Mooney and Gregory have a century plus worth of comic experience between them. Mooney has written for Red Foxx, Richard Pryor and the groundbreaking show “In Living Color” while Gregory, a long time civil-rights activist, started his comedy career at The Playboy Club in Chicago.
Tickets to the show, which will take place at the W New Orleans are at 8 and 10 p.m. Unlike most shows of any kind these days, you can bring your own camera and take pictures during the show.
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