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South African comedian and "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah visits the Altria Theater May 5. more

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Just like Barbie, Trixie Mattel can be anything, which may explain why her entry into the folk music scene has been successful. more

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Actor, comedian, writer, producer and musician Adam Sandler brings his stand-up to the Altria Theater April 20. more

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CAT Theatre's "Lucky Me" is a comedy about a woman searching for love amid minor disasters. more

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Lewis Black brings his biting political comedy to the Carpenter Theatre March 2. more

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Comedian and Virginia native Jay Pharoah's new Showtime series, "White Famous," premieres Oct. 15. more

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Sketch comedy troupe Discount Tuna yuks it up at their first public performances, June 27 and 28 at Coalition Theater in Jackson Ward. more

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Coalition Theater’s 2nd Best Comedy Fest runs June 8-10 across three venues in Jackson Ward. more

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The cast of The CW series “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” rolls into Richmond for “Whose Live Anyway?” on May 14. more

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This weekend, veteran funnyman Marlon Wayans aims to keep Richmond in stitches. more

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"Rush Hour" funnyman Chris Tucker entertains at the Altria Theater on Friday June 24 more

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The Elegba Folklore Society’s “Juneteenth 2016, A Freedom Celebration” will be held Friday, June 17 – Saturday, June 18. more

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"Saturday Night Live" cast member Jay Pharoah, known for stellar impersonations of figures such as President Barack Obama, GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson, rapper Kanye West and actor Denzel Washington, has a show at The National on Jan. 29. more

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Original cast members of the Monty Python TV show and films bring their comedy show to the Carpenter Theatre Oct. 25. more

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Garet Chester’s a court jester ministering in mirth more

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RVA Tonight with Beau Cribbs delivers a late show with local flair more

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Hannibal Buress brings his act to Richmond on March 29. more

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For its 50th anniversary show, Second City Hits Home, the touring company has been offering audiences a program of jokes, skits and absurdities, straight from the hometown headlines. more

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Three country music divas re-unite for a Christmas show in The Honky Tonk Angels Holiday Spectacular, a family-friendly sequel to Ted Swindley’s popular show The Honky Tonk Angels. more

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