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DATE: New date: April 15, 2021 / Originally November 7, 2020
LOCATION: James K. Polk Theater
STARTING AT: $35
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Due to ongoing health and safety concerns, Whitney Cummings's How Dare You Tour on November 7, 2020 at TPAC's James K. Polk Theater, is being rescheduled to Thursday, April 15, 2021, at the same venue..
An email was sent to all ticket holders on August 26, providing them their options.If you did not receive that email, please use this link to log in to your TPAC.ORG account to let us know how you'd like to proceed. The deadline to request a refund is September 25, 2020. After this date, any request other than keeping your tickets must be approved by the tour and cannot be guaranteed.
Note: Refunds are only available for tickets purchased directly through the Tennessee Performing Arts Center Box Office. Refunds will be processed within the next 15 days to the original credit card used for the purchase. If your original card is expired, we will issue a check refund to the address on file. We appreciate your patience as the process may take some time. Please contact us if you have additional questions regarding a performance at TPAC.
TPAC is not responsible for the refund practices put in place by secondary ticket providers.
For more on TPAC’s closure, visit TPAC.ORG/PatronHealth.
Whitney Cummings is a Los Angeles-based comedian, actor, writer, producer and director. Best known for creating and starring in the NBC series “Whitney,” she also co-created and co-wrote (with Michael Patrick King) the Emmy-nominated CBS comedy series “2 Broke Girls.”
In November of this year, Whitney launched her own podcast titled “Good For You.”Whitney has a lot of questions for a lot of different kinds of people. She also has opinions. And a robot. “Good For You” is self-produced by Whitney alongside Made By Super and records in Los Angeles. New episodes are released on Wednesdays.
Whitney debuted her 4th stand up special, “Can I Touch It?” on Netflix on July 30th. The special includes Whitney’s signature incisive commentary on gender dynamics is more relevant than ever. Filmed at the Sidney Harmon Hall in her hometown, Washington, DC, the special touches Whitney’s take on everything including her signature incisive commentary on gender dynamics and why we should give sex robots a chance.
Up next, Whitney will star and executive produce a new half-hour comedy for Amazon, “Good People” which she co-created alongside Lee Daniels. The show revolves around three generations of women working in the ombudsman’s office of a college that navigates the current cultural climate, the concept of feminism across different generations, and the struggle to reconcile socially constructed ideas with current ethical views regarding complex issues such as sex, race, class and gender.