Murray Hill: Himself
Murray Hill: Himself is an "intimate" (hey, take it easy!) evening of stand-up, shtick, song, rimshots, and rampant ad-libbing. Mr. Showbiz details his chronic middle-aged crisis, showbiz trials and tribulations, botched love affairs, numerous comebacks and kinda, finally, almost "making it" after decades in showbiz. He'll be joined by a swinging band and will be stuffed into a brand new tuxedo for the special occasion.
“His ability to effortlessly cast a warm, festive glow about him feels akin to a superpower.” – The Hollywood Reporter
Murray Hill is a NYC legend, comedian, TV host, MC and international entertainer. He plays Fred Rococo in Bridget Everett’s "Somebody Somewhere" (HBO) and hosts the new competition show "Drag Me To Dinner" (Hulu). He can be seen on Amy Schumer’s "Life & Beth" and "Welcome to Flatch" (FOX) and in Paul Feig’s upcoming movie Grand Death Lotto (Amazon Studios) starring John Cena and Awkwafina. Murray was just a special guest correspondent for ABC News and Hulu’s live historic “Pride Across America” which featured Pride marches in SF, NYC, and Chicago. NBC News selected him as one of the 30 most iconic and influential drag performers in modern history.
Photo credit: Mark Minton
$35 (exclusive of ticket service fees)
6PM on Friday
9PM on Saturday
For last-minute tickets, please visit our Box Office at 425 Lafayette Street. Web sales and phone sales end when doors open, and tickets may be available for in-person, walk-up sale right before the show begins.