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Comedy Queen Kathleen Madigan Brings Laughs To Chandler Center For The Arts With “Gone Madigan”
American Comedy Award-Winning Comedian and Star of “Last Comic Standing” Takes the Mic February 18th
Just last month, Madigan took the stage with Lewis Black, Lance Armstrong, Kix Brooks and Robin Williams for her second run at the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff USO Holiday Tour of Afghanistan and Iraq, hosted by Admiral Mike Mullen. After returning from the thrilling and rewarding ten day tour, she hit the ground running with appearances on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Joy Behar Show in New York, The Green Room with Paul Provenza and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
In addition to her most recent television gigs, Kathleen Madigan has had her own hour long stand-up specials on Comedy Central and HBO, appeared on David Letterman and The Conan O’Brien Show, and has even had stints on CNN, VH1, E!, CMT and ESPN. On NBC’s Last Comic Standing in 2004, she was the only unchallenged comedian. Just a few short years after her victory, Madigan was brought back on in 2007 for the show’s fifth as a talent scout.
Today she still holds the title of the only comic to go unchallenged in the history of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, meaning that there was not a single comedian who would proclaim that they were funnier than her.
Kathleen Madigan has won the Phyllis Diller Award for “Best Female Comedian” as well as the American Comedy Award for “Best Female Comedian.” Though her love of performing has taken priority over other opportunities that have come her way in her career, Madigan’s behind the scenes credits include writing and producing for Garry Shandling and Root of All Evil, Lewis Black’s Comedy Central special.
The popular female comedian is no stranger to the airwaves, either, as she is a fan favorite on The Stephanie Miller Show and The Bob and Tom Show, two highly acclaimed nationally syndicated radio shows. Last year, she conquered all of her male competitors, including big names such as Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy in the “SIRIUS Challenge Cup.” The competition was judged by listeners, who ultimately named her the SIRIUS Satellite Radio number one favorite comedian. Kathleen Madigan continues to be a regular contributor on SIRIUS, delighting and surprising audiences across the country.
Chandler Center for the Arts is thrilled to be a stop on the must-see “Gone Madigan” tour in 2012.
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CALENDAR LISTING INFORMATION
Event: Kathleen Madigan: “Gone Madigan”
Date/Time: Saturday, February 18, 2012 @ 8:00pm
Tickets: $22, $26 & $32
Venue: Chandler Center for the Arts
Venue Address: 250 North Arizona Avenue, Chandler, AZ 85225
Venue Website: www.chandlercenter.org
Artist Website: www.kathleenmadigan.com
Box Office Phone: 480-782-2680
Online Photo Gallery: http://chandlercenter.org/
Interview Request Form: http://chandlercenter.org/
Venue Contact: Judi Johnson, Marketing Coordinator judi.Johnson@
Located on the northwest corner of Arizona Avenue and Chandler Blvd, the Chandler Center for the Arts is Arizona's leading collaborative arts institution dedicated to reaching out to audiences of all ages with the highest quality of artistic work to continuously inspire audiences and artists to dream, to discover, to create and celebrate.
The Chandler Center for the Arts serves as a creative driving force, educational resource, and economic engine of entertainment vitality in Chandler by making visual and live performance arts accessible to the entire population.
About Chandler Center for the Arts
The Chandler Center for the Arts is jointly owned by the City of Chandler and the Chandler Unified School District. The Chandler Cultural Foundation was contracted in 1989 by the City of Chandler as a means to facilitate programming and fund development for the Chandler Center for the Arts.
As a nonprofit organization, the Center relies on a variety of funding sources to help underwrite internationally acclaimed artists, educate young audiences, create important community programs and maintain our remarkable facility. Ticket sales and other earned income do not completely cover the costs of the Center’s numerous programs and education offerings. Only support from individuals, corporations, foundations and our public partners can make these programs possible.
Membership contributions sustain a spectacular array of services and programs and make Chandler a better place to live and visit. To become a member or to purchase tickets with no per-ticket fee, visit the Web site at www.chandlercenter.org
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