Venue: Terry Fator Theatre
3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
Show Dates: April 10, 2015 - April 11, 2015
Show Times: 10pm
Age Restriction: 16
Show Length: 90 minutes
Starting at $130.84
Two of comedy's biggest sitcom and stand-up stars, Ray Romano and David Spade, perform at The Mirage in a night guaranteed to be full of laughs.
Ray Romano lives up to his TV show's name: "Everybody Loves Raymond." Since stepping on stage for the first time in 1984, Romano has been making people laugh with his comical observations on everyday life.
Romano started out by making regular appearances at comedy clubs and was a contestant on "Star Search" in the stand-up comedy category. The exposure garnered late-night talk show invites, and Romano made appearances on various shows, including "The Tonight Show" with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno and the "Late Show with David Letterman." His appearance on Letterman led to a deal with the production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and his own sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond." The show debuted in 1996 and ran for nine seasons with the last one airing in 2005.
Along with having an award-winning TV series, Romano continued to take on other projects. In 2002 Romano was featured as the voice of the woolly mammoth Manny in the 2002 animated film "Ice Age." The movie's success spawned multiple sequels: "Ice Age: The Meltdown" (2006), "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaur" (2009) and "Ice Age: Continental Drift" (2012). A fourth sequel is planned for 2016. Romano also appeared in "Eulogy" (2004) and "Welcome to Mooseport" (2004).
In September 2012, Romano joined the cast of the comedy-drama TV series "Parenthood." Romano continues to star as Hank Rizzoli in the award-winning show.
Quick-witted comedian David Spade is one of "Saturday Night Live's" favorite and funniest sons. Spade has most recently been seen on the TV sitcom "Rules of Engagement."
He spent most of the '80s touring clubs, theaters and college campuses, making a name for himself in stand-up. In 1990, he joined the cast of "SNL," where skits like "The Hollywood Minute" and catch phrases like "Buh-bye!" made him part of the national cultural consciousness. He also starred in NBC's highly successful "Just Shoot Me" (a show whose pilot was originally rejected until Spade was added to the cast), as well as making the jump to the big screen in celluloid laugh fests like "Black Sheep" and "Joe Dirt." Spade's other films include the animated movies "The Emperor's New Groove" and "Hotel Transylvania," plus "Grown Ups" and the sequel "Grown Ups 2."