cult success of his bi-weekly show WTF with Marc Maron. His brand of comedy is typified by the relentless exploration of his relationships with others, from his significant other to his family, friends and other stand up comedians.
Performance date: 10 November 2018
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