Just want everyone to know how seriously I take the social distancing and home quarantine actions during the COVID-19 pandemic. All shows are subject to change as new details arise. Check with each venue and with my website before plans to attend any show. Most importantly- PLEASE stay safe and healthy so we can meet in the flesh. Every bit of love in the world to you, Tig.
|Wed, February 8, 2023||Punch Line Philly||Philadelphia, PA||TICKETS|
|Sat, February 11, 2023||UC Davis – The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center||Davis, CA||TICKETS|
|Tue, February 28, 2023||Helium Comedy Club||Portland, OR||TICKETS|
|Fri, March 10, 2023||Gilda’s LaughFest – Fountain Street Church||Grand Rapids, MI||TICKETS|
|Sat, March 11, 2023||Richard & Karen Carpenter Center||Long Beach, CA||TICKETS|
|Sat, March 25, 2023||Treefort Music Fest – Egyptian Theatre||Boise, ID||TICKETS|
|Thu, April 13, 2023||MSU Riley Center||Meridian, MS||TICKETS|
|Fri, April 14, 2023||Immersive Media Performing Arts Center||Biloxi, MS||TICKETS|
|Sun, April 16, 2023||Stand up Live Huntsville||Huntsville, AL||TICKETS|
|Mon, April 17, 2023||Comedy Zone Charlotte||Charlotte, NC||TICKETS|
|Tue, April 18, 2023||Dead Crow||Wilmington, NC||TICKETS|
|Wed, April 19, 2023||Dead Crow||Wilmington, NC||TICKETS|
|Thu, April 20, 2023||Count Basie Center||Red Bank, NJ||TICKETS|
|Fri, April 21, 2023||Bardavon 1869 Opera House||Poughkeepsie, NY||TICKETS|
|Sat, April 22, 2023||Chubb Theatre||Concord, NH||TICKETS|
|Fri, June 23, 2023||Walton Arts Center||Fayetteville, AR||TICKETS|
|Sat, October 28, 2023||Viterbo University Fine Arts Center||La Crosse, WI|
Tig (affectionately named by her brother as a child) was born in Jackson, MS and raised by her single mother in Pass Christian, MS. During hot summer days, her artistic and free-spirited mother would feed the children all three meals at once, then hose down their diapered bodies in highchairs to cut back on cooking and cleaning, leaving more time for her to paint donkeys on the outside of their house. The family eventually moved to Texas, where they gained a step-father who provided structure and alas… a house with no donkeys painted on the walls.
While serving time in a Texas high school, Tig failed three grades by entertaining classmates rather than entertaining the notion of a successful academic career. She decided to drop out of school in 9th grade and move to Denver, where she worked briefly in the music industry before moving to LA to lodge herself firmly into the world of comedy.
This year, Tig and her wife/writing partner Stephanie Allynne sold the screenplay First Ladies to Netflix, with Jennifer Aniston attached to star as the first female President of the United States, and Tig starring as the First Lady. In 2019 Tig will also appear opposite Octavia Spencer in the Paramount Pictures comedy Instant Family.
For two seasons, Tig wrote, produced, and starred in the critically acclaimed semi-autobiographical Amazon series One Mississippi, which she co-created with Oscar Award winner Diablo Cody. The series yielded several award nominations, including WGA, GLAAD and The Critic's Choice Awards.
In 2013, Tig was nominated for a Grammy Award for her sophomore release, Live, the number one selling comedy album of 2012. Tig was also nominated for both an Emmy Award and a Grammy Award for her 2015 HBO special Boyish Girl Interrupted. She received a GLAAD Award nomination for the Netflix Original Documentary Tig. Her memoir, I’m Just a Person, is a New York Times Bestseller.
Tig is a favorite on numerous talk shows, including Ellen, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Conan. She is also a frequent public radio contributor. Tig continues to tour internationally, selling out Carnegie Hall in 2016. In her time off, Tig enjoys bird-watching with Stephanie, their twin sons, and cat, Fluff, at home in Los Angeles.
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