Musician and Comedian Reggie Watts Live in Concert
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All offers for Reggie Watts have expired.
The last date listed for Reggie Watts was Friday August 26, 2011 / 10:00pm.
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Watching a Supreme Court case performed verbatim may not sound like a lot (or even a little) fun. But when the Supreme Court case is 1991's Barnes v. Glen Theatre, in which a group of strippers claims mandatory pasties and thongs infringe on their First Amendment rights, and the play is performed by Elevator Repair Service, who received rave reviews for Gatz, a verbatim performance of The Great Gatsby, it all makes a lot more sense. Arguendo shows the Supreme Court justices pondering the ideas of "adult" car washes and nude operas, while the lawyers and representative go-go dancer make their case in a show that's both heartfelt and silly. The New York Times called Arguendo "wittily inventive" and Entertainment Weekly described it as "boisterously entertaining." Learn More
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Reggie Watts — hailed by GQ magazine as “the coolest comedian on the planet” and handpicked by Conan O’Brien to open nightly on Conan’s entire North American “Prohibited From Being Funny on Television” tour — is a comedian and musician whose improvised musical sets have graced both international stages and late-night television. A star of New York’s alternative-comedy scene, Reggie’s disorientating and spectacularly original performances feature anything from bumbling speeches in a British accent, to beat boxing, to improvised raps, Bill Cosby impressions, and everything in between — all created on-the-spot so no two performances are ever the same!
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