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The bracingly honest stand-up Jimmy Carrane returns with World's Greatest Dad(?)


He’s become a master at the kind of storytelling he pioneered 28 years ago in I’m 27, I Still Live at Home, and I Sell Office Supplies.

It has been 28 years since storyteller, comedian, and teacher of improv Jimmy Carrane debuted his 1991 solo “intimate evening,” I’m 27, I Still Live at Home, and I Sell Office Supplies at the then very outsider-ish Annoyance Theatre. At the time only a handful of performers did this kind of bracingly honest autobiographical work, most notably Spalding Gray.…

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