Durham Performing Arts Center | Durham, North Carolina
Once she starts talking, you can count on being completely and utterly shocked by the hilarious things that come out of Taylor Tomlinson's mouth. As a result, Taylor Tomlinson has a legion of devoted followers who will go to almost any lengths to catch one of her live shows. Fortunately, you won't have to go far because, on April 1, 2023, you can see her in all her hilarious glory at the Durham Performing Arts Center. You are, quite literally, about to have the time of your life, but you had better act fast if you want to secure your spot among the sold-out crowd. Before they are gone forever, be sure to pick up your tickets as soon as possible.
If you're a fan of Taylor Tomlinson, you might be curious about her beginnings, so here is a short biography of what is, in reality, an endless list of incredible accomplishments. Tomlinson's father first suggested that she try stand-up comedy when she was 16 years old, and ever since then, she hasn't been able to stop. She is equally at home on the stage of a large university auditorium as she is in a small, cozy coffeehouse. She placed in the top 10 of NBC's ninth season of Last Comic Standing, and Variety named her one of the "Top 10 Comics to Watch" at this year's Just for Laughs Festival.
The comedian has been a frequent guest on shows like "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and "Conan," and he has also been featured on numerous Comedy Central specials. Quarter Life Crisis, Tomlinson's first stand-up special, debuted on Netflix in March of 2020. She and fellow comedian Whitney Cummings started their Codependent Tour in the fall of the following year. She, Kelsey Cook, and Delanie Fischer launched their comedy podcast Self-Helpless that same year. In 2021. In the same year, she decided to launch her own podcast, "Sad in the City."
Moreover, in December 2021, she was also included in Forbes' list of 30 Under 30. Her most recent stand-up special on Netflix, titled "Look at You," was very well received upon its debut. Now, with her sights set on the Durham Performing Arts Center on April 1st, expect her to absolutely thrill you. The demand for tickets to this once-in-a-lifetime event has never been higher, so don't wait, just grab your tickets right now.