When planning out his OH COME ON tour, comedian/actor/writer David Cross thought big. The tour takes him across North America this summer, then to Europe, then back to North America for another leg in the fall.
He’ll stop by the Bing Crosby Theater on Monday.
Rather than piece a show together using bits from different sets from throughout the years, Cross decided to actively build a new set.
With a bunch of ideas rolling around, Cross took a glance at his calendar.
Having wrapped as Tobias Fünke on the critically acclaimed show “Arrested Development” and after “Bliss,” the show he created for the U.K.’s Sky One, wasn’t picked up, Cross realized he had a relatively open 2018 and plenty of time to develop new material.
But before Cross hit the road, and once he had “way too much material,” Cross decided to start small, performing at 100-seat capacity spaces like Brooklyn’s Union Hall.
Read Azaria Podplesky's full article on TheSpokesman.com
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