1148 Main Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113

Formerly the Cleveland Improv

LaVar Walker

Ages 21 and up

Friday, May 17 - Thursday, Jan 01
Ticket Policy:
The Funny Bone has a full bar and a dinner menu that is available through your server when you are seated in the showroom!
Most of our tables seat 4 people. You may be seated with a separate party of guests at the same table.
If you wish to sit with another party, please let us know by contacting us through our website 24 hours before the show and please arrive and enter the showroom together.
Please email us through our contact page or call us if you would like to purchase more than 12 tickets and we will accommodate your group!
All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Sales tax and service fees are included in the ticket price.
This event is 21+ and all guests will need valid ID to enter. 

About the Artist:
After winning the 2012 national Miller Lite Stand-Up comedy competition judged by Kevin Hart, comedian/writer LaVar Walker joined The Shaquille O’Neal All Star Comedy Jam, touring 42 markets and taping a Showtime special as well. In addition to this, he was a finalist for the NBC Diversity Showcase and advanced to the semifinals in NBC’s Last Comic Standing. His other credits include BET’s Comicview, The Mo’Nique Show, and Kevin Hart’s comedy special on the Laugh Out Loud network. On the scripted front, he produced/ played the lead in the comedy project, The Pharmacist, and can recently be seen as ‘Marty the Manager’ in the Summit Entertainment Feature Film, Uncle Drew. Walker was born on the southside of Chicago and earned a doctoral degree in pharmacy from Xavier University in New Orleans. Despite his string of successes and growing popularity, LaVar remains humble. He told the Chicago Sun-Times that he just wants to be happy in what he is doing. “To be honest with you, I just want to be happy doing what I do and make a great living doing it. Does that sound crazy? If you get right down to it,” he says, “looking back on everything I’ve done to this point, I think I made it. I’m the biggest star in the world to me.” SunTimes reporter Mike Thomas called this attitude: “Pretty sane actually.”
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