Lewis Black Tickets

A genius at political satire, Lewis Black’s compelling style and articulacy rank him among the most prolific stage and television celebrities. His provocative material coupled with remarkable delivery work as a catharsis for the stressed audiences. A prominent touring performer, Lewis regularly entertains his fans in the US, Canada and Europe. Currently on his latest tour, Lewis is making stops at various cities for his live comedy shows. Experience one of them and enjoy his wisecracking.

Artist: Lewis Black

Awards: American Comedy Award, Grammy Award

Popular Work: The Carnegie Hall Performance, Stark Raving Black, The Root of All Evil, Black on Broadway

From Theater to Stand-up

Lewis Black studied drama and graduated in 1977. He turned his childhood fascination of theater into his vocation and started off as a playwright. With his commendable piece of writings, Lewis made the locally popular West Bank Cafe Downstairs Theatre Bar a major performing platform of the city. From 1981 to 1989, he wrote numerous one-act plays and supervised the works of many other subordinates associated with the West Bank. Among his early works, the 1990 musical, The Czar of Rock and Roll was applauded by the audiences. He soon emerged as a stand-up comedian when he performed as an opening act for his theater plays. He took the office as the Master of Ceremonies but left shortly to pursue a fulltime career in comedy.

Career Peak

Lewis’s passion brought him to the world of television where he made cameos in several of the shows including The Big Bang Theory and Law & Order. His major break came when he made his comedy special debut on the Comedy Central Presents series. Two more specials followed in 2000 and 2002 along with his performances in the Taxed Beyond Belief. In 2000, he also released his first comedy album, The White Album to critical acclaim. Lewis Black’s HBO special, Black on Broadway increased his popularity among the viewers. His recurring performances at the Carnegie Hall led him to release a disc titled The Carnegie Hall Performance that won him his first Grammy Award. His 2008 Comedy Central series, The Root of All Evil placed him among the most renowned and widely known comedians. Lewis Black added a number of television and stage credits to his resume. Meanwhile, he also starred in different films. Among those, Accepted, Unaccompanied Minors and Man of the Year are most famous. Lewis Black’s regular live shows provided material for his disc recordings that he released from time to time. His 2011 comedy album, Stark Raving Black won him his second Grammy.

Voice Works and Published Material

Lewis Black’s talents surpass the domain of television, film and stage. Besides his numerous other credits, he is also known for his voice works in the popular cartoon and animated series such as Duck Dodgers, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, My Gym Partner’s a Monkey and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. These shows added kids to his large fan base. Lewis published his autobiography, Nothing’s Sacred in 2005 that was well received by the readers as well as the critics. His other published works include Me of Little Faith and I’m Dreaming of a Black Christmas. These writings reaffirmed his position as a strong writer.

Lewis Black Live

Lewis Black has headlined various comedy events in many countries around the world. The irresistible vibe of his shows and bold stance make his fans buy Lewis Black tickets without a second thought. This is the reason that he is one of the most successful touring comedians. This season, Lewis is cracking up the audiences with his hilarious routines during his latest string of live shows. Attend one of his cheerful shows and spare some moments of fun for yourself.

Did You Know…

  1. In 2007, Lewis Black became the first comedian to perform during the concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
  2. He has written more than 40 plays.
  3. Lewis has released ten Comedy Albums and two of them won Grammy.
  4. In 2008, his routine was placed at 5th by the viewers during Comedy Central’s “Stand-up Month”.
  5. Lewis sold out eight Broadway shows at The Richard Rodgers Theatre in 2012.