"The Meanest Men in Comedy," Ralphie May & Jeffrey Ross, at The Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Comedians Ralphie May & Jeffrey Ross was Saturday March 22, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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For more than 25 years, the Anaheim Ballet has gotten the holiday season off to a spectacular start with its production of Tchaikovsky's timeless dance. From towering Christmas trees to menacing mice and more, this version of the quintessential family favorite is always updated to bring fresh thrills to audiences, who can't help but get wrapped up in the magical story of young Clara. She dreams that her new toy nutcracker soldier has come to life, and together they experience a fantastical adventure that leads them through an epic battle with the Mouse King to reach the Sugar Plum Fairy's magical Kingdom of Sweets. The production is accompanied by a live performance from Symphony Irvine. Learn More
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Jeffrey Ross was very funny but Ralphie May was not funny at all. We left within the first 10 minutes of his act. The Grove is not a great venue, the seating arrangement is terrible, chairs are very uncomfortable and the place smells too. I would not go there again.
Veteran comedian Ralphie May’s popularity exploded after the success of the first season of NBC’s hit reality series Last Comic Standing. Longtime fans of Ralphie’s stand-up were joined by countless new fans when America thought he was robbed of the winner’s title. Despite the show’s outcome, Ralphie’s special brand of comedy combines the familiar elements of hip-hop and topical comedy with a dash of southern down-home flavor and quick wit, making him one of the most popular comedians in the country.
Jeffrey Ross, aka "The Roastmaster General," is known for his blistering performances at celebrity roasts honoring megastars like Hugh Hefner, Pamela Anderson, Donald Trump, Jerry Stiller, Drew Carey and Shaquille O'Neal -- inspiring New York magazine to crown him "The Meanest Man in Comedy" and MTV to introduce him as "a one-man verbal assault unit." As a stand-up comic, Jeff has appeared on dozens of TV shows including David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O'Brien, Carson Daly, ABC's The View and HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher.