30 ROCK's Tracy Morgan to Play Foxwoods Resort Casino, 11/23
Comix At Foxwoods will present Tracy Morgan, star of the recently wrapped NBC hit series, 30 Rock, at the Fox Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are currently available for presale through Comix and fans can purchase regular tickets in advance for $40, $52.50 and $65 beginning Friday, Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. This show is for mature audiences only.
Tickets are available online at www.comixatfoxwoods.com; by calling the Foxwoods Box Office at 800-200-2882; or in person at the Comix, Fox Theater or MGM Grand Theater Box Offices. Please contact the Comix Comedy Club at 860-312-5050 for additional information or with questions regarding group sales or private parties.
While starring on NBC's Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning 30 Rock, Morgan received his first Emmy nomination for Supporting Actor in 2009 and was nominated for a Supporting Actor NAACP Image Award six times. He continues to divide his busy schedule between television, film and his standup, while still finding time to host the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.
After his work on the hit comedy series, Martin, Morgan joined Saturday Night Live in 1996 as a cast member for seven seasons, creating such memorable characters as "Astronaut Jones" and "Brian Fellows." On the big screen he has appeared in such films as "Cop Out," "The Longest Yard" and "The Son Of No One."
Morgan has also had the opportunity to be a part of some of the most successful animated films in recent years, including lending his voice for his animation debut in Jerry Bruckheimer's "G-Force." The combination live-action/CG film opened in 2009 at number one in U.S. box offices and was celebrated by audiences worldwide. Last year, Morgan Starred as the bulldog, Luiz, in the colorful and lively film "Rio," while other impressive credits to his name include his own comedy series, The Tracy Morgan Show, the release of his first book, "I Am The New Black," headlining the famed New York Comedy Festival and his first HBO Special, Black & Blue.