Event on 2011-11-17 19:30:00
Lewis Black's meteoric rise to the pantheon of today's stand-up comedians has put him in the company of Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, and the late George Carlin. He's been a fixture on Comedy Central for more than a decade, starting with his rants on "The Daily Show" (Black in Black) and including TV specials and four albums for the network's record label – one of which, "The Carnegie Hall Performance," won the 2007 Grammy for the year's Best Comedy Album. There have been HBO specials, regular appearances on "Inside the NFL" and CNN, movie roles as an actor ("Man of the Year"), and he's even found time to write 40 plays and two best-selling books: "Nothing's Sacred" and "Me of Little Faith."
Note: Program will contain adult language and content.
at Ferguson Center for the Arts
1 University Place
Newport News, United States