One of the smartest, funniest and greatest female comedians of all times is bringing her brand new Kathleen Madigan Boxed Wine and Bigfoot Tour to a theatre near you. She announced back in January that she will be touring the US bringing her amazing humor along with her. The show began on January 12 and was due to finish on June, however, due to the enormous success it had, she had to announce more dates to be added to the schedule.
So you still have a chance to catch her amazing act live and enjoy the full comedic legacy of Kathleen Madigan. Tickets for the new tour dates are already for sale on our website. The new upcoming leg of the Boxed Wine and Bigfoot Tour is set to begin on July 14 at the Borgata in Atlantic City, New Jersey and will come to an end on December 1 at the Comedy Castle in Royal Oak, Michigan.
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BiographyKathleen Madigan was born on September 30, 1965, in Florissant, Missouri. She has had a career spanning over two decades and she has never been more successful than now, her Showtime Special, Gone Madigan was an instant hit and gained World famous status. Over the years she has had multiple appearances on TV shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Conan, and practically any other Late Show on TV.
Kathleen has won the American Comedy Award in the Best Female Comedian category as well as the Phyllis Diller Award for the same category, in 1996 the American Comedy Awards honored her as the Funniest Female Stand-Up Comic. To the date, she still holds the record for being the only comedian to ever go unchallenged in the history of the NBC show Last Comic Standing. She has also been an active participant on USO Tours, two of them to be exact, supporting the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan alongside Lewis Black a fellow comedian and personal friend. She is no stranger to writing comedic material for other comedians, most notably in 2004 and 2005 she was a writer for the Legendary Garry Shandling when he was the host of the Emmy Awards. She also appeared on the Jerry Seinfeld's show, Comedian in Cars Getting Coffee. Her tours are always a hit for both critics and hardcore fans.
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|2013||Madigan Again||New Wave Dynamics|
|2008||Shallow Happy Thoughts for the Soul||Audio & Video Labs, Inc.|
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