Hannah Gadsby Chats About Her Netflix Special, "Hannah Gadsby: Nanette"
- Published on: 6/19/2018
- In her hilarious debut Netflix Original stand-up special, "Hannah Gadsby: Nanette," comedian Hannah Gadsby gets up close and personal about her life and growing up gay on the small island of Tasmania. Recently hailed by the New York Times as a “major new voice in comedy,” Hannah keeps her audience at the Sydney Opera House laughing with her sharp observations as she takes aim at everything from pride parades, unsolicited opinions and the whole history of art before she turns her punchlines into sucker punches, silencing the laughs and flipping the art of comedy completely on its head. Watch her at BUILD, where she chatted with Huff Post Editor-In-Chief Lydia Polgreen.
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