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Gutsy, inflammatory, and always passionate, Margaret Cho has become one of the biggest icons in comedy as well as activism since taking the scene by storm in the early 1990s. From sitcom stints on the ground-breaking All American Girl and Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva to her Grammy-nominated comedy albums and one-woman off-Broadway shows, the comedienne fearlessly speaks her mind about feminism, racism, and gay rights. But she knows audiences are more likely to listen to her opinions on her hot-button topics when they’re injected with hair-raising hilarity.
For her latest stand-up show, psyCHO, Cho continues to skewer modern culture and politics, training her signature fire on everything that fills her with rage and confusion. In her own words, “This show is about insanity and about the anger I feel about everything happening in the world right now.” However, while psyCHO has Cho unleashing steam from her ears per usual, it also has a vulnerable side to it as she remembers the late Robin Williams and Joan Rivers, whom she describes as her “father in comedy” and her “mother in comedy.”
Margaret Cho in the Concert Film Beautiful
Warning: contains mild language, graphic subject matter, and vivid depictions of Britney Spears’s freshness