Comedian, actress and co-creator of the hit CBS sitcom "2 Broke Girls," Whitney Cummings has undoubtedly mastered her hilarious and sharp wit as a writer and stand-up comic.
Having appeared and starred in various other TV spots including Comedy Central's roast of Joan Rivers, the feature film "Made of Honor,” regular appearances on "Chelsea Lately" as well as starring in her self-titled NBC sitcom "Whitney," Cummings has taken the world by storm as a daring and venturesome comedian.
In 2007, "Variety" named her one of the Top 10 Comics to Watch, and "Entertainment Weekly" honored her in 2009 as one of its "Comedy Stars of Tomorrow." Additionally, Cummings has performed with Denis Leary on their 2010 "Rescue Me Comedy Tour" and on Leary's DVD "Douchebags and Donuts." She has also appeared on "Comics Unleashed," NESN's "Comedy AllStars," TBS's "The Very Funny Show" and E!'s "The Comedians of Chelsea Lately."
Delivering her jokes to her audience in a highly conversational manner, not only does Cummings make her topics very relatable, but she is also able to include audience members in her mainly one-woman monologue.
Discussing a wide variety of topics from ex-boyfriends to different forms of birth control, men and women alike will find themselves laughing out loud as Cummings cracks her way through 90 minutes of omigod-she-actually-went-there-type jokes.
And while this show is undoubtedly fun for those who are old enough to see it, you may want to consider bringing your significant other as your date rather than your grandma considering that Cummings' material is hilariously inappropriate… and we love it.
If you're looking for a good laugh, don't miss your chance to catch this entertaining funny woman in action at the Venetian.