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Margaret Cho
Price On sale Friday, Aug. 2nd.
Age Suitability All Ages
Categories Comedy Rock
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Margaret Cho

Wednesday, Oct 23, 2013 8:00p

Margaret Cho’s new stand up show features her trademark raunchy, socially relevant and politically-charged comedy, and offers a unique chance to see her perform a handful of songs from her new comedy music album, Cho Dependent.

In the spirit of Cho’s diverse identity and equally diverse career, Cho Dependent features her burgeoning foray into the realm of comedy music. Peppered throughout her brand new stand up show, Cho will be showcasing a few songs from her forthcoming Cho Dependent album (to
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Beginning with her early days on the scene in SoCal, comedian Margaret Co has always been the Agent Provocateur of stand up. Never one to shy away from a difficult, or even 'taboo' topic, there is no subject off limits....
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The Paramount Theatre
713 Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 472-5470
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Mar 12, 2008 - Bingo Book on Margaret Cho
Mannerisms don't sync well with the content

There are a few things that bother me about Cho, and most of them are superficial. The content of her bits is often a little punkish, but come out sounding like a valley girl, which just seems weird to me. It really detaches me from her, which is a bad thing for a comedian. A good comedian should make you feel like you're there when telling the story through imagery, or express things you can relate to, so you can fill in the gaps yourself. Imagining a character like herself follow through her stories feels unbelievable, and not in the good way. I often wonder how she didn't get decked for just being annoying. She also falls into the common pitfall of self depreciating race jokes. Thats always a bit of a cop out. I mean, I'm fine with it, but when she starts to bomb, out comes the impressions of her mom and the ridiculously thick "asian" accent.

If you like Carlos Mencia, you'll probably like Margaret Cho, which isn't a bad thing, because they aren't horrible comedians if you are into that thing, but their humor really has to be similar to your own for it to be appreciated at all. I find alot of my gay friends really like her because of her strong background in San Francisco, but when asked for specific examples they rarely have anything that doesn't sound kinda dumb upon repeating it outside the comedy scene. Guess you had to be there...

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