Kathleen Madigan regales crowds with risqué tales and level-headed reflection on middle-aged singledom and rural Missouri
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A 15-time guest of Jay Leno, star of the 2013 DVD Madigan Again, and winner of the American Comedy Award for Funniest Female Comedian, Kathleen Madigan’s musings have drawn nods from such groundbreakers as Lewis Black and Ron White. Unassuming and deeply relatable, her act might touch on topics as wide-ranging as being single, being drunk, and being drunk and single at Disneyland. It’s that relatability that carries through in her Sirius XM program, Blue Collar Comedy and made her a favorite on USO tours of Iraq and Afghanistan. Madigan has also appeared on numerous iterations of VH1’s I Love the… series and as a talent scout and guest comedian on Last Comic Standing.