Arvest Bank Theatre | Kansas City, Missouri
Get ready for some hair-brained, side splitting stuff coming out of Taylor Tomlinson's mouth. In a rather awesome way, this meek looking individual will leave you HORRIFIED (in a good way, of course!) when she starts cracking the jokes. It will be a laugh a second, and, honestly, you won't be able to contain yourself. She will be coming live to Arvest Bank Theatre on Saturday, June 10, 2023 for the "Have it All" tour. Be sure to grab your tickets right here and now before it is too late, as tickets will sell out ridiculously quickly.
You're a fan of Taylor Tomlinson but have you ever wondered where she came from, this brief biography should satisfy some of your curiosity. Tomlinson's stand-up comedy career began at the age of 16, when her father encouraged her to give it a try. Through her years of experience she has become as comfortable performing in front of a packed house at a university as she is in a quiet corner of a coffee shop – she is that versatile. Variety named her one of the "Top 10 Comics to Watch" at this year's Just for Laughs Festival, and she finished in the top 10 on NBC's ninth season of Last Comic Standing. The comic has appeared on numerous talk shows, including "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and "Conan," and he has also had several Comedy Central specials.
Tomlinson's first stand-up special, "Quarter Life Crisis," debuted on Netflix in March of 2020. Codependent Tour dates for her and fellow comedian Whitney Cummings were set for the following year. Self-Helpless, a comedy podcast created by her, Kelsey Cook, and Delanie Fischer, debuted in the same year. In 2021, she also started her own podcast called "Sad in the City."
The star was also featured on Forbes' 30 Under 30 list in December 2021. Recently, she released a Netflix stand-up special, titled "Look at You," which has been met with widespread critical acclaim, and now she is coming to Arvest Bank Theatre, where you can expect her to bring the funny. Tickets will sell out, so be sure to grab a set right here and now.