Kate Clinton is perhaps America's brightest political comedian. Her agenda includes political material, savvy send-ups of modern family relationships, and illuminating perspectives on life as a gay American.
Kate has worked with some of the great writers and performers of our time. She participated in a staged reading of Tony Kushner's play SLAVS with Olympia Dukakis, Tracey Ullman, and Madeline Kahn at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York. Kate hosted an evening at the Kennedy Center when Richard Pryor received the first-ever Mark Twain Award. And she emceed the AmFAR Seasons of Hope event, where Clive Davis, Michael Douglas, and Billy Crystal presented awards to Quincy Jones, Sharon Stone, and Robin Williams. Download and start listening now!