Review of the Cho Dependent Tour – San Diego

Margaret Cho gives it good at Humphreys by Renee Westbrook San Diego Local Music Examiner Margaret Cho can’t help but be brutally honest. It’s her nature. But there’s something else about her the audience clung to Friday night at Humphreys Concerts by the Bay; something that keeps gay, straight, young and old people of all […]

Review of the Cho Dependent Tour – Anaheim

Margaret Cho at the Grove of Anaheim Last Night by Ali Lerman OC Weekly The Hype: Gays and straights packed the house and laughed in perfect harmony last night at Margaret Cho’s “Cho Dependent” comedy show at the Grove of Anaheim. For a Thursday “school night” the size of the crowd was pretty impressive. Then […]

Review of The Cho Dependent Tour – Las Vegas

Margaret Cho takes to The Pearl (and DWTS) stages By Don Chareunsy Las Vegas Sun There’s not a lot to say about a Margaret Cho standup show when the majority of the content focuses on male genitalia and fecal matter, clinical terms that aren’t used in Cho’s live show, and one works for a company […]

Review of Cho Depenent Tour – Phoenix

Margaret Cho at Dodge Theatre: Crass Comedy for a Local Cause by Niki D’Andrea Phoenix New Times Poop jokes will never get old, and they will never die. But they may never be more explosive and fresh than they were in the hands of comedian Margaret Cho, during her performance at Dodge Theatre on Saturday […]

Review of the Cho Dependent Tour – Vancouver

Margaret Cho’s focus on toilet parts radiantly funny by Adrian Mack The Vancouver Straight Margaret Cho’s performance at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Saturday was so bracingly filthy that you wondered if people were cheering for the punch lines or the sheer nastiness of it all. Either way, it was a good night for the […]

Review of Cho Dependent Tour – Portland

Comedy review: Margaret Cho adds maturity — and musical comedy — to stand-up act in Portland by Lee Williams The Oregonian She may be making her first foray into musical comedy, but Margaret Cho already knows how to sell a song. And launch a new tour. Cho kicked off her latest national concert tour, “Cho […]

Review of Cho Dependent Album – The Huffington Post

Margaret Cho Is Just Plain Awesome (She’s a Friggin’ Rockstar SuperHero Bitch* on New Album Cho Dependent) The Huffington Post by Holly Cara Price Personally I love the whole record and foresee it living on my CD player for quite some time.  -Holly Cara Price, The Huffington Post ____________________________________ Margaret Cho gave me some of […]

Review of Cho Dependent Album by Sinister Girlz

Review of Margaret Cho’s Cho Dependent by Sinister Girlz Margaret Cho, “Cho Dependent” (August 24th) When it was revealed late last year that Comedienne and actress Margaret Cho was set to release an album I, like I’m sure many, figured it’d feature her brilliant stand-up instead we get 13 fully produced musical tracks. “Cho Dependent” […]

LA Times Review of Drop Dead Diva

‘Drop Dead Diva’ Lifetime’s new comedy offers an interesting twist on the old dippy-meets-dumpy scenario. By MARY McNAMARA, Television Critic The press material for Lifetime’s new comedy “Drop Dead Diva” contains a lot of accolades from “women’s groups” in which terms like “role model” and “grab your girlfriends” appear with alarming frequency — as if […]

NY Times Review of Drop Dead Diva

Chubby Legal Beagle, Meet Your Inner Skinny Siren By ALESSANDRA STANLEY Published: July 9, 2009 Someone heard the old line about a thin woman trapped in a fat woman’s body and took it literally. In “Drop Dead Diva,” a Lifetime series that begins on Sunday, an aspiring model and airhead named Deb (Brooke D’Orsay) dies […]

USA Today Review of Drop Dead Diva

Head diva Brooke Elliott is ‘Drop Dead’ terrific By Robert Bianco, USA TODAY There are shows and stars that catch you by total happy surprise. Even with the participation of acclaimed Hollywood producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, there wasn’t much reason to expect a lot from Lifetime’s new comic drama, Drop Dead Diva. Diva’s […]

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Margaret Cho gets every Tom, Dick, and Harry to laugh and relate

By Katie Heath “Tonight’s “Beautiful” tour returned audiences to a more primal state, double-fisting drinks, hollering, and screaming alongside Cho as she performed her routine of confronting “hush-hush” issues with trademark acid wit.” Despite the Chicago Theater’s attempt at well-mannered ambiance, there was no concealing the crowd’s Margaret Cho-–induced appetite for sex and booze in […]