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Lady ADHD

Comedian, quirky genius and overall rather loud person, Blaire Postman, was finally able to debut the tour of her one woman show- Lady ADHD - in front of a real, live audience on June 30, 2021, after months of writing and rehearsing it alone in quarantine. It combines Postman's uproarious signature flip chart stand-up comedy pieces with running commentary about her life with long-undiagnosed ADHD, and the lessons learned where the two intersect.

Lady ADHD is an unexpected, high-energy, and sometimes intense, tour inside the comic's brain, including a deeper look at the unusual patterns and connections she sees in ordinary things that go unnoticed by most people, and how that ability can make everyday items and experiences entertaining, fun and, occasionally, even revelatory - if sometimes chaotic.

As one reviewer noted: "Imagine if all the open tabs on your computer from a weekend of spiraling down Wikipedia rabbit holes were then woven into a cogent and brutally funny theory about the brain, art, aging, Americana and The Self."

Postman is known for her explosive, fast paced delivery and comedy that often spans unusual topics. Since starting stand-up in 2013 in Wilmington, NC, she's been featured by PBS's NewsHour, and appeared in the most prestigious comedy festivals in the United States, including SF Sketchfest, Limestone Comedy Festival and Asheville Comedy Festival. Though now based in Washington, D.C., Blaire performs at large, nationally known comedy clubs & theaters - as well as at smaller, cool-kid, indy comedy rooms - from New York and Washington, DC, to Austin and Minneapolis, to LA to Boise, and every corner of the country in between.