Critically acclaimed comedian who’s appeared on Conan and This American Life shares comedic insights with her signature vulnerability
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$13 for one ticket to Comedian Tig Notaro (up to $28.10 value)
_Warning: contains not the worst word in the world, but maybe the worst thing you could say to a stranger_
Her Breakthrough: in 2012 when she opened a set at the Largo with the words “Good evening. Hello. I have cancer. How are you?” It rocketed her to national attention and prompted Louis C.K. to call it one of only a few “truly great, masterful standup sets” he’d ever seen.
Her Accolades: a Grammy nomination in 2014; dubbed one of the “50 Women Who Are Changing the World” by Business Insider; named one of “50 Funniest People Now” by Rolling Stone
Her Projects: regular appearances on Conan and This American Life; helming her weekly podcast, Professor Blastoff; the forthcoming Showtime program Knock Knock It’s Tig Notaro; a 2015 TED Talk; a role in Amazon’s Golden Globe-winning show Transparent