Improv Shows Deals in Fort Lauderdale
Though a typical comedian leaves a glass of water on a stool for sipping throughout the set, the best comedians stay hydrated by catching spit-takes or the splashes of clumsy waitresses. Get doused with laughter with this GrouponLive deal to see Michael Yo Presents: Hot Mess Comedy at Improv Ft. Lauderdale. For $23, you get two tickets for general-admission seating on Wednesday, September 5, at 8 p.m. (up to a $47.40 value, including all fees). Doors open at 7 p.m. Improv Ft. Lauderdale requires a two-drink minimum for each guest, which is not included with this Groupon. Enigmatic comedian, E! ...
A master of popular music, standards, show tunes and jazz, the incomparable Tony Bennett returns to The Broward Center to perform selections from his vast repertoire of American classics and pop standards. At the age of 86, after six decades at the top of the charts, the legendary singer and winner of 16 Grammys shows no signs of slowing down, having released his latest album, "As Time Goes By: Great American Songbook Classics", this month. This album features a compilation of the Great American Songbook recordings from Bennett's Improv Records catalog. Bennett's known for his classic take on the Great American Songbook, as well as signature hits like "Rags to Riches" and "Fly Me to the Moon." Beloved by millions, with a universal appeal that remains undiminished, Bennett is one of a handful of artists who has had albums chart in every decade from the 1950s to now. A singer's singer and a Kennedy Center honoree, he is also an international treasure who was granted a Citizen of the World award by the United Nations, demonstrating the scope of his accomplishments.
Known for his intense style and uncompromising honesty, Bobby Slayton is one of America's top comics. He's been a stand-up for more than 30 years, touring extensively and headlining rooms across the country. Slayton has appeared on the "Tonight Show" and "Politically Incorrect", in his own HBO and Showtime stand-up specials, and in films ranging from "Get Shorty" and "Ed Wood" to "Dreamgirls". Slayton's distinctive gravelly voice and punchy delivery have also been heard on animated shows like "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist" and "Family Guy".