Noré Davis at Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show

comedian Nore Davis

The Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show series is bringing Noré Davis to Proctors August 20. Tickets are on sale now -- they're $15 ahead / $20 day of.

Davis has appeared on Comedy Central, MTV, Inside Amy Schumer, Last Week Tonight, and Boardwalk Empire. He also appeared in an interesting short video for The New Yorker a few years back about scraping to work his way up the comedy career ladder. As he said in that video of the vulnerability of performing in front of people: "I could say something that really upsets you -- or really make you laugh. That risk, I love."

The show at the Proctors Underground is Saturday, August 20 at 8 pm. It will also include a host and a guest comedian opener.

Also on the Pretty Much upcoming slate: Shane Torres on July 30. Tickets for that show are also $15 ahead / $20 day of.

The Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show series has turned out to be a good opportunity to catch comedians on the rise. A few of the comedians gone on to much wider success not too long after appearing there, including Aparna Nancherla and Josh Gondelman.

photo: Mindy Tucker

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