Southern Fried Chicks Cage-Free Comedy Tour
The Southern Fried Chicks have busted out of the hen house for a night on the town with their new show, the “Cage Free Comedy Tour!” They will be performing Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State University at Tuscarawas.
Join the Chicks for a night of free range comedy starring Etta May, Sonya White and Karen Mills. Get to know the Chicks like never before for this evening that is perfect for a girls night out. The new “Cage Free Comedy Tour” features new stories, music, audience participation, singing, dancing and a multimedia show.
Since the debut of their one-hour comedy special on CMT, this all female comedy tour has played to venues packed with people and laughter. Life and love in the USA have never been funnier as when these top headliners take the stage. Think Blue Collar Comedy Tour with better hair and bigger attitude!
Tickets to Southern Fried Chicks Cage-Free Comedy Tour range in price from $12 to $25 and can be purchased at the Performing Arts Center box office, online at www.tusc.kent.edu or by calling 330-308-6400. The box office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free parking is available for all shows.
Etta May is a winner of the prestigious American Comedy Award’s “Comic of the Year.” This Kentucky woman is a comedy icon, described as “Minnie Pearl with a migraine.” She has been seen on Oprah, CMT, Showtime, Comic Strip Live, Comedy Stage plus many others. Etta May is an audience favorite of XM/Sirius Radio comedy channels and on the syndicated radio show, The Bob and Tom Show. She’s a regular on CMT countdown shows and featured programming, such as their documentary series that featured the “Blue Collar” boys and “Etta May,” which places her as one of the top southern comics in the business.
Karen Mills’ style of comedy is clean, clever and relatable – she finds the funny in everyday life. A native of Tennessee, Mills is a regular on Sirius/XM Blue Collar Radio and Laugh USA. Her new “Menopause Rap” song is a top download on iTunes, and the music video, “Hot Flash Mob” is a favorite on YouTube. Mills has toured with Ron White and Jon Stewart. She was a writer on the Rosie O’Donnell Show, and most recently appeared on the The Henry Cho Show.
Originally from Virginia, Sonya White now calls Chicago home. She combines her southern charm with big city street smarts. Her comedy and dead-on impersonations make her show unique and down-right funny. White has appeared on HBO, E! and Comedy Central. A favorite on Girls Behaving Badly, Comedy Spotlight and The US Comedy Arts Festival, White’s sitcom credits include Nightshift on Fox, Big Brother Jake on the Family Channel and MTV’s Spring Break.