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NEW DETAILS: Dave Chappelle to joke about ‘Chappelle Show’ comic on Dayton stage 


Fan hoping to see Dave Chappelle and seven other comics on the Schuster Center’s stage next week had better act fast. 

“Tickets are going fast,” Victoria Theatre Association spokeswoman Diane Schoeffler-Warren said. 

>> MORE: Dave Chappelle to take the stage in rare Dayton comedy show 

There seems to be more than a few reasons to jump on it.  

Chappelle, who lives on a farm near Yellow Springs, is set to make a special presentation on comic Paul Mooney, Warren said. 

She said the presentation will include jokes and stories. 

Mooney, a veteran comedian, appeared on Chappelle’s Comedy Central show “Chappelle's Show” several times during its run. 

The Laugh Out Loud Comedy Tour is 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24 at the Schuster Center in downtown Dayton. 

>> MORE: Why Naomi Campbell, Gayle King, Bradley Cooper and Q-Tip visited Dave Chappelle in Yellow Springs

Tickets start at $40.50 and are available at the Ticket Center Stage Box Office, by calling 937-228-3630 or 888-228-3630 or online at www.ticketcenterstage.com

Mooney, Deon Cole, Tommy DavidsonAJ JohnsonDC Young FlyRIP Micheals, and Ray Lipowski are set to perform. 

>> MORE: Why was Bradley Cooper in town... Again? 

 


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