A comedy show is a rare occasion when it's acceptable to laugh at another person's pain or scream "Yeah!" when someone asks how you're doing. Have an unconventional evening with this GrouponLive deal.
- $20 for one ticket to see Bill Engvall, presented by Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (up to $48.50 value)
- When: Saturday, May 24, at 9:30 p.m.
- Where: Hilbert Circle Theatre
- Seating: the rear of the main floor
- Door time: 9 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Many a great joke has been told by simply pointing out the absurd—a technique that Bill Engvall has mastered. The actor and comedian's signature bit, "Here's Your Sign", is founded on the simple premise that those who ask stupid questions should come with warning labels. On his first platinum-certified comedy album, also called Here's Your Sign, Engvall imagines a world in which this might happen, to insightful, hilarious results.
One of the stars of the Blue Collar Comedy tour and the WB's Blue Collar TV, Bill has also brought his wry style to films, comedy albums, and game shows. For three seasons, he starred in and produced the appropriately-titled Bill Engvall Show, and now voices the cleverly named character of "Bill" on CMT's animated series Bounty Hunters.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
What began as a group of musicians volunteering to play in 1930 took only seven years to morph into a full-fledged symphony orchestra—and it hasn't rested since. “Of Midwestern orchestras, none has risen so rapidly or so recently as the Indianapolis Symphony,” Time magazine declared in 1937. Its secret to growth: dedication. The commitment of the conductors and the musicians has carried them around the world to lands such as Greece and Chile, earning the ISO a letter of commendation by President Kennedy and all the instruments their very own mini passports. Today, helmed by Krzysztof Urbanski, the youngest Music Director of any American Orchestra, the esteemed institution continues to dazzle the community with its takes on classical classics and modern pop hits.