Venue Details

2344 Star Starred
Ontario Improv
to the left of the AMC 30 theater 4555 Mills Circle Ontario, CA 91764
909-484-5411
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The weather was moderate. I wore Heels, leggings, long sleeved shirt.
Comedian Aries Spears dress Sep 26 2014 star this tip starred
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there is a 2 drink minimum at the venue, we got refillable sodas and got to keep the glass.
Comedian John Caparulo dining Sep 10 2014 star this tip starred
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62 ratings
4.4 average rating
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13 events
10 reviews
1 stars
attended Jan 26 2012

Ralphie was great as usual. He performed for 2 and half hours!

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16 events
9 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 17 2010

Ralphie just went on a little TOO long. I know that's a weird thing to say, but sometimes things are better taken as more frequent doses rather than longer ones. All in all I'd rate it an 8 out of 10.

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7 events
6 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 18 2008

I had a great time! Ralphie May is one of the funniest comedians out there!

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Website

http://www.improv.com/Comedian/Ralphie-May

Description

Voted one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch” in 2008, Ralphie May has filmed a record-setting three separate 1-hour Comedy Central Specials in the past three consecutive years, all of which were among the networks most highly-rated. He’ll be filming a new special on October 1st at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, proving that Ralphie’s relatable comedic genius is in higher demand than ever.

Since his debut on season one of Last Comic Standing, audiences can’t get enough of the larger than life comedian. Ralphie has a proven track record of selling out multiple shows in 1,500 to 3,000 seat venues. He has a no nonsense point of view and the ability to connect with a diverse audience by pointing out society’s hypocrisies. Ralphie doesn’t shy away from touchy topics or ethnic jokes, nor does he bite his tongue when society suggests, because he sincerely believes that as long as what he’s saying is true, people need to hear it.

Born on February 17, 1972 in Chattanooga, Tennessee and raised in Clarksville, Arkansas, Ralphie was one of four kids raised by his single mom. At the age of seventeen he won a contest to open for his idol, Sam Kinison. He later moved to Houston to develop his comedy routine, at

Kinison’s suggestion. “All the comics I’ve ever admired, whether it be Kinison, Lenny Bruce, Buddy Hackett or Richard Pryor, all share a commonality,” says May. “They’re a tour de force. When they speak, there’s no room for rebuttal. They’ve thought it all out. Even the pros and cons of their argument, they raise openly and debate in the midst of their conversation and it’s a beautiful thing to watch.”

On the small screen, Ralphie has worked as a writer and producer on ESPN’s “Mohr Sports” starring Jay Mohr and performed stand-up on numerous late night talk shows including four appearances on CBS’s The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn as well as eleven appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live.  As if that’s not enough, he’s also one of a handful of comedians to have received a standing ovation on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.