Fans of Marc Maron’s “WTF” know that he begins each episode with stories from his life.
Whether it’s recapning what he’s eaten that week, discussing relationships with friends, or explaining how his last gig went, Maron has a gift for making listeners feel like they’re there.
Well, on Thursday, December 8th, you can to be there.
That night, Maron will be performing at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. shows at New York’s Town Hall and taping his new HBO special.
While we don’t know what the ‘GLOW’ star’s material will cover, he said, “It’s been a tough few years and the lesson I’ve been working on is very provocative and personal. I trust HBO to get it right because they have the guts to make a point as a network. AND they get the deep funny,” reads a statement accompanying the network’s press release.
The best thing is that the tickets for the two NYC shows are not too expensive.
So if you’re planning on going to the early 7pm show, Vivid Seats prices start at $46 before fees.
Lower level orchestra seats are available for $59 before fees.
For those attending the 9:30am, tickets can be found for as little as $61 before fees.
All prices were found at the time of publication and are subject to change.
Prior to these performances, Maron will play two shows at the Orange Peel in Asheville, NC on December 2nd at 7:30pm and 9:30pm
How to hear WTF
Although Maron made his mark as a comedian for two decades before deciding to host a podcast, it’s on WTF that he really made his mark.
Want to sit back and watch some past episodes?
Now you can.
All episodes — including interviews with notable guests like President Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen and, of course, Gallagher — can be listened to on Maron’s WTF+ app for just $5 a month.
Here you can listen.
The app also features listener Q&A, movie reviews, chats with special guests, stand-up routines, and “anything else[Maron]can think of getting into a mic,” according to its website.
How to Stream Maron
From 2013 to 2016, Maron starred in a semi-autobiographical series on IFC.
Over the course of four seasons, viewers saw Maron deal with incompetent assistants and possums, as well as difficult issues such as family problems, therapy and addiction.
In a 2015 review, The AV Club praised the sitcom, saying, “(Does not) rely on cheap humor or sugar-candy moments to spice up the stories, but allows both comedy and drama to flow organically from a genuine, open-minded spirit Place.”
You can stream all four seasons here for $1.99 each.
Movie “For Leslie”.
Earlier this year, BlueWater Lane Productions released the drama To Leslie, starring Andrea Risenborough, Allison Janney and Maron.
The film tells the story of Leslie (Risenborough), a troubled, alcoholic Texan who squandered her lottery winnings years ago.
These days she sleeps outside of motels and is subsequently found by one of the owners named Sweeney (Maron).
From then on our lips are sealed. tell nothing.
The film holds an impressive 98% Fresh on the Tomatoes rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and the critical consensus is that “the film’s familiar setting is given additional depth by an outstanding Andrea Riseborough and a sensitive and nuanced approach to the cycle of addiction.”
Rent the film on Amazon Prime for $3.99 here.
Books by Marc Maron
Want to dig even deeper into Maron’s brain?
Maron’s comedic memoirs Attempting Normal and The Jerusalem Syndrome, as well as a collection of excerpts from WTF Waiting For The Punch are all available on Amazon Prime.
Comedy Specials by Marc Maron
Over the years, Maron has consistently released a handful of specials that take audiences to where he was emotionally and comedicly at that particular part of his life.
Here you can see all four as soon as… now.
• Thinky Pain (2013) is available from Amazon
• More Later (2015) is available from Amazon for $3.99
• Too Real (2017) is available on Netflix
• “End Time Fun” (2020) is available on Netflix
Comedians on Tour 2023
Comedy nerds, we bring you good news.
Many of the funniest acts will be distributing their material across North America next year.
Here are just five must-have comics that you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you.
• Jerry Seinfeld
• Katt Williams
• Jim Gaffigan
• Jo Koy
• Bert Kreischer
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