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Bill Cosby Coming to Cincinnati

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Bill Cosby is an all star entertainer and comic legend with a career spanning over 50 years. He actor, stand up comedian, author, producer, and musician. He has been on several television shows, starred in various movies, and performed standup routines in many major cities including New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Las Vegas, and San Francisco. He is currently touring the country as part of Comedy Central’s Far from Finish Tour. One of the stops on his tour will be Cincinnati, Ohio on June 14 at 8:00pm at the Aronoff Center. In his stand up concerts Bill Cosby puts a delicious and refreshing look on everyday life, exploring family, friends, relationships, and everyday situations and provides a bold perspective.

Bill Cosby is know to many as a result of his hit NBC-TV show, The Cosby Show which ran from 1984 until 1992. It was about the Huxtable Family a happy upwardly mobile married couple and their children. The show later spin off to the another show, Cosby which Bill Cosby produced and it ran from 1996 to 2000. Other TV roles for him were on a educational cartoon show called Fat Albert, I-Spy, The Electric Company, and Cosby Mysteries. Bill is also a successful writer he discusses life and its splendor in books Bill Cosby on Fatherhood, Time Flies and I Didn’t Ask to Be Born, (But I’m Glad I Was).

Tickets go on sale on January 31, 10:00am for the Cincinnati performance and will range in price from $36.50 to $66.50. Tickets can be purchased online at www.CincinnatiArt.org, by phone at #513-621-2787 or at the Aronoff box office. This will be a memorable performance with the wit and wisdom of Bill Cosby it is one not to miss.

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