Crazy Is the New Black
Margaret France was raised in scenic Yakima, WA. Growing up in a town that called itself "the Palm Springs of Washington" encouraged Margaret to develop a sense of humor from an early age. Anxious to break free of the hustle and bustle of a city of almost 70,000 people, Margaret left Yakima to attend a college in rural Iowa. Since then, her high spirits and facility with her native language have given her opportunities to entertain and enlighten audiences throughout the world, from karaoke hosting in Idaho to singing Carpenters covers in Japan. Her act draws on her experiences as the smart, saucy lesbian-next-door in a wide variety of contexts. While living in Bordeaux, France, Margaret started producing and performing in her own variety shows. After relocating to the San Francisco Bay Area, Margaret has become a variety show unto herself by including singing and awkward dancing in her act. Margaret can drop a one-liner or do the Cabbage Patch in a bunny costume without sacrificing the sincerity and down-to-earth delivery that makes her comedy both really ridiculous and ridiculously real.