British comedian Josie Long returns to New York with a brand-new, politically charged solo show about optimism, hope, and wanting more from life than it might be up for giving out. More…
A frequent guest on UK television and BBC Radio, Long has appeared on tour supporting Aziz Ansari, Eugene Mirman, and David Cross. Her previous one-woman show, 'Cara Josephine,' enjoyed successful runs across the UK, Europe, Australia, and in Los Angeles and New York.
See it if you're still having a hard time getting out of bed after the election.
Don't see it if you voted for the Sock of Rotting Egg Salad that won.
See it if Josie has revamped her show. She has taken current events and given the audience new hilarious personal takes. Ignore previous reviews.
Don't see it if You want your personal opinions ratified. She is the rare bird that flies a new trajectory.
See it if you want a show that is all (& only) about the bubbly enthusiasm & likability of the sole performer.
Don't see it if you want laughs, clever repartee, or insights into Brexit or really anything else.
See it if you're so in sync politically with Josie that you don't mind that there aren't actually any laughs in this comedy show.
Don't see it if you have the chance to see any other comedy show, which might actually be structured, focused, and not so tone-deaf.