Much like constructive criticism from drivers you’ve cut off, some of the funniest comedy is designed to get a rise out of people. Get your fill of four-letter words with this GrouponLive deal to see Andrew Dice Clay at the Starlite Theatre at Riviera Hotel & Casino. Seating is general admission (blue) or preferred (yellow). Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get general admission for one (up to a $65.18 value, including fees).
- For $55, you get general admission for two (up to a $130.36 value, including fees).
- For $37, you get preferred seating for one (up to an $87.93 value, including fees).
- For $69, you get preferred seating for two (up to an $175.86 value, including fees).
Shows run Thursday–Sunday at 10:30 p.m. on the following dates:
- October 18–21
- November 8–18
- December 6–16
He's offended everyone: women, minority groups, MTV, singer Sinead O'Connor, Little Miss Muffet, and the rest of Mother Goose’s entourage. Clad in his signature leather jacket and finely manicured sideburns, comedian Andrew Dice Clay scowls in the face of controversy that has defined his career for more than 25 years. In his prime, he sold out Madison Square Garden on two consecutive nights, hosted Saturday Night Live, and earned a lifetime ban from MTV after reciting his adult-themed nursery rhymes at the 1989 VMAs. Having recently appeared in multiple episodes of the final season of HBO’s Entourage, the Brooklyn-born Diceman is ready to storm the Starlite Theatre’s stage to launch more no-holds-barred punch lines that could make The Great Sphinx drop its jaw. When talking to Salon about what to expect from his return to standup comedy, Clay said, "Look, my voice as a comic hasn't changed … I talk about human behavior, I talk about people and technology—about how they waste their lives on the phone they're carrying. You know?"
“Awesome show! I grew up remembering Dice's nursery rhymes than the real ones...maybe that's why I'm so twisted :) ”
“Have a great time!!!!”
“The price for tickets at the box office were 20 dollars cheaper than the groupon.”