Since she was seventeen, Caitlin Cook has lived by a code: if something scares her, she has to do it. Join this LA-born, NYC-based, Oxford-educated, hyphen-addicted raconteur for a raucous hour of comedy, music, and bathroom graffiti to find out why.
“Go see this show.” - Michael Che
“Her songs will get stuck in your head for weeks! Seriously, this is talent. Do not miss this show.” - Natalie Palamides
“She’s absolutely lovely, but she wears a lot of velvet, and I hate that texture.” - Daniel Sloss
“Somebody get this girl a writing job already.” - Kyle Kinane
“I not usually into musical comedy, but she’s killer. Big fan!” - Mark Normand
“Oh my goodness, you’re like a female Adam Sandler because your songs are hilarious, and, like, you’re Jewish!” - Drunk girl in Texas
Not your conventional stand-up, Cook masterfully combines witty one-liners and scintillating storytelling with hilariously irreverent musical comedy and projected visuals. Having previously previewed Death Wish at premiere venues in New York, London, Los Angeles, and Chicago, Cook is officially debuting her hour at the Edinburgh Fringe. Get your tickets now.