New York-based former cabaret comic Adrienne Truscott is an articulate, passionate and hilarious new voice in stand-up.
Her “Asking For It” show won the panel prize at the Edinburgh Fringe for its abruptness, honesty and scathing wit. We discuss the vulnerability of performing naked, the responsibilities of freedom of speech, and how to cultivate silliness from fury…
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