Ralphie May to perform at The Imperial Theatre

Monday, Jan. 23, 2012 10:00 AM
Last updated Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012 12:32 PM
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Comedian Ralphie May will perform at The Imperial Theatre on March 18 during his “Too Big to Ignore” 2012 North American Tour, according to a release.

May debuted his comedy on “Last Comic Standing” and has been voted one of 10 Comics to Watch by “Variety.” His comedy ranges from politics and race to his family. May considers no topic off limits.

Tickets are on sale at The Imperial Theatre box office at 749 Broad St., imperialtheatre.com or by calling (706) 722-8341.

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my.voice 01/23/12 - 01:13 pm
Ralphie is funny, but is REAL

Ralphie is funny, but is REAL foul-mouthed. Def dont want the kids going to this one.

DixieBayou 01/23/12 - 07:08 pm
The Imperial doesnt even have

The Imperial doesnt even have him listed or tickets on sale there as of yet...????

scoopdedoop64 01/23/12 - 08:29 pm
I have sirius XM on my car

I have sirius XM on my car stereo and I heard him on the comedy station for about 20 seconds, yes he started out funny but then got really really nasty...anyone should think twice before going to hear this comedian.

RUserious1 01/24/12 - 11:00 pm
scoop....what do you expect

scoop....what do you expect to hear on Rawdog? I definitely dont think its a show for the kids, but if you are an adult and can handle adult humor, it just might be worth it. His show was over 2 hours last year. It's good to laugh and not be so serious once in a while. BTW...tix are on sale at imperialtheatre.com. Just click on Buy tickets.

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