After a series of critically panned films that fizzled out at the box office, Adam Sandler took a step outside the Hollywood system. He inked a four-feature straight-to-streaming deal with Netflix, which began with the recently released western comedy The Ridiculous 6. Apparently Netflix doesn't only want Sandler performing in your living room TV or laptop screen, as the company is now presenting a live standup show featuring Sandler and his cronies from '90s Saturday Night Live: David Spade, Norm MacDonald, and Rob Schneider.

Sandler's comedy crew comes to the Paramount Theatre on Tuesday, February 9. And while many of his recent movies have been targeted at kids, this will be a night of adult humor (though undoubtedly childish in nature), so leave the little ones at home.

Tickets for Adam Sandler and co. at the Paramount go on sale this Friday, January 8 at 10am via stgpresents.org or by phone at 1-877-784-4849. Tickets start at $66 with gold circle seats topping out at $251.

Adam Sandler, David Spade, Norm MacDonald, and Rob Schneider
Feb 9 at 7:30, Paramount Theatre, $66–$251

Fresh off reteaming with his Mr. Show cohort Bob Odenkirk for more sketch comedy in the form of Netflix's With Bob and David, David Cross heads back to the standup stage. On Wednesday, February 3, he'll stop for a night at the Moore Theatre. While Cross will always be Arrested Development's Tobias Fünke to many, his work as a standup and one of the trailblazers of the '90s alt-comedy boom launched him into the comedy zeitgeist.

Tickets for David Cross at the Moore go on sale this Friday, January 8 at 10am via stgpresents.org or by phone at 1-877-784-4849. Seats range from $23–$33.

David Cross
Feb 3 at 8, Moore Theatre, $23–$33

Here's how you know Trevor Noah is doing a satisfactory job handling the unenviable task of taking over The Daily Show hosting duties from Jon Stewart: the Internet isn't in a rage about it. And the Internet loves to be in a rage about things like this. So congrats, Trevor!

Much like Stewart before him, Noah had an established standup career pre-Daily Show. But since he was based in South Africa, his stateside performances have been comparatively rare. Seattleites can finally see Noah's act live when he travels to the Paramount Theatre on Thursday, February 18.

Tickets for Trevor Noah at the Paramount go on sale this Friday, January 8 at 10am via stgpresents.org or by phone at 1-877-784-4849. Tickets cost $32–$42.

Trevor Noah
Feb 18 at 7:30, Paramount Theatre, $32–$42

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