Point and Blame
I cut my comedy teeth on the AIDS crisis in San Francisco. We needed to laugh. Gay stand-up was born. I headlined concerts, clubs, and Pride events in Provincetown, Boston, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Madison, and San Francisco. I performed at the '93 March On Washington. I starred in the 1st gay stand-up comedy video, "All Out Comedy," and was featured in two books, "A Funny Time To Be Gay," and "Revolutionary Laughter." I still do sets. Here is my latest.
The Purple Onion closing night, 2012. Proud to be a part of it with some of the best SF comics.
"Marilyn is so funny, I find myself quoting her jokes long after I've heard them and I start laughing all over again." - Kev Court, Australia
Portland, OR 2009
Stagewerx Theatre, San Francisco, 2013
Audio from Boston's Berklee Performance Center concert. A lesbian audience. 1999.
Here's some of my favorite comedy collateral from my archives.