Lewis Black Montclair Tickets
Two times Grammy Award winning comedian Lewis Black is returning to Montclair with his brand new show, “The Rant is Due.” Black is a talented comic and a prolific performer widely known for his angry rants about politics, history, religion and cultural trends. His sarcastic approach to deal with the absurdities of life and hysterical views are what audiences love the most. His rare and unconventional comedy style gets the audience rolling with laughter in no time at all. To provide his Montclair fans with much needed laughter, Black will be taking the stage at the Wellmont Theatre, the largest venue in the area. He can be seen performing and ranting about politics, history and religion so get Lewis Black Montclair tickets to enjoy it all.
Lewis Black is best described as a talented and amusing social critic who rose to national prominence in 1996 with his television appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Black is a regular performer and has sold out renowned venues like Lincoln Center, New York City Center, Carnegie Hall and Brooks Atkinson. Get the Lewis Black Montclair tickets to watch him make compelling points about the absurdities of life. Black will hit the Wellmont Theatre as he reaches Montclair with “The Rant is Due,” his latest show presented by Live Nation.
Black is a standup comedian, actor and playwright who started his comedy career in 1996 with The Daily Show which made him a household name in the U.S. In 1998, he appeared on Comedy Central Presents which was followed by appearance on various comedy specials on Comedy Central, HBO, Epix and Showtime. He hosted the Just for Laughs comedy festival ceremony of World Stupidity Awards for three years, starting from 2003. In 2004 he appeared on HBO special Black on Broadway, and a year later appeared on Red, White and Screwed, another of HBO’s special which included Black’s Warner Theatre performance. He hosted Comedy Center’s show “Last Laugh ‘07” in 2007, and was awarded his first Grammy Award the same year for “Best Comedy Album.”
Black has led an exceptionally successful comedy career spanning three decades in which he won two Grammy Awards and an American Comedy Award in the category of “Best Male Stand-Up” in 2001. It will be a sheer delight to catch a comic of this rare excellence live on stage. Any such chance should be grabbed without any delay.