Thanks to the enormous success of the spring leg of his tour, the comedian announced upcoming Fall Tour Dates for his latest show, Lewis Black the Joke's On Us Tour 2018. Tickets went on sale back in April, so be sure to check up online for his entire schedule. The comedian is bringing his "comedic superpower" onto this new Tour with a brand new material, where he discusses his political views in the only way he knows how, and the only way we enjoy it.
As one of the most prolific Comedians of all times, he will be showcasing his entire humoristic legacy as he will jokingly talk about all the recent attacks by president Trumps on comedians. This brand new USA Tour is set to begin on October 04 at the Akron Civic Theatre in Akron, Oklahoma and would come to an end on December 7, at the Orpheum Theatre in Wichita, Kansas.
BiographyLewis Black gain public notoriety through his multiple appearances on The Daily Show back in 1996 which led to many comedy specials on HBO, Comedy Central, and Epix. In 2001 he received the Best Male Stand-Up by the American Comedy Awards.
He has recorded eight comedy albums and won in 2007 a Grammy Awards for his "The Carnegie Hall Performance, and a second one for "Stark Raving Black". He is also a best-selling writer having published three books all of which were an instant success, Nothing's Sacred in 2005, Me of Little Faith in 2008, and I'm Dreaming of a Black Christmas in 2010.
2012 was the biggest year for the comedian as he sold-out 8 of his shows on Broadway, including two produced by HBO, called Black on Broadway. In 2015 he had a supporting role in the academy award winner animated movie Inside Out where he lent his voice to the character "Anger".
He also has a live show on Audible called The Rant Is Due where he rants about behind the scenes moments of his tours, receives phone calls, among other things he is famous for. His performances have always been characterized for his "cathartic" released of both disillusionment and anger onto the audience watching or listening to him. Lewis Black has mastered his comedic legacy to a point where he can bring an entire audience rolling on the floor laughing while still delivering compelling and relevant political opinions about its current climate.
|2017||Black to the Future||Stark Raving|
|2012||In God We Rust||Comedy Central Records|
|2011||The Prophet||Comedy Central Records|
|2010||Stark Raving Black||Comedy Central Records|
|2008||Anticipation||Comedy Central Records|
|2006||The Carnegie Hall Performance||Comedy Central Records|
|2005||Luther Burbank Performing Arts Center Blues||Comedy Central Records|
|2003||Rules of Enragement||Comedy Central Records|
|2003||End of the Universe||Stand Up! Records|
|2000||The White Album||Stand Up! Records|