Craig is gearing up for another standup comedy tour that will begin in Canada and then focus on the north-central United States. Tickets are still available in some cities. Check out Ticketmaster or the local box office in each city for the latest information. Here is the tour schedule, which begins on Friday:
Friday, April 23 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON
Saturday, April 24 The Palace Theatre, Greensburg, PA
Sunday, April 25 Ohio Theatre, Cleveland, OH
Monday, April 26 Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI
Tuesday, April 27 Taft Theatre, Cincinnati, OH
Wednesday, April 28 Embassy Theatre, Ft. Wayne, IND
Thursday, April 29 Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WI
Friday, April 30 State Theatre, Minneapolis, MN
Saturday, May 1 Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL
Craig will also be performing in Las Vegas in May and June, several venues in the northeast in July, northern California in September and Carnegie Hall in New York City in October.
Along with his key role in How To Train Your Dragon, Craig also has a great cameo appearance in Kick Ass. He took a moment on Twitter to enjoy being part of the top two movies at the box office this past weekend: I’m in the 1st & 2nd placed movies in the USA. Can a coldsore be far away. Ah oral herpes. Karma’s tickling stick.
Rich Keller from TVSquad makes an interesting point not only about the value of Conan O’Brien moving to cable television but the changing tastes of audiences. At the end of the fifth paragraph, he makes an argument that sounds very much like the formula of the Late Late Show.
Actor/comedian Brian Scott McFadden has been added to tonight’s list of guests on the Late Late Show, along with actor Brendan Fraser and actress Amanda Righetti.
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