Comedian John Mulaney Heads to Cincinnati's Heritage Bank Center in March

Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, Dec. 10.

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John Mulaney will be in Cincinnati soon.

John Mulaney is taking his “uncomfortably vulnerable” comedy act on tour, and he’ll be stopping by Cincinnati's Heritage Bank Center on Sunday, March 13. Presale tickets already have gone on sale for Mulaney's fan club members, and the public sale will begin at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 10.

“From Scratch” is Mulaney’s first tour since he was last admitted to rehab. Since then, the popular comedian has gotten sober, divorced and started a new relationship with actress Olivia Munn, who is pregnant.

But, don’t expect Mulaney to delve too far into those details in his new set. A recent review from Paste magazine says that Mulaney’s candidness in “From Scratch” mostly comes from him addressing the public’s changing perception of him. Although he apparently dives into impressions, he reenacts the celebrity-packed intervention that sent him to rehab.

Mulaney is visiting 33 cities on his tour. See all tour dates on Mulaney's website.

This story was originally published by CityBeat sister newspaper LEO Weekly.


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Danielle Grady, LEO Weekly

Danielle Grady, LEO Weekly

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