SOLD OUT: Neal Brennan – Here We Go Tour – Tickets – Aladdin Theater – Portland, OR – August 18th, 2018

SOLD OUT: Neal Brennan – Here We Go Tour

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SOLD OUT: Neal Brennan – Here We Go Tour

Saturday, August 18th, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

Aladdin Theater

Portland, OR



This event is all ages

Neal Brennan
Neal Brennan
Three-time Emmy nominated Writer, director, producer, and standup comedian Neal Brennan has become a force in the comedy world. An across-the-board talent, Neal has found success in almost every creative vein in the comedy community. He has collaborated with the top writers and talent in the business andworked on several popular showsin various capacities. If there is a comedy that audiences are responding to,Neal is often somewhere to be found. Nealis currently a writer, Creative Consultant, and on-air correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.He served as Executive Producer on Chris Rock’s 2018standup special Chris Rock: Tamborineand as Director on fellow Daily Show Correspondent Michelle Wolf’s 2017 HBO special Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady. He also co-wrote the 2017 feature film The Female Brain alongside comic Whitney Cummings. Neal’scritically acclaimed stand-up special3 Micspremiered on Netflix in 2017, with Paste Magazine offering“It will floor you in the best way possible.”In a break from traditional standup comedy, 3 Mics sees Brennan alternating between three separate microphones; one for traditional stand-up, one for one-liners, and one for short confessional monologues covering everythingfrom managing his depression to his difficult relationship with his father. The showenjoyed a successful off-Broadway run in NYC with superstar musician John Legend serving as Producer.His first hour standup special Women and Black Dudes,which he alsodirected,premiered in2014on Comedy Centraland was named one of the 10 Best Standup Specials of 2014by Paste Magazine. His half hour standup special premiered in 2012 on the network’sseries The Half Hours. In 2013Neal directed several sketches onComedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, as well as episodesof FOX’s The Mindy Projectand New Girl.He also wrotewith Seth Meyers on The ESPY Awards and his White House Correspondents Dinner speech in 2011. Brennanhas done stand-upon Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Conan, Last Call with Carson Daly, and Lopez Tonight.In 2014, Neal was the host of The ApprovalMatrixon SundanceTV, a panel show inspired by the popular New York Magazinefeature. In addition to ipanel discussions, the series featured Brennan conductinginterviews with Jon Stewart, Amy Poehler and Chris Rock, withThe New YorkTimescallingthe show “intellectually risky and appealingly frisky.”-more-
2-2-2-2 Neal Brennan BiographyNeal co-created Comedy Central’s legendary Chappelle’s Show, for which he received three Emmy nominations; one for directing, one for writing, and one for producing.Together, Brennan and Dave Chappellewrote and produced virtually every sketchon the show themselves. In the second season, Brennan also served as director on many episodes, helmingsuch classic sketches as “Charlie Murphy/Rick James,” “The Racial Draft,” “Charlie Murphy/Prince,” and the “John Mayer Sketch.” Also with Chappelle, Neal co-wrote the stoner cult classic film “Half Baked.” In 2009 Brennan went on to direct the feature film “The Goods”for producers Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Paramount. The film starred Jeremy Piven,Ed Helms, Ken Jeong, Ving Rhames, and Ferrell.In 2010, Neal appeared as an actor in the feature film “Get Him To The Greek.”In addition to standup, writing, directing, andproducing, Brennan has also directed popular commercials for Sprite, Netflix, Best Buy and Nike. Hehas a huge presence on social mediawith 375,000 followers on twitter, and was named “One of the Funniest People on Twitter” by Time Magazineand Rolling Stone.After dropping out of the prestigious NYU Film School, Neal began hiscareer at theage of 20 as a writer on the MTV dating game show, “Singled Out,” (you’re welcome)and theNickelodeon sketch show, “All That.” Since then, he has performedstandup and lent his hand at writing and directing several TV shows and films, developing what The New York Times calls his “hip-hop and Frontlineaesthetic.” He regularly headlines the good standup venues in the good parts of America. He does see Dave pretty often. Dave is fine. For more information go to Follow Nealon Twitter -@nealbrennan