The best comedians are brutally honest about their lives, whether it's Richard Pryor and his substance abuse or Gallagher and his getting bullied by watermelons in school. Get candid laughs with this GrouponLive deal.
- $38 for a VIP package to Fortune Feimster (up to a $54.50 value)
- When: Saturday, September 21, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Cruze Bar
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
VIP package includes:
- VIP reserved seating
- Post-show meet and greet
- Professional photograph with Fortune, which will be emailed to the recipient within five days after the show
Warning: contains bleeped language; may create insatiable cravings for buffalo wings.
Although Fortune has the voice and the curls of a candied Southern belle, her sweet, salty, and charmingly blunt standup could make steel magnolias blush. A writer and roundtable regular on E!’s Chelsea Lately, Fortune first made her TV debut on the seventh season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, where her gut-busting tales of small-town adolescence propelled her into the semifinals. In her adroit standup act, Fortune often muses on coming out of the closet, Hooters waitressing, and the pains of being compared to Richard Simmons. She also flaunts the sharp, improvisational wits she honed at The Groundlings, the famed comedy institution where Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig got their start.
Ian Harvie One of the world’s first trans-gender standup comics, Ian has been hosting his own self-produced talk show from a Los Angeles nightclub since 2007. He's also worked with LGBTQ icons such as Jane Lynch, Alan Cumming, Kimberley Peirce, and Buck Angel.
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Justin Martindal Texas comic seen on LOGO's One Night Standup.
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Gab Bonesso Winner of "Best Comedian" in Pittsburgh Magazine "Best of the 'Burgh" Readers poll.