The red-mopped comic keeps audiences in stitches with his wry humor and trunk full of signature props and inventions
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$25 for one ticket for seating in rows EE–JJ (up to $36.50 value)
$65 for one ticket for seating in rows DD plus a meet-and-greet (up to $86.50 value)
Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson in the ’80s: a young talent with curly ginger locks and endless clever ideas, ambitiously working his way up the comedy-club ladder
Carrot Top by the ’90s: the highest grossing touring comedian in all of America; crowned Funniest Male Standup Comic at the American Comedy Awards; ubiquitous appearances on screen and TV
Carrot Top dissected: the prop comedy of Gallagher tinged with observational humor and flat-out absurdity
Why, in the words of Carrot Top, “Nobody can steal my act”: he makes all of his own props by hand
What makes a Carrot Top show like a rock show: while he rifles through his trunk of pun-laden props and inventions, the stage gets flooded with lasers, music, fog, and, on occasion, pyrotechnics and confetti