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A penchant for risky, personal choice of topics (her most recent standup special, “RAPE JOKES,” centered on sexual assault raised & almost $100k for RAINN) has always made Cameron Esposito a bit of a pioneer. Still, she never saw herself joining the first generation of gay divorceés. Fuck.
“Separately” is about gut-kicking loss, sticky rebuilding, & dying your hair unpredictable colors to try to stop your bleeding heart and comes to Joe’s Pub after sold out runs in Los Angeles and London, and a Just for Laughs Montréal residency, where the show garnered reviews like: “This version of Cameron Esposito is a hot mess. And it’s okay. Watching her being a hot mess in the middle of a period of personal trauma — and also being okay with it — is both inspiring and edifying...you should really go see it.” (Cult MTL)
Cameron Esposito is a standup comic, actor, and writer who has appeared across television and film, and most recently, in print in The New York Times. You may also know Cameron from her popular interview podcast, Queery. Her first book, Save Yourself, is forthcoming in March 2020 from Hachette/Grand Central Publishing.
Doors at 6PM
Show at 7PM
Photo credit: Kim Newmoney