The weather is getting cooler so it’s time for things to warm up indoors this fall, but there’s only one way to do it. Now that October is here, we’ve launched preparations for some of the biggest names and most known comedic talents to grace area stages with their side-splitting jokes and wisecracks.
Here are a few of the top comedy experiences and stage shows coming to town as we celebrate a season of love and laughter. You won’t want to miss these so be sure to get your tickets early!
There’s no telling what’s going to take place this weekend as Sommore headlines her hit Royal Comedy Tour with special guests Damon Williams, Mark Curry, Earthquake and Cincinnati’s very own Gary Owen. It’s not too late to get your tickets to see them all in action as Sommore and her friends shake things up. Which of these is your favorite? Let us know below on the message board. Click the links below for exclusive interviews with some of the multi-talented performers.
The comedy legend is back! This time he’s bringing years of experience and a newfound focus on his career. You’ve seen him on TV and onstage in cities across the world, but this weekend Cincinnati comedy fans will get to check out Sinbad up close and personal like never before!
Find out just what happens when the right woman falls in love with the wrong man in this riveting new stage play starring the works of one of Cincinnati’s own talented new voices Ericka Nicole Malone. You’ll want to get all decked out for this night of love, laughter and life lessons as the show takes on the main stage at the Aronoff Center this month.
Tyler Perry knocks out another ballpark hit with his brand new stage play and comedic storytelling in “The Haves & The Have Nots” coming to the city this month. The new show life of a wealthy family who has everything they need and most of what they want until they’re forced to take a look at how life on the other side really is for some of their closest friends, family and acquaintances. The show also features brand new music written by Tyler Perry, and delivers enough laughs to keep audiences laughing for the rest of the year.
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