There's nothing like a great comedy show to make you forget all about the pressures of daily life.
That's why you can't miss this opportunity to see Lewis Black live on his very own speaking tour! Black will be performing
on Feb. 7 at Horseshoe Casino Robinsville in Robinsonville, MS, Feb. 8 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN, Feb. 13 at
the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne, FL, Feb. 14 at the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater in
Miami Beach, FL, Feb. 15 at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Center in Sarasota, FL, Feb. 16 at the Ruby Diamond Auditorium in
Tallahassee, FL, Feb. 27 at Tucson Music Hall in Tucson, AZ, Feb. 28 at the Orpheum Theatre Phoenix in Phoenix, AZ, Mar. 7
at the City National Grove of Anaheim in Anaheim, CA, Apr. 3 at the Scranton Cultural Center in Scranton, PA, Apr. 10 at the
Warner Theatre - Washington D.C. in Washington, DC, Apr. 25 and 26 at the Music Box at the Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ, May
9 at the State Theatre – Minneapolis in Minneapolis, MN, May 10 at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL, and May 11 at
the Coronado Theatre in Rockford, IL.
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Funnyman Lewis Black first began his standup comedy career in 1981, and has had
audiences rolling in the aisles ever since. Now, after decades of television and film appearances, Lewis Black is currently
on a speaking tour that is incredibly hard to match in today's standup comedy scene. Since the advent of his wildly popular
Daily Show feature Back in Black, Lewis Black's has attracted millions of fans in recent years. His tirades regarding politics,
current events, and social trends keep audiences coming back to his shows every year. Get to know this charming performer's
hysterical views on life itself. Snag a pair of tickets from StubHub and see for yourself what all the buzz is about!
Lewis Black was voted 51st of the 100 greatest stand-up comedians of all time by Comedy Central in 2004.
He was also voted 5th in Comedy Central's Stand Up Showdown in 2008 and 11th in 2010.
comedy style often includes simulating a mental breakdown, or an increasingly angry rant about history, politics, religion,
trends, and cultural phenomena. He hosted the Comedy Central series Lewis Black's Root of All Evil, and makes frequent appearances
on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart delivering his "Back in Black" commentary segment. He is currently the spokesman for Aruba
Tourism, and has appeared in TV ads that aired in late 2009 and 2010. Starting in January 2010, Black embarked on a new tour
called "In God We Rust."
Black was born and raised in a middle-class Jewish family in Silver Spring, Maryland. After
he graduated from Springbrook High School in 1966, he studied playwriting at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He went on to earn an MFA degree at the Yale School of Drama in 1977.
Black's career began in theater as a playwright.
His first gig was serving as the playwright in residence and associate artistic director of Steve Olsen's West Bank Cafe Downstairs
Theatre Bar in Hell's Kitchen in New York City, where he wrote hundreds of one-act plays from 1981 to 1989. Black later wrote
the musical The Czar of Rock and Roll, which premiered at Houston's Alley Theatre in 1990. It wasn't long before Black began
working as a comedian, in addition to scoring bit parts in television and films.
In 1998, Black starred in his first
comedy special in the series Comedy Central Presents. He starred in another Comedy Central special in 2002, titled Taxed Beyond
Belief. Since 2003, Black has hosted the World Stupidity Awards ceremony at Montreal's Just for Laughs comedy festival each
year that the awards have been presented.
In 2008, Black served as the host of History of the Joke with Lewis Black,
a 2-hour comedy/documentary that aired on The History Channel.In 2009, Black performed and filmed two gigs at the Fillmore
Theater in Detroit, MI. These shows formed the basis for the concert movie Stark Raving Black, which ran in theaters for a
limited period in October, and came out on video the following year.At the end of 2009, Black appeared on the History Channel
once again to host Surviving the Holidays with Lewis Black, in which he lamented the year-end stresses of Thanksgiving, Channukah,
Christmas, and New Year's.
In 2011, Black filmed two performances at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN. These shows
appeared in Black's comedy special "In God We Rust." The special made its premiere on Epix HD.