Comedian David Cross Returns to Standup, Announces Feb. 26 Date at TPAC


While best known for his eccentric turn as Tobias Fünke on beloved comedy series Arrested Development (or, perhaps more recently, for his quirky IFC show The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, which returns this Thursday for a long-delayed third season), older fans and comedy obsessives would most praise comedian David Cross for his work on cult ’90s sketch show Mr. Show, an HBO program that Netflix essentially revived late last year under the moniker W/ Bob and David (Bob being Bob Odenkirk, Cross’s partner in crime). Witty, dark, and satirical, Cross first began performing standup in the ’80s, really finding his stride as part of the Los Angeles alternative comedy scene of the early ’90s. Though he’s performed regularly over the years, even releasing numerous specials, Cross hasn’t toured regularly in six years. To make amends, he’s announced an extensive “Making America Great Again” comedy tour, which brings him to Nashville’s own James K. Polk Theater (at TPAC) on Feb. 26! Grab tickets here beginning Friday, Jan. 8 at 10 a.m. CST (or use the password ‘BLUE’ for the pre-sale), and check out a full list of dates below!

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1/26/2016 San Diego, CA. Observatory North Park
1/27/2016 Claremont, CA. Pomona College – Bridges Auditorium
1/28/2016 San Francisco, CA. Davies Symphony Hall
1/29/2016 Los Angeles, CA. The Theatre at Ace Hotel
1/30/2016 Monterrey, CA. Golden State Theater
1/31/2016 Santa Rosa, CA. Wells Fargo Theatre
2/2/2016 JFL Vancouver, Vogue Theatre
2/3/2016 Seattle, WA. Moore Theatre
2/4/2016 Spokane, WA. Bing Crosby Theatre
(Knitting Factory Presents)
2/5/2016 Portland, OR. Aladdin Theatre
2/6/2016 Portland, OR. Revolution Hall
2/12/2016 Madison, WI. Orpheum
2/14/2016 Royal Oak, MI. Music Hall
2/16/2016 Columbus, OH. Capitol Theatre
2/17/2016 Cleveland, OH. Masonic
2/18/2016 Pittsburgh, PA. Carnegie Hall
2/19/2016 Washington, DC. Warner Theatre
2/21/2016 Richmond, VA. Carpenter Center
2/23/2016 Charlotte, NC. Knight Center
2/24/2016 Durham, NC. Carolina Theater
2/25/2016 Charleston, SC. Galliard Theatre
2/26/2016 Nashville, TN. Polk Theatre
2/27/2016 Louisville, KY. Brown Theater
2/28/2016 Atlanta, GA. Atlanta Symphony Hall
3/8/2016 Denver, CO. Paramount (JP)
3/9/2016 Boulder, CO. Boulder Theatre
3/10/2016 Lincoln, NE. Rococo Theatre
3/11/2016 Kansas City, MO. Midland
3/12/2016 Minneapolis, MN. Skyway Theatre
3/13/2016 St. Paul, MN. Fitzgerald
3/15/2016 Milwaukee, WI. Pabst Theatre
3/16/2016 Chicago, IL. The Vic Theatre
3/19/2016 Buffalo, NY. UB Center for Arts
3/20/2016 Troy, NY. Troy Music Hall
3/22/2016 Englewood, NJ. Bergen Pac
3/23/2016 Red Bank, NJ. Count Basie Theatre
3/26/2016 Mashantucket, CT. Fox Theater
3/27/2016 Boston, MA. Wilbur Theater
3/29/2016 Boston, MA. Wilbur Theater
3/30/2016 South Burlington, VT. Higher Ground
3/31/2016 Northampton, MA. Calvin Theatre
4/1/2016 Port Chester, NY. Capitol Theatre
4/2/2016 New Haven, CT Lyman Center
4/3/2016 Philadelphia, PA. Merriam Theatre
4/14/2016 Orlando, FL. Hard Rock Live
4/15/2016 Tampa, FL. Louise Lykes Ferguson Hall
4/16/2016 Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Parker Playhouse
4/18/2016 New Orleans, LA. Orpheum Theater
4/19/2016 Shreveport, LA. Strand Theatre
4/20/2016 Houston, TX. Warehouse Live
4/23/2016 Dallas, TX. Majestic Theatre
4/24/2016 Oklahoma City, OK. Farmer’s Market

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