Amazon is deepening its relationship with Alex Borstein.
In fact, the wonderful Mrs. Maisel star is preparing her first Amazon Original comedy special, which she titles Alex Borstein: corset and clown suit . It’s scheduled for release in April 18, which is four days after Maisel debuts its fifth and final season
on the service. Fittingly, it was filmed at the Walford Theater, the fictional burlesque club of Maisel Season 4, and relies on award-winning craftsmanship The team in the show.
Released as Borstein and her co-stars embark on another jam-packed awards season, the special is being billed as the three-time Emmy winner’s “respect to a A deeply personal and wildly fictional account of a person” woman trying to fuck with perception. Provocative and whimsical, the self-created performance will be assisted by Borstein’s muses and gurus, Barcelona-native musicians Eric Mills and Salva Rey. This is former Mad TV Star’s first special.
Corset and clown suit Appearing as Borstein, who thought Barcelona was home while she was away filming Maisel , eases into her next Professional chapter. Prior to her hit on Prime Video, she was best known as the voice of Lois Griffin on Fox’s feature-length animated hit series Family Guy. Throughout his busy career, Borstein has also worked behind the scenes, most notably as a writer on Showtime’s Shameless and on Working in front of the camera as the star of HBO’s famed dark comedy Getting On. Still, it’s in Maisel as scrappy, tough-talking manager Susie Myerson, where she gained a different kind of popularity and won a pair of AI Beauty Awards and SAG Awards.
Corset and Clown Suit Courtesy of Amazon Studios in partnership with Borstein, Dhana Rivera Gilbert and Scott Ellis serve as executive producers and Sal Carino and Matthew Shapiro serve as producers. Maisel Production Designer Also involved are Bill Groom, cinematographer M. David Mullen, music director Robin Urdang, music consultant Stewart Lerman, set designer Ellen Christiansen, sound editor Ron Bochar, sound mixer Mathew Price, and editors Tim Streeto and Zana Bochar.