Dane Cook Tickets

Thu, July 18, 2013
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Four years after taking the country by storm with his last major tour — 2009′s “ISolated INcident” — Dane Cook is preparing to hit the road again this fall. He’s calling his latest venture "Under Oath", a loaded name that wasn't chosen lightly. “As a comedian, I am obligated to tell you the truth, my truth,” he explained in a recent interview. “To share with you my beliefs, my perspective. And I think that we forget sometimes that that’s the oath that comics take, that we will go up and share everything — the irreverent, the scary.”


Cook’s words indicate that he won’t shy away from covering tough stuff in the new show, which he’s been honing for years at the Los Angeles’s Laugh Factory — subjects like his failed NBC series Next Caller (which was canceled before airing a single episode), joke-stealing allegations that led to a memorable guest appearance on Louie in 2011, and the army of haters determined to pounce on his every misstep.

Just don’t expect something dour, heavy, and confessional. With his new set, Cook is aiming to emulate the tone of 2003′s Harmful if Swallowed, his lighthearted breakthrough album — one that was made before his mother died of cancer in 2006, his father died of cancer in 2007, and his half-brother Darryl McCauley was jailed for embezzling millions from Cook in 2010. His understated assessment of that dark period: “Everything was kind of out of whack for a bit.”

But “the last couple of years onstage has been a lot lighter,” Cook continued. “The [new] set is a lot more random. It’s what I think I do best, which is observational comedy, relationships — I love gender stuff. I love getting into the wiring of men and women. So a lot of it really hearkens back to discovering myself in that first CD.” He’s also looking forward to taking his act to theaters with capacities somewhere between the intimate Laugh Factory and the cavernous Madison Square Garden, which Cook has sold out twice — as Cook says, because he got so massively popular so quickly, “I had kind of skipped over the part as you’re going up the food chain and playing larger and larger venues, and [I] never had a chance to play these incredible theaters.”

Tickets for Dane Cook and his Under Oath comedy tour can be found onwww.PeakSeats.com, on the free Peak Seats iPhone App, the free Peak Seats Android App, the free Peak Seats Kindle Fire App or by calling 855.379.4515.

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