Safe can be Funny

Here’s a great interview with my friend and fellow funny-woman, Catherine McCormick, once again, showing us all how it’s done.

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One thought on “Safe can be Funny

  1. I just want to write a short follow-up to this, because I actually attended Queer as F#$@! for the first time last night at The Steady, which is conveniently located approximately 2 minutes away from my apartment, and was surprised and delighted that:

    a) There were actually people there. Lots of them! And not all comics.
    b) The people in attendance were actually laughing, heartily &
    c) A bucket was passed around, and people were actually contributing to it!

    It’s a dream-room!

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