Convention Central: Sexy Liberal Convention Kick-Off!

June 1, 2016
The talent is lining up for the Democratic Convention, kicking-off Sunday, July 24th, with comedianStephanie Miller and her "Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour" at Philadelphia's Walnut Theatre.
Angela Shelton, Frances Callier & John Fugelsang will join Miller for a hilarious, edgy look at the 2016 election, designed to get all convention-goers revved-up before the official proceedings commence Monday morning.
Philadelphia is the launch for Miller's national comedy tour, which will wind next through Pennsylvania and Illinois before going on to San Francisco and Los Angeles.
 
Never before has one tour been so funny, yet so serious. So intelligent, yet so ridiculous. So moral, yet so depraved!
The Walnut Street Theatre, which seats over 1,000, is expected to sell out in advance.  A limited supply of post-show VIP Meet-and-Greet tickets are also available for sale.
"If anybody could use a good laugh these days, the delegates to the
 Democratic National Convention certainly qualify."

Miller, who is known for her biting commentary and political humor, is also progressive radio's #1 national morning host. She will be broadcasting SiriusXM's syndicated "The Stephanie Miller Show," live daily from Talk Radio Row at the Wells Fargo Arena at the convention.

Show and VIP Post-Show Cast Meet and Greet tickets can be purchased at: http://bit.ly/slctphilly
For more information on VIP tickets (@$150) please contact Ron Hartenbaum
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