Maria Bamford on her new extraordinary and the beauty of a daytime strip shopping center set
About comedy, Maria Bamford has consistently been one to try different things with form. Her last special, Netflix’s Old Baby, found the comic performing to a slowly developing crowd—at first to herself in the mirror, at that point to a gathering of people on the street, and later to an enormous theater.
And keeping in mind that her most current special, Weakness Is The Brand, discovers her again before a seated, mindful crowd, Bamford investigated some elective techniques for practice in preparation.
At the point when talked with Bamford on a weekday afternoon earlier this month, she had quite recently wrapped up a daytime comedy set at a strip shopping center around—a kind of venue she has found especially helpful for testing out new material, and the perfect time of day so she can be home in the evening for snuggles with her husband Scott and their beloved dogs.
When talked with the comic about the numerous advantages of the midday set, how she utilizes Twitter to meet members for her one-on-one practice, and why she feels strange about selling merchandise at her shows.
Maria Bamford’s Weakness Is The Brand debuts —January 28th—through Comedy Dynamics, and is accessible now on different platforms, including Comcast, Amazon Prime Video, Spectrum, Apple TV, Dish, Google Play, DirecTV, Vimeo, and YouTube.
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