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Best Comedy & Stand-up in Evansville

Whose Live Anyway? at Victory Theatre

Whose Live Anyway?

Whose Live Anyway (originally called A Night of Improv) first appeared in 1999 when it sold out two shows in under three hours to very enthusiastic crowds in Vancouver. Following its initial success, Whose Line Executive Producer and star Ryan Stiles expanded the number of appearances of the show to include many major cities in the Western USA and Canada where it has remained a constant sell-out.

David Sedaris at Victory Theatre

David Sedaris

David Sedaris is a Grammy Award-nominated humorist, writer, comedian, bestselling author, and radio contributor. Much of his humor is drawn from his unconventional North Carolina upbringing, his varied stream of odd-jobs (Christmas elf at Macy's, anyone?) and plays to his self-deprecating strengths, and now often concerns his life today in France with his partner.

Brian Regan at Victory Theatre

Brian Regan

Critics and peers agree Brian Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country. The "perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality" (Wall Street Journal), Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations. His clean language and sharp, sarcastic observations on everyday life have led him to be known as the "comedian's comedian".

Sal Vulcano at The Aiken Theatre

Sal Vulcano

Comedian Sal Vulcano is best known for his role on truTV's 'Impractical Jokers,' a hidden camera reality television show where Sal and his co-stars go through various challenges with the loser having to perform the worst challenge. Sal's upcoming tour will showcase his talent for producing hilarious stand up.

Jim Breuer at Victory Theatre

Jim Breuer

Man of a thousand voices and all round comic whirlwind Jim Breuer is heading out on tour once again. While he's a cult icon for his role in stoner comedy Half Baked with Dave Chappelle, Breuer has made a conscious decision to shift his stand-up in a family friendly direction in recent years because "it's much more challenging".