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2010080308_11ML95Friday, April 19 at 8 pm at the DuPont Theatre

Larger-than-life comic Ralphie May is simply “Too Big to Ignore.” Relatable Comedic Genius Brings Laughs to Wilmington.

One of America’s comedy treasures, Comedian Ralphie May, is bringing his no‐holds­‐barred style of stand­‐up to the DuPont Theatre. Voted one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch”  in 2008, May’s career took off following his appearance on the first season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Since then, he has toured extensively, filmed a record-­setting three separate 1-­hour Comedy Central Specials within three consecutive years (all of which were among the network’s most highly-rated), appeared on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (to a standing ovation), ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! (11 times to date), The Man Show and MTV’s Bash among many others. May’s uncanny ability to connect to audiences by pointing out society’s hypocrisies is not to be missed in a live setting. He doesn’t shy away from touchy topics and he doesn’t bite his tongue when society suggests, because he sincerely believes that as long as what he is
saying is true, people need to hear it.

A resident of Nashville, TN, May contributes much of his non-­‐touring time and energy to helping others. He is actively involved with the 100 Club of Nashville, various youth organizations, and the Humane Society. www.ralphiemay.com

Tickets are: $37.50 – $47.50. Prices include facility fees, but are subject to additional convenience fees and handling charges.

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