ROAD TRIP WORTHY: Comedian Patton Oswalt Is Coming To Maine
One of the most popular standup comedians in the biz, is coming to the great state of Maine.
The wickedly hilarious Patton Oswalt, brings his “Who’s Ready To Laugh?” tour to the State Theatre in Portland, on Saturday night, March 26th.
Personally, I am a huge fan. I religiously follow his brilliant Twitter feed every day. And I love watching reruns of “The King Of Queens”, which in my opinion, is a very underrated show. He played Spence Olchin, who is one of Doug Heffernan's best buds.
Past work of Patten Oswalt
His resume speaks for itself, but we will mention it anyway. The guy is pretty much everywhere. He is the narrator on ABC’s hit comedy “The Goldbergs” and currently co-stars as ‘Principal Durbin’ on the very funny “A.P. Bio”, which streams on Peacock. You may remember him as the voice of ‘Remy’ the rat in the kid's flick “Ratatouille”. Last season he also had a memorable guest shot on another show I love, "Curb Your Enthusiasm".
Get to the show
Tickets for this all-ages show, are $85, $75, $65, $55, and $45. Get them while you can at the State Theatre website.
The COVID details
Of course, there are those pesky pandemic requirements. The folks at the State Theatre ask that by the day of the performance, you are fully vaccinated, with a 14-day window from your last shot, or that you have received a negative COVID-19 test, within 48-hours of the event. You can also present your vaccine card or photo. Also, you are required to wear a mask, except while actively eating or drinking.
Take a road trip, and have a big night of laughs. The dude is straight-up funny!