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Many comedians know how to work a room and get laughs from their own experiences, but few know how to channel laughs from their own anxiety as well as Maria Bamford. Especially vocal about her own mental health, the “Arrested Development,” “Lady Dynamite” and “BoJack Horsemen” star has been lauded as “revelatory” by Entertainment Weekly and labeled a “must-see” by both Rolling Stone and Variety. She’ll be at the Royal Oak Music Theater on Friday, May 25 at 7 p.m.
Bamford is famous for her various voice impressions, her unique banter and has described her comedy in an interview with C-Notes as “chatty.”
“Well, the one thing that’s consistent is that I just keep making things. I think I talk a lot more in my own voice now. I don’t know if it’s for good or for bad. I think I deliver more words per second. I’m more chatty in my performance,” she said. “I was a bit more stilted, and I was more succinct before. I don’t know if it’s just that I feel more comfortable, but I’m more chatty.”
For more information about the show, go to royaloakmusictheatre.com. Tickets start at $29.50.