A Tanzanian comic delivers laid-back takes on culture, race, and relationships while relating an unusual life also discussed in his new book
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$20 for one ticket and an autographed copy of Ed Blaze’s new autobiography, World Peace Is Comedy (up to $52.25 value)
Ed Blaze and Friends
Warning: contains one brief, unpleasant sound akin to the loosening of phlegm
Where you’ve seen him: The Tanzanian-born comedian has opened for Dave Chappelle, Ralphie May, and Jim Gaffigan.
Common topics: African culture, human relationships, and politics
World Peace Is Comedy: The title of Blaze’s new autobiography, which covers the comedian’s childhood in Africa and life as a comedian, and explains how comedy is a healing force for people of all races and backgrounds
Other performers: a rotating lineup of comics seen on Starz, BET, Comedy Central, and HBO