Aurora Comedy Nights Present

Kiana Dancie

Aug 12, 2022-Aug 13, 2022

Headliner: Kiana Dancie
Featuring Dexter Fugerson with Host Katie Causey

AUGUST 12 & 13 AT 8PM
in the Lawrenceville Arts Center Bartow & Leslie Morgan Cabaret

TICKETS from $20 (General Admission)
Running Time 90 minutes


With a glowing smile and a dynamic personality, Kiana Dancie has always been the life of the party —  and destined for success. This multi-Having always been the life of the party with a dynamic personality with a glowing smile, The Kiana Dancie has shared several dynamic and colorful life experiences on her sold out “Single in the City” comedy tour across the country. She is a powerhouse comedian, speaker, media personality, actress & entrepreneur on and off stage. Kiana was featured on the hit TV ONE show “Whose Got Jokes? with Bill Bellamy where she destroyed the stage. She starred on Bounce TV’s second season of “Off the Chain” where the host, Rodney Perry introduced her as a beast! She’s a former co-host of TV ONE’s nationally syndicated talk show, “Sister Circle Live.” After taping an amazing set on Kevin Hart LOL stage at the Montreal Comedy Festival, she was casted in two movies: “One Crazy Christmas” a BET & SHOWTIME Feature and “SEXTUPLETS” with Maron Wayans for Netflix. Her new book “Bye Bags Bags – Laughing To Lighten The Load” discusses healing yourself whole, is now available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble and she recently opened 6 shows for Dave Chappell in Atlanta. 


Commonly know as Furg, Dexter is an Atlanta comedian with an unapologetic style, whose subject matter challenges social norms. His wit and outright whimsical storytelling will be something you won’t want to miss.



A Georgia native, comedian, screenwriter, and civil rights pioneer. She holds a journalism degree from the University of Georgia. She lives in Decatur with her fiancée and four ungrateful cats. She can be found on Instagram @vandybethglenn and on Twitter @RedVelvetCakes


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Content Warning: adult themes
and mature language