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CD "NOTORIOUS C.H.O."
recorded live at Carnegie Hall to give-away.
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give-away to the Vancouver premiere of "NOTORIOUS C.H.O."
at the Vancouver East Cinemas on August 17th courtesy of Out
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Margaret Cho stands elegantly on the stage as a
sold-out audience welcomes her with a raucous applause rarely
heard in the echoing hall of New York City's prestigious Carnegie
Hall. With typical poise and flair, these are her opening remarks:
"I'm pretty sure I'm the first Korean-American woman who has
ever stood on this stage without a violin."
An appropriately hilarious comment from one of
the most controversial, political and liberally feminist comedians
of our time. And, truth be told, it was also probably just one of
many firsts for Carnegie Hall that night. Unless you might happen
to know of a time where that hall has hosted conversations about
colonics, locating the elusive G spot, the embarrassing world of
underground sex clubs for heterosexuals or just how men would deal
if they were the ones that got visits from Aunt Flo every month .
Notorious C.H.O. Live at Carnegie Hall
captures Margaret Cho's boisterously entertaining closing night
show of a 37-city North American tour. Performed on January 16,
2002, the double CD vibrantly expresses the singular magic of the
evening even without visuals.
The film for The Notorious C.H.O., filmed
live in Seattle, will be out in theaters in many major markets
around July 4. As in her last film (1999's I'm The One That I
Want, from her Off-Broadway run), this one is also
self-produced. The last film (which was also self-distributed)
enjoyed tremendous success, generating a record $1.4 million at
the box office with only nine prints in circulation.
There are also whispers of a possible return to
television (she has so far avoided starting a new series since All-American
Girl ended in 1995), this time in animated form. But for now,
there's The Notorious C.H.O. Live at Carnegie Hall to
school us on the mechanics of feeling fabulous in your own skin
while laughing your ass off. (You can thank us later.)