WTF Live With Marc Maron: Hit Podcast at the Steve Allen Theater
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The last date listed for WTF Live With Marc Maron was Tuesday August 28, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Heidi Duran
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I was really excited to attend a live taping of my new favorite podcast. I love Marc's commentary on life and he has really good banter with his guests. I definitely would recommend the podcast and attending a live taping if you get a chance. A very entertaining night. And the Steve Allen Theater is a good venue with a spacious parking lot.
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A recent "convert" to WTF (the podcast), I was eager to have the "Maron Experience" in the flesh (as it were). I tend to prefer the one-on-one conversations Marc has with his always fascinating guests (more introspective--less...continued
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“Comedy podcaster Marc Maron put together a fascinating hour of discussion." —_Entertainment Weekly _
“It’s a must listen for any comedy fan.” —_Comedy Central Insider _
“Marc Maron’s skewed, biting perspective now flourishes on his podcast, WTF With Marc Maron.” —NBC New York
“Right now, pretty much every comedian without a network TV show has his own podcast, but Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast_, here on the web or on iTunes has distinguished itself as the New York Times _of comedy podcasts, and by that I mean the definitive comedy podcast of record.” —Ira Glass of This American Life
“If you haven’t subscribed to Marc Maron’s _WTF podcast (via iTunes, etc), remedy this, immediately. Because the show, it’s hilarious.” —Vanity Fair _
_"WTF _ is vital for people enthusiastic about not only comics but storytelling, deep conversation, and lovable displays of pathos."_ —GQ _