Craig Robinson, Melissa Villaseñor, T.J. Miller Coming to Funny Bone Comedy Club in Liberty Township

Just like real in-person concerts are returning to venues across Greater Cincinnati, so is live comedy.

Craig Robinson and his keyboard - PHOTO: PROVIDED BY FUNNY BONE
Photo: Provided by Funny Bone
Craig Robinson and his keyboard

Just like real in-person concerts are returning to venues across Greater Cincinnati, so is live comedy.

And the Funny Bone has a nice roster of headlining stand-ups bringing their acts to the Liberty Township comedy club this month. 

Big names include Craig Robinson, the keyboard-playing star of The Office, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and more;  Melissa Villaseñor, master impressionist and the first Latina on Saturday Night Live's repertory cast; and the somewhat controversial T.J. Miller of Silicon Valley and the Deadpool franchise. 

First up, Villaseñor brings her "California Girl" tour to the club for a one-night special engagement on June 10. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and you can buy tickets for a four-person table for $100.

Per an interview the with comedian in Bustle, this show is "a celebration of Villaseñor’s family (she describes her parents as 'silly goofs'), and features impressions of her grandmother alongside her usual celebrity impersonations."

“I wanted to have something very me,” Villaseñor says. “I’m just a silly, sunshine girl with voices.”

Robinson will be performing at the Funny Bone June 17-20. Expect a mix of stand-up and his patented tunes. Tickets to these shows are also only available per table — $106 for a two-person or $212 for a four-person.


And then we have Miller, who describes his stand-up as “Smooth Like Fire, Hip Like Lincoln.” He'll be performing four shows between June 25 and 26. And, again, tickets are per table — $64 for a two-person and $128 for a four-person.

Other acts slated for June include Josh Blue, Nimesh Patel and the Dope City Comedy Tour. Get full show details and tickets at liberty.funnybone.com.

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