The Emmy Award-winning actress and comedian hits the Valley with her #SheReady tour, named for her famous catchphrase. Fans know Haddish for her appearances in Night School, The Oath, Nobody’s Fool and Girls Trip, plus the TBS sitcom The Last O.G.
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400 W. Washington St., Phoenix
The singer/songwriter has earned four Grammy Awards, 21 Top 40 hits and 11 No. 1 singles. Among the favorites are “Seven Year Ache,” “Runaway Train” and “Sea of Heartbreak.”
Scottsdale Center for the
7380 E. Second St., Scottsdale
And in this corner: Cassius Clay
Through March 3
Before he became “The Greatest” boxer and a civil rights advocate, the man the world would come to know as Muhammad Ali was a boy navigating friendships, family and learning to fight for himself and his community in the segregated South of the 1950s. The play is co-produced by Black Theatre Troupe and Childsplay.
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$32.50, adults; $27.50, students
Helen K. Mason Performing Arts Center
1333 E. Washington St., Phoenix
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