Maria Bamford

NS2 & CMH present:

Maria Bamford

Jackie Kashian

Wed · September 20, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$35.00

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Maria Bamford
Maria Bamford
Maria started her performing arts career in Duluth, Minnesota at the age of 11 where she starred in the Chester Park Elementary production of How the West Was REALLY Won! A short number of decades later and look at her now! Rolling Stone named her one of their 50 Funniest People, and she’s the winner of the 2014 American Comedy Award for Best Club Comic!


Maria recurred as Debris Bardeaux on Netflix’s Arrested Development reboot, for which she was praised as “fantastic” (Entertainment Weekly) a “standout” (TIME) and “perhaps one of the high points of the entire new season” (Black Book Magazine). She also recurred on fX’s critically-praised Louie, Comedy Central’s Kroll Show and USA’s Benched.


She is the creator and star of Maria Bamford: the special special special, one of Vulture.com’s Top 10 Stand-Up Specials of 2012, and of the cult hit web series The Maria Bamford Show, which screened at the Museum of Art and Design and was described as a “cold blast of brilliance” by The New Yorker.

Maria is the first female comic to have two half-hour Comedy Central Presents specials and starred alongside Patton Oswalt, Zach Galifianakis and Brian Posehn in the Comedy Central series The Comedians of Comedy and Netflix’s Comedians of Comedy: The Movie. She has made numerous late-night appearances, most recently on Conan and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

Maria contributes comedic voiceovers for such animations as Netflix’s BoJack Horseman, Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time, PBS’s Emmy-winning series Word Girl, Nickelodeon’s Kung Fu Panda and Legend of Korra, and Fox’s upcoming Golan the Insatiable. She was also a regular voice on Nickelodeon’s CatDogand Back at the Barnyard (in which she reprised the role of Mrs. Beady from the Nick feature Barnyard).

Maria’s writing has been featured in The Onion, GQ and LA Weekly. She can be seen as both herself and her mother in the My Damn Channel web series Ask My Mom. Her latest CD, Ask Me About My New God! is available on Comedy Central Records.

In terms of showbiz, Maria has made it and is swimming in a gravy boat, filled with scrumptious gravy. She lives with two overweight dogs and a fiance in Eagle Rock, California. Go, Las Tiendas de Llantas!
Jackie Kashian
Jackie Kashian
Jackie Kashian is from South Milwaukee, Wisconsin which she loves like The Shire. Her stand-up has been described as “like listening to a really racy episode of All Things Considered.” She draws on personal experiences, but with a sardonic delivery matched with a geeky interior and surprisingly chill exterior. Her comedy has been cited as top ten on Amazon, top five on Vulture and critically acclaimed on IO9. She’s done stand-up all over the world, both performing for US troops in Iraq to Hong Kong to touring Australia for ten weeks for the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

Jackie Kashian is comic, writer, podcaster and occasional actor... she’s done stand-up on The Conan O’Brien Show, a plethora of shows for Comedy Central, and was a semifinalist on Last Comic Standing. Most recently she had roles on IFC’s Maron and Netflix’s Lady Dynamite.

Since 2006, Kashian has been hosting The Dork Forest Podcast. She invites a wide variety of guests, from stand-up comics, authors, actors and perfectly nice regular people to “dork out” on the thing they love most. Her new podcast on The Nerdist Network is with Laurie Kilmartin, called The Jackie and Laurie Show and is entirely about stand-up comedy. Her new album came out in March of 2017 and is called, “I AM NOT THE HERO OF THIS STORY.”
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403
http://charlestonmusichall.com/