Mike Birbiglia: What I Should Have Said Was Nothing — Tales From My Secret Public Journal
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Mike Birbiglia performs in this live special that features a riotous selection of the unique insights and observations culled from his diary. Part concert, part stand-up, this special is sure to delight all Birbiglia fans!
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