Laughin' At Cho

Surely only Henry Cho's fellow Korean-Americans could relate to clean, Knoxville-drawled jokes about redneck buddies confused by the sound of a turn signal (providing the name of his 2006 special, What's That Clickin' Sound?), a Southern town renaming itself to match its misspelled water tower and being a clueless new parent. From Koreatown in Dallas, here's how to get to the Addison Improv: Take Royal Lane to Interstate 35 north, LBJ east, Midway north and head east on Belt Line to 4980 Belt Line Road, where Cho performs Thursday through Sunday. Call 972-404-8501 or visit improv.com for showtimes and tickets.
Thu., Dec. 4; Fri., Dec. 5; Sat., Dec. 6; Sun., Dec. 7, 2008
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