Steven Ho & Nurse John
Steven Ho & Nurse John
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Nurse John & Steven Ho

Steven Ho & Nurse John

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April 21, 2024 at 7 PM

LOCATION: James K. Polk Theater


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This presentation is a licensed event and not affiliated directly with the nonprofit Tennessee Performing Arts Center.

Ticket Limit: 8 tickets per household

Public On Sale: Friday, March 15, 2024, at 10 AM

Nurse John

John Dela Cruz's (aka Nurse John’s) comedy is like a mental breakdown at work… leaving you crying, screaming, and laughing simultaneously. It’s this relatable humor that has garnered John over 10 million followers and growing across his social media platforms. In addition to a massive social following, John also hosts the wildly popular podcast I Beg Your Pardon which shines a light on the ups and downs of the healthcare industry. An actual nurse by profession and comedian by heart, his portrayals of life working in healthcare have proven hilariously relatable to those both in and out of the industry. John's ability to combine reality, truth, and entertainment at the same time continues to inspire millions around the world that with enough caffeine, medication, and hydration…you too can make it to your next shift.

Steven Ho

Steven Ho is a Los Angeles based MuFKR known for his signature “Tips from the ER” comedic monologues about the ER. After 10 years in the hospital working as a Vietnamese translator, paramedic, and ER technician, he is now a full-time Content Creator. Steven has built a world surrounding the characters of nurses Rich, Austin, and Ben where they rely on each other to survive the realities of a broken and often laughable healthcare system. His aim is making the hospital an interesting topic to learn about. Steven is an aspiring comedian, actor and entrepreneur with over 14 millions followers across his channels.

Over the past year, he has successfully partnered with multiple brands like GoodRx, CDPH, Morning Brew, Amazon Prime, Youtube, and many more.

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Accessibility - James K. Polk Theater

  • TPAC is an accessible facility with a variety of services. Visit our Accessible Services page for more information.
  • Wheelchair accessible seating is located at the back of the orchestra level.  
  • There is no elevator access to Grand Tier level.
  • All non-accessible seating requires taking stairs.