Monday, April 8, 2013

Etta May is Breaking Out Her BEST Comic Moves at StarDome April 17-21!

StarDome Fans, get ready for the "Queen of Southern Sass!"  She will be delighting us with her hilarious Southern wit April 17-21! Etta May's take on teenagers, life and love will have you in stitches.  She's full-on energy and antics & you're going to love her!  So be sure to get your tickets & buckle up!  

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APRIL 17-21, 2013


Tuesday, April 2, 2013

BANG, BANG, BANG, BANG!! John Witherspoon at The Stardome April 12-14!!

Funnyman John Witherspoon has parlayed a successful career as a standup comic into a series of memorable film roles. Born in Detroit, MI, John Witherspoon began his show business career as a model in the early '70s before striking out on his own as a stand-up comedian.  

John made his first television appearance on the 1970s series Barnaby Jones, starring Buddy Ebsen. On the big screen, Witherspoon has starred alongside some of the biggest and brightest comedians in the business, including Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler and Tim Meadows, in films such as Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001), Little Nicky (2000) and The Ladies Man (2000), as well as a role in Warren Beatty’s Bulworth (1998). No stranger to the world of television, Witherspoon has logged serious time in front of small screen cameras, appearing in an impressive list of TV projects spanning more than two decades, including a five-year stint starring as Pops on the WB sitcom The Wayans Brothers, and guest appearances on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The Martin Lawrence Show, Living Single, The Incredible Hulk, The Richard Pryor Show, Hill Street Blues, Good Times, and WKRP in Cincinnati, to name a few. He has also made countless appearances on shows such as The David Letterman Show, Live in LA and HBO's Def Comedy Jam. Witherspoon appeared as Ice Cube’s outrageously funny, dog-catching dad in Friday (1995) and Next Friday (2000) and returns in the latest instalment, called Friday After Next (2002).

Witherspoon has also recently finished his stand up comedy tour. He has also taken his success in acting and continued it with screen writing a movie called From the Old School where he takes the role as an elderly working man who tries to prevent a neighborhood convenience store from being developed into a strip club. Witherspoon has just come out with The John Witherspoon Collection, which is a line of comical greeting cards known as Spoon Cards. He is the official spokesman for a Washington, D.C. used car dealership.

                                          *Warning: Strong Language     


APRIL 12-14, 2013