NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (August 21, 2017) – Emmy® and SAG-award-winning actor and comedian Brad Garrett will join forces with comedic legend Rita Rudner at The Theater at MGM National Harbor on Tuesday, October 24 at 8 p.m.
Tickets start at $45.90, excluding applicable service charges, and go on sale Friday, Aug. 18 at 10 a.m. EST. Tickets can be purchased online at mgmnationalharbor.com or ticketmaster.com. For more show and ticket information, visit mgmnationalharbor.com or call (844) 346-4664.
Staples of the comedy circuit, Garrett and Rudner have made rounds in the stand-up scene in addition to appearances in television and film. Audiences have come to know and love Garrett for his role as Robert Barone on “Everybody Loves Raymond” and his booming baritone voice, which has been featured in more than 30 animated films, including the contemporary classics “Finding Nemo,” “Ratatouille” and “Tangled.”
With a stand-up career spanning more than 30 years, Garrett is a principal player in the comedy scene, having opened his own comedy club at MGM Grand and performs regularly to sold-out audiences. Following his performance in Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” on Broadway, Garrett most recently starred in the second season of the critically acclaimed series “Fargo” on FX.
A Las Vegas veteran since 2000, Rudner — known for her self-deprecating one-liners and quick wit —was named Vegas’ “Comedian of the Year” nine years in a row. Her 14 years on The Strip (2000-2014) make her the longest-running solo act in Las Vegas’ comedy show history.
Rudner continues to be a house-filling favorite and has performed more than 2,000 sold-out shows. In addition to starring in multiple comedy specials for HBO and PBS, Rudner has maintained a robust career writing and producing plays, comedy specials and a radio series for BBC.
The Theater at MGM National Harbor offers an experience unlike any other in the region, providing fans the opportunity to see world-class entertainment in an intimate setting. The recently opened Theater features seven VIP suites and flexible seating designs, accommodating 3,000 guests for reserved-seating events and a little more than 4,000 for general admission shows.