Tig Notaro

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“Good evening. Hello. I have cancer. How are you?” That’s how comedian Tig Notaro started her set at Largo on August 3, 2012.

Tig Notaro

“Good evening. Hello. I have cancer. How are you?” That’s how comedian Tig Notaro started her set at Largo on August 3, 2012.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

“Good evening. Hello. I have cancer. How are you?” That’s how comedian Tig Notaro started her set at Largo on August 3rd, 2012.

Comedian Tig Notaro

“Good evening. Hello. I have cancer. How are you?” That’s how comedian Tig Notaro started her set at Largo on August 3rd, 2012.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When Tig Notaro took the stage at  Largo  in August she had no idea what was to follow.

Tig Notaro: Crises and Comedy

When Tig Notaro took the stage at Largo in August she had no idea what was to follow.

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