DAR Constitution Hall | Washington, D.C
Her fearless approach to tackling taboo subjects has made her one of the funniest and most relatable comedians of our time. Iliza Shlesinger's razor sharp wit, contagious enthusiasm, and charismatic stage presence have left audiences stunned and rolling over in the aisles with laughter, and she is bringing all of this brilliance to the DAR Constitution Hall on Saturday, November 4, 2023, for her “Hard Feelings Tour”. It is going to be a night of full blown entertainment as she delivers her hilarious views on the daily grind of life, relationships, and everything in between. She has become well known for her unparalleled ability to connect with audiences, and you really cannot afford to miss out on this spectacular event. Grabbing your tickets right here and now is paramount to securing your seat, so click the “GET TICKETS” button before it is too late and somebody else beats you to it.
Iliza Shlesinger, a Jewish American whose parents raised her in Dallas before she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in comedy, was born in New York in 1983. There, she joined up with a troupe of comics and sharpened her skills alongside them.
Her path led her to competitions like Myspace's "So You Think You're Funny" in 2007 and NBC's "Last Comic Standing" in 2008, both of which she won. Iliza Shlesinger has quickly become one of the most remarkable comedians of our time, and with her talents, it should come as no surprise that she is often cited as selling out shows whenever she comes to town. Her comedy specials, including "Elder Millennial" and "War Paint," became smash hits by tackling a wide range of topics from relationships to social norms, and with her unique perspective, audiences cannot help but laugh out loud.
After establishing her comedic dominance, Iliza branched out into acting, starring opposite Mark Wahlberg in the Netflix smash hit movie, Spencer Unlimited and writing and starring in the Netflix romantic comedy Good on Paper. Other notable works include “Instant Family,” as well as hosting her own late-night talk show, Truth & Iliza, the dating show Excused, and the game show Separation Anxiety. Additionally, she has even written seven books, including "All Things Aside: Absolutely Correct Opinions" and "Girl Logic: The Genius and the Absurdity"
It's her tours that people love the most because they encourage audience participation and are always met with cheers and woos from those in attendance who are impressed by her boundless energy and passion. She's currently on a North American tour called "Hard Feelings," and audiences can expect a show that's equal parts incredible and hilarious as she takes them on an adventure of epic proportions. If you want to go to this amazing show, you should buy tickets immediately before they sell out.
She is currently married to James Beard Award-nominated author Noah Galutan. They are a California family with a daughter named Sierra Mae and a Chinese rescue dog named Tian Fu.