Take a seat for these must-see stand-up shows

Tracy Morgan. Photo: Paul Mobley

From creating a host of recurring characters as a cast member on Saturday Night Live to his work as lovable egomaniac Tracy Jordan on NBC’s Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning 30 Rock, Tracy Morgan has established himself as one of the most recognizable personalities on TV. Now, on the heels of the first season of The Last O.G., Morgan returns to his comedy roots with his multi-city stand-up tour that lands at the Wilbur Theatre on Oct. 5.

Carly Aquilino 

New York native Carly Aquilino made a career out of telling it like it is, whether it’s doing stand-up on stage at the Gotham Comedy Club or laying down the law as a regular cast member on MTV’S Girl Code. Guests can expect a no-holds-barred performance when she takes over Laugh Boston on Oct. 18-20.

Lewis Black. Photo: Clay Mcbride

It’s been more than two decades since Grammy Award-winning comedian Lewis Black broke out on The Daily Show. With a long list of TV and movie credits, Black brings his trademark blunt commentary to the Boch Shubert Theatre on Nov. 9 for his The Joke’s On Us tour.

Photo: Joey Carman

9seasons that Howie Mandel has appeared on America’s Got Talent, making him the longeststanding judge since the show began in 2006. Mandel takes a break from cultivating talent on Nov. 3, when he takes the stage at the Chevalier Theatre.




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