Rachel Bloom.

Rachel Bloom's One Woman Show, "Death, Let Me Do My Show," To Become A Netflix Special

Rachel Bloom in Death, Let Me Do My Show. Photo credit: Rebecca J. Michelson.

Comedian, actress & writer Rachel Bloom has announced that she'll be taking her critically acclaimed one woman show, Death, Let Me Do My Show, to Netflix later this Fall. The show, which debuted late last summer, just wrapped its sold out four week run & off Broadway engagement at the Lucille Lortel Theatre and will tape this weekend, July 12 & 13, the Williamstown Theater Festival in Williamstown, MA (tickets for those shows can be found here).

What to know about Rachel Bloom's Netflix special.

The one-woman musical comedy program is described as a show "that is definitely NOT about the ever-present specter of death. Rachel Bloom’s new show is filled with raunchy and escapist material that will in NO way explore the pandemic and all the tumultuous events that ensued in her personal life. NOTHING will stop Rachel from partying like it’s 2019!"

Death, Let Me Do My Show is directed by Seth Barrish, a frequent collaborator of Mike Birbiglia's, who previously directed his newest Netflix special & critically acclaimed show, The Old Man & The Pool, as well as The New One, Thank God For Jokes, & My Girlfriend's Boyfriend.

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