Aurora Comedy Nights Present

“Y’all Know You Want to Get Out the House” Tour

Sep 12, 2020

AURORA THEATRE’S FIRST LIVE EVENT SINCE MARCH! (Thanks Covid-19)
Aurora Comedy Nights are back and safely out in the open air at Laundry Events (well, in the parking lot to be specific).

Aurora Theatre welcomes back audience favorite Rob Cleveland (I’m Not Rappaport, Driving Miss Daisy, The Bridges of Madison County and more). Before he was one of Atlanta’s busiest actors, Rob reached legendary status as a touring comic on the national circuit. Rob has been a mainstay headliner at Aurora Comedy Nights and is ready to crack open the mic with his brilliant observational comedy.

Rob will be joined by special guests Anthony Driver & Madeline Evans with host Katie Causey.

Seating will be limited, reserve a table today.


September 12, 2020SOLD OUT!
Saturday, at 6:30pm & 8:30pm


This special edition of Aurora Comedy Nights will be held at Laundry Events,
235 N Perry St, Lawrenceville, GA 30046. 
Table seating only. Limited attendance. 

2-person table: from $40
4-person table: from $75


SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS

  • Outdoor Event, in the parking lot next to Laundry Events ( Restrooms, food and beverage service – including bar, will be available inside the facility).
  • Limited Seating to reduce the number of people gathering.
  • Table Seating: You will reserve your own table (2 or 4 seats) and will not be seated with another party.
  • Tables will be safely distanced.
  • Touchless transaction – advanced ticket purchase only.
  • Staff will be masked.
  • Hand sanitizer will be readily available.
  • Tables will be disinfected before patrons are seated.
  • We are all in this together –please wear a mask when not eating or drinking.

Rob Cleveland
Comedy legend Rob Cleveland is reminiscent of comedic giants Brian Regan and Jerry Seinfeld as he finds the silly in those everyday things we tend to gloss over (like, why are there Braille instructions at the drive through ATM?)

Rob has performed in many comedy clubs across the country, including: Dangerfield’s in New York City, The Improv in New York City and Los Angeles and several engagements at Atlanta’s Punchline. Much more than a stand-up comic, Rob is a renaissance man and works also as an actor, author, storyteller and educator.


Madeline Evans is a local Atlanta improviser and standup performer. Prior to the shut down, she performed all over the city at various venues as well as with her improv group Six Kids Improv. She has also performed at local festivals such as Red Clay Comedy Festival, the Resurgens Festival, Athfest’s Laughfest, and several improv festivals across the country. She is addicted to eating onions and talking about love, and is eager to form coherent sentences in front of people that aren’t her family for the first time in 6 months.

Anthony Driver

 

 

How does table seating work?
When you purchase your table, you will be given the option of choosing from available tables on the map – just like you’d get to pick your seats in our theatre.

There are only 3 people in my family/party, can I add a chair to a 2-person table?
No. Each table will be placed to provide appropriate social distancing and safety to all attendees. As such, it will not be possible to move tables or add seating. For a party of 3, you must purchase a 4-person table. For larger parties, please adjust your seating arrangements in groups of 4 or 2 and purchase the corresponding number of tables needed.

Will there be food or drinks?
Yes. Our partner for the evening, Laundry Events, will have drinks and food available for purchase before and during the shows. 

How will you keep things safe and sanitized?
The health and safety of our patrons, staff, and artists are foremost in our planning of Aurora Comedy Under the Stars. In addition to set socially-distanced outside seating, all staff will be fully masked during the event. 

Additional safety precautions:

  • Touchless transaction – advanced ticket purchase only.
  • Hand sanitizer will be readily available.
  • Tables will be disinfected before patrons are seated.
  • We are all in this together –please wear a mask when not eating or drinking.
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