Jeselnik embarks on his newest nationwide tour, Funny Games, which makes a stop Saturday at Atlanta’s Tabernacle March 24
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The Comedy Central Roasts flames were always the hottest when Anthony Jeselnik took the stand.
By Olivia Cathcart Thursday March 22, 2018 01:23 pm EDT
The Comedy Central Roasts flames were always the hottest when Anthony Jeselnik took the stand. Brash and biting, and known for his calculated and blunt jokes, Jeselnik’s fearless and effortless stage presence made him a Roast juggernaut as well as one of the biggest comics touring the country. He’s performed on and written for “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” hosted his own show, “The Jeselnik Offensive,” on Comedy Central, and released two critically acclaimed stand-up specials including 2015’s Thoughts and Prayers via Netflix. Jeselnik embarks on his newest nationwide tour, Funny Games, which makes a stop Saturday at Atlanta’s Tabernacle.
$35-105. 8 p.m. Sat., March 24. The Tabernacle, 1 Philips Drive. www.tabernacleatl.com.
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