Mae Martin’s approach to romance is well documented. The Canada-born actor and comedian has explored the subject at great length in their standup sets, which are characterized by a unique brand of jittery and self-effacing honesty, and in their loosely autobiographical Netflix drama series Feel Good, which is characterized by its smoldering and anxious honesty. At their monthly shows at Los Angeles’s Largo Café—which feature, among other things, an ask-me-anything audience segment, an abundance of improv, and all manner of musical guests—they regale their audiences with tales of recent romantic escapades and mishaps.
Here’s Comedian Mae Martin’s Dating Philosophy. It Involves Survival Scenarios
The Canadian comedian shares their romantic red flags, their three “horniest places in LA,” and why an escape room is the best place for a first date.