Christopher Titus 3/5/20

Christopher Titus
Thursday, 03/05/2020 – 03/08/2020 07:00 pm – 10:30 pm
The Comedy Club
1 Seminole Way,
Hollywood, Florida 33314
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Cost: $25-$28

Christopher Titus will perform at The Comedy Club Thursday, March 5 to Sunday, March 8 in the newly expanded Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood.

Tickets are on sale now. Guests at The Comedy Club must be at least 18 years of age. The Comedy Club has a two-drink minimum per ticket (non-alcoholic drinks qualify). For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.hrcomedyclub.com.

Labeled as ‘hard funny,’ Christopher Titus, star and creator of the FOX show “Titus,” has released eight 90-minute albums in as many years. Known for leaving no stone unturned, especially within his own life and family, Titus takes his audience on a ride that will leave them exhausted from laughter. Titus also wrote, directed and starred in the film “Special Unit.” Released in 2017, that film has won film awards and has been released in 68 countries.

The Comedy Club is South Florida’s premier venue for stand-up comedy and hosts acclaimed comedians weekly, including top-name talent recognized on TV and streaming platforms. The new 400-seat venue offers a variety of seating including plush couches, family-style tables and highboys, and a full bar with light food options.

Miami New Drama Presents A Wonderful World 3/5/20 – 4/5/20

Miami New Drama Presents A Wonderful World
Thursday, 03/05/2020 – 04/05/2020 08:00 pm –
Colony Theatre
1040 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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Cost: $39-$65

Relish in the music. Meet the wives who shaped the man. Witness the story of a legend.

A world-premiere musical about jazz legend and singular American icon Louis Armstrong, featuring songs recorded and made popular by Armstrong, and original book by Aurin Squire, the multi-talented Opalocka-raised playwright and TV writer (This is Us, The Good Fight), and co-author of last season’s hit Confessions of a Cocaine Cowboy. A Wonderful World, traces Armstrong’s odyssey, the musical genre he helped define, and the complex history of race in America, from the birth of jazz in Armstrong’s native New Orleans to international stardom and the Civil Rights era. Squire focuses his musical drama through the prism of the women in Armstrong’s life. Directed by Drama Desk winner and Tony nominee Christopher Renshaw. Music arranged by Annastasia Victory and Michael O. Mitchell.