Knock Knock, It's Tig Notaro

In Knock Knock, It's Tig Notaro, comedian Tig Notaro travels across the country in order to put on a series of performances in the homes, back yards, barns, and basements of her most loyal fans. These trips allow Tig to free herself from the grind of the comedy circuit, and to perform for her fans in more intimate – and random – settings. Each show has the potential to be an epiphany or a disaster, yet she eagerly dives into the chaos time and time again – embracing all of the awkwardness, adventure, and occasionally weird energy along the way. After an insane year, these trips give Tig a chance to laugh at – and celebrate – life itself.


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  • ★★★★★ review by LorraineSovern on Letterboxd

    I will forever lose sleep giggling at Tig's clown horn noise.

  • ★★★★ review by Mark Atkins on Letterboxd

    The editing was lovely, but the best part is just seeing the random people who wanted her to perform in their homes.

  • ★★★½ review by Dave on Letterboxd

    Engaging comedy standup special that spends equal amount of time onstage as it does offstage. It's a highly unusual road trip -- Tig and her friend perform stand up in the homes of strangers -- but surprisingly it works.

    It's not a gutbuster, but it has some sweet moments that feel genuine and heartfelt. It made me smile.

    A perfectly pleasant way to spend 90 minutes.

  • ★★★½ review by C.J. on Letterboxd

    I mean, there's nothing wrong with tagging along on a road trip with Tig Notaro and Jon Dore

  • ★★★½ review by Craig Duffy on Letterboxd

    I <3 Tig Notaro. Fun idea for a comedy special. The scenes with her and Jon Dore doing bits are priceless.

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