January 27th, 2012
“I’m definitely a standup comic. That’s what I’ll always be. And that’s the work I do that really is what defines me,” she says. “Everything else is wonderful and part of it, but I identify as a standup comedian. That’s where I come from and where my livelihood comes from most of the time, but it’s also where my joy comes from. All the writing I do or the journalism I do or the music I do is still comedy to me. To me, it’s really the same. I don’t feel like I want to cross over. That would be weird. I love being a comic. The whole point is to not be taken seriously!” Read more here.
January 26th, 2012
Join fearless comedian Margaret Cho and Aisha as they tear through sh*tty british audiences, performance inadequacy, drunken club employees, comedy nerdery, the icy fist of fear, the creative fuel of self-destruction, motorcycle love, and excrement emergencies. Plus, Margaret is a chubby chaser, and Aisha insults the dorsally challenged. Girl on Guy. Back away slowly.
January 19th, 2012
Sydney Morning Herald 1/9/2012
Hot, sharp and unflinching, Margaret Cho owned the Opera House concert hall with her late-night Just For Laughs gig. The American-Korean comedian’s stand-up is audacious but its brilliance is wit, not simply shock value.
January 16th, 2012
Margaret Cho: The Girl With the Genteel Tattoo
By Barbara Chai
Comedian and actress Margaret Cho stopped by the WSJ Studio to talk with Speakeasy’s Barbara Chai about her new DVD, the coming season on Lifetime’s “Drop Dead Diva,” and her freshly-inked tattoo.