After the pandemic crisis, every industry has been halted from their works, especially the entertainment field has been facing quite a lot of struggles as shooting, film releases and shows have been canceled.
Focusing on all walks of Hollywood celebrities like actors, writers and directors, one of the prominent magazines ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ has interviewed the popular standup comedian Michelle Wolf.
The standup star was to go on a tour by this time but sadly all that has come to a pause due to the COVID-19 breakout. Michelle is spending her quarantine with comedian Dave Chappelle and his family at Ohio and she shared with the magazine that she has been trying to spend this time in a productive manner rather than drinking or playing games.
Here are few questions that were asked to Wolf
The interview started with How are You
She responded that she is doing great and making efforts to stay positive at this crucial time and have been planning to spend this period useful. Speaking on it she said: “I think this is the universe’s way of saying, ‘Go to your room and think about what you’ve done.'” It’s funny though. I never thought I’d see the inside of so many people’s houses. And, yes, I’m judging you. Why you got so many books? Those are your pillows? Get new curtains. I love your kitchen. It feels like mini episodes of MTV’s Cribs. Hide stuff in the background please! Get creative. Little Easter eggs for me to find, because, honestly, what you’re saying isn’t really that interesting. “
You’re Day Post Lockdown
To this, she answered: “Well, I don’t think time exists. [Laughs] I get up, I make coffee, I play Candy Crush, which is very similar to a normal morning pre-pandemic. At some point, I go out for a run, I try to get a little writing done and then I do a lot of online browsing/shopping. And then at some point, I’ll make a meal. I don’t even call them breakfast, lunch, and dinner anymore, I just call them meals one through six. And then the night normally ends with the watching of a TV show or a movie and either drinking wine or making cocktails.”
What was your plan right now?
“I was supposed to be on tour, I would have been traveling every week. I’m actually staying out in Ohio, so I’m out of the city and I’m in quite good company and we’re trying to make the best of it.”
Tours Post Quarantine Time
“I do think the way back is doing smaller venues. I’m hoping that people will be hungry to get out and hungry for entertainment. Like, I know I can’t wait to go out to eat. I know money is going to be tight for a lot of people, so I think smaller venues and a lower ticket price will be the play.”