Funnyman Colin Quinn brings his humor and sass to Atlanta in "Unconstitutional," a show of highbrow political humor during which the comedian tackles 226 years of American Constitutional calamities in just over an hour.
Travelzoo subscribers can save more than 35% on tickets to this "hilarious" and "wonderfully riotous" show (The Hollywood Reporter) at The Woodruff Arts Center's 14th Street Playhouse on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $25 (reg. $40) for Orchestra seating.
The International Business Times calls it "a highly entertaining and well-thought out show.” The New York Times says it's "a pleasingly funny amble through American history," adding that Quinn "has always been a little ahead of the curve.”
Quinn offers his unique comedic perspective on America's character and questions if today's culture is what our Founding Fathers had planned.