Marc Maron tickets are available right here at StubHub. Enjoy an evening with one of America's most established and well-respected comedians. Marc Maron has been performing to sell-out venues for decades, having honed his art of hilarious self-analysis to perfection. His latest show promises to be a fun-filled an evening of self-doubt, anxiety, black comedy and cynical observations!
Marc Maron: New York's finest
Marc Maron's self-exploratory humour includes deep insight into his relationships with partners, friends and family, typical of a New York-Jewish comedy style. Maron's hilarious self-analysis has made him hugely popular both sides of the Pond and in the Southern Hemisphere too. His numerous TV performances, podcasts, radio shows, books, solo stand-up shows and international appearances such as the Edinburgh Fringe, have earned him a loyal following the world over.
Born into a US Jewish family, Maron's comedy career started young at the age of 24. At this time he performed at the LA Comedy Store before moving to New York where he became a key member of the city's alternative comedy scene through the late 80's and early 90s. Maron continued to perform on the New York comedy circuit for over a decade. Marc Maron's first solo show, Jerusalem Syndrome enjoyed an extended Broadway run in 2000, unusually, the stand-up show is available to buy in book form.
His next one-man show didn't come until 2009 when he returned to stage with Scorching The Earth, a hysterical but raw commentary of the breakdown of his second marriage. In 2013 his first full length televised stand up was recorded for Netflix, Marc Maron: Thinky Pain. Just two years later another televised full length show More Later was recorded for Epix. Further credentials include The Marc Maron Show, a radio show for KTLK 1150 and Maron, a semi-autobiographical comedy about a sober comedian, produced in the same vein as similar shows Louis and Master of None. Maron ran for four seasons on IFC until 2016. As an actor, Maron has also appeared on various shows over the years such as Louis, Girls, Easy, Glow, Harvey Beaks and Metalocalypse. He has also appeared on the UK BBC music panel show Never Mind the Buzzcocks. His twice-weekly podcasts which have been running for eight years, WTF with Marc Maron, have also led to his somewhat cult-status as the thinking person's comedian. Book tickets for Maron's current show here on the StubHub website.