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As a comedian, she says it would be a failure if everyone liked you. The other selling point is that this may well be the last time in the immediate future that Matafeo’s local fans will be able to see her perform at home. While she darts around Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall, during a whistlestop trip into the Southern Hemisphere, there’s talk about “four year plans”, her acting ambitions and also a lot of “upskilling”. Taking a short break from live performance, Matafeo is in Australia when we talk. A long running theme of the television skit show, Funny Girls , was its detractors. Her ambitions include more acting, more writing and even directing. She won’t be coming back for the comedy festival, next year.

Matafeo is less upbeat about coming back home. But now, as she gets ready to return to New Zealand, Matafeo says what she’d like more than anything is to just chill out. Why Rose Matafeo won’t be doing NZ stand-up comedy any time soon. So, I guess it’s a case of wait and see. It’s not like she hates stand-up comedy, she says she can’t imagine a future without it. As a comedian, she says it would be a failure if everyone liked you.

Why Rose Matafeo won’t be doing NZ stand-up comedy any time soon. She won’t be coming back for the comedy festival, next year. It is, according to her, “very, ah, horny Her ambitions include more acting, more writing and even directing.

Why Rose Matafeo won’t be doing NZ stand-up comedy any time soon

It’s just that she wants a break, and a change. I’m definitely not coming back any time soon, apart from little bits of work stuff. Which mafafeo why their show is set at a travel agency’s Christmas party. Rosr a well deserved break from stand-up, and a few ideas floating round, when should the home crowd next expect to hear from Matafeo?

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When that’s done, she doesn’t have any plans to return to home. Although she’s still weary of the haters, Matafeo is no longer surprised. They’ve got a pretty unusual take on Christmas. It was a show made for and by women. Matafeo, who says she is “normally quite modest”, calls the award “pretty huge”.

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After all, she has been doing it since she was a teenager. I think that’s probably a fair excuse.

A ckmedy running theme of the television skit show, Funny Girlswas its matfeo. So, it’s been going very well. She’s working hard “making it in the big city”. She’s acting in another television programme there, something she’s keen to do more of.

She estimates a quarter of her glaa has been spent touring her award winning show Horndog. But now, as she gets ready to return to New Zealand, Matafeo says what she’d like more than anything is to just chill out. She loves the hate. The other selling point is that this may well be the last time in the immediate future that Matafeo’s local fans will be able to see her perform at home.

Matafeo is less upbeat about coming back home.

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Before she can answer that, she needs a break. It has, obviously, worked out for her. It’s not like she hates stand-up comedy, she says she can’t imagine a future without it. In the past, she’s spoken about how she seldom enjoys stand-up comedy — but that may have been a misstep. Although, she has no plans to move back, anyway.

As a comedian, fomedy says it would be a failure if everyone liked you. Since then, Rose Matafeo has staged her own funeral, dated sport stars for television skits, and she also won the world’s biggest comedy award. Taking a short break from live performance, Matafeo is in Australia when we talk.

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With talk of burnout, impending television contracts and that Edinburgh award, her lack of specifics is understandable. She may have done some stuff in between the rode and the dating skits, as well. Winning it has landed her more job offers, but more importantly, she says she’s now not afraid to write “comedian” on a CV.

Think about Funny Girlsand the bulls So, I guess it’s a case of wait and see. From New Zealand, it can be hard to grasp how huge an award like that is. At 17, like most up-and-coming creatives, she was posing next to a tree to publicise her work.

She leaves the door open to non-comedy work, too. What she will say, however, is that she wants to focus on longer productions and learn to direct. Rose Matafeo has taken the world by storm. But in New Zealand, she says it’s different. Although she’s been talking about wanting to direct, write and act, she says comedy will always be in her future.

It has, after all, been a pretty big year. While she darts around Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall, during a whistlestop trip into the Southern Hemisphere, there’s talk about “four year plans”, her acting ambitions and also a lot matxfeo “upskilling”.

Work Do was her first time writing a rosr, as opposed to skits and stand-up. It’s true, she’s been run off her feet.