By Ball State Marketing and Communications—
MUNCIE, IN— Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. ET Friday, Sept. 15, for comedy duo John Mulaney and Pete Davidson’s Oct. 7 performance at Ball State University’s Emens Auditorium.
Tickets for the 7 p.m. performance will be available through the Emens box office, online at Ticketmaster.com, or by phone at 765-285-1539.
This event will be a phone-free experience. Use of phones, smart watches and accessories, will not be permitted in the performance space. Upon arrival at the venue, all phones, smart watches and accessories will be secured in individual Yondr pouches that will be opened at the end of the event. Guests maintain possession of their devices at all times, and can access them throughout the event only in designated Phone Use Areas within the venue. All devices will be re-secured in Yondr pouches before returning to the performance space. Anyone seen using a device (phone, smart watch, or accessories) during the performance will be escorted out of the venue.
For more information, visit bsu.edu/emens or call 765-285-1539
Mr. Mulaney is a two-time Emmy and WGA award-winning writer, actor, and comedian. He can be seen in his latest Netflix stand up special, BABY J. Released in April 2023, Mr. Mulaney converts his personal turmoil into comedic brilliance, which earned him 2023 Emmy nominations in Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) and Outstanding Writing for A Variety Special.
On tour, he has sold out massive venues around North America from Madison Square Garden to the Hollywood Bowl. His 2023 tour dates include shows across the U.S., Europe, and Australia.
In 2018, Mr. Mulaney traveled the United States with the sold out “Kid Gorgeous Tour,” which was later released as a Netflix stand-up special and won the Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Variety Special; In 2015, he released “The Comeback Kid,” also a Netflix original, which The AV Club called the “best hour of his career.” In 2012, his Comedy Central special “New In Town” had Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly hailing him as “one of the best stand-up comics alive.”
Mr. Mulaney has been invited to host ”Saturday Night Live” (SNL) five times. He began writing for SNL in 2008 and created memorable characters such as “Stefon” with Bill Hader and appeared as a “Weekend Update” correspondent. He has written for IFC’s “Documentary Now!” and Netflix’s “Big Mouth,” on which he voices the character of Andrew. In December 2019, the critically acclaimed and Emmy nominated musical variety special ”John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch” debuted on Netflix.
Mr. Davidson is the creator, executive producer, writer, and star of Peacock’s critically acclaimed comedy “Bupkis.” He was a cast member on SNL from 2014-2022, where his singular “Weekend Update” features and original music videos garnered millions of views.
Mr. Davidson shot his first one-hour stand-up special for Comedy Central in 2016 and was named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 the same year. In 2020, he released the stand-up special “Pete Davidson: Alive From New York.” Mr. Davidson was listed as one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2022.
In 2020, Mr. Davidson co-wrote, executive produced, and starred in the critically acclaimed film “The King of Staten Island.” Additional film work includes “Trainwreck,” “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” “Big Time Adolescence,” “Set It Up,” “Meet Cute,” and “Bodies Bodies Bodies.” Upcoming projects include “Dumb Money,” “Wizards!” and “I Slept with Joey Ramone.”
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