Due to overwhelming demand, award-winning US comedians and real-life married couple NICK OFFERMAN and MEGAN MULLALLY have announced extra shows on their Summer of 69: No Apostrophe tour in early 2016.

The couple’s first round of shows sold out in minutes. They’ve now added late shows in Sydney, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane.

Tickets for the additional shows go on sale at 10am this Monday, September 7.

TOUR DATES

STATE THEATRE, SYDNEY
FRIDAY JANUARY 29
8PM & 10.30PM

THEATRE ROYAL, HOBART
SATURDAY JANUARY 30
8PM & 10.00PM

HAMER HALL, MELBOURNE
SUNDAY JANUARY 31
8PM & 10.15PM

ASTOR THEATRE, PERTH
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2
8PM & 10.15PM

FESTIVAL THEATRE, ADELAIDE
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4
8PM

QPAC CONCERT HALL, BRISBANE
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6
8PM & 10.30PM

My Live Nation members can be amongst the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale beginning at 10am Friday, September 4. For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.com.au.

He is Ron Swanson. She is Karen Walker. Together they are TV’s funniest duo and one of the Royal Couples of comedy. Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) and Megan Mullally (Will and Grace) met in 2000, at rehearsals for play The Berlin Circle and married three years later.

Now they’re taking their relationship to the stage for the exceedingly naughty and, frankly, hilarious showSummer of 69: No Apostrophe where they’ll be yanking the britches right off of their marriage.

Featuring songs, funny talking, heavy ribaldry, light petting and an astonishing final act of completion, they’ll be exposing all the salacious details of their fiery union for the world to enjoy. Over the past year, the tawdry twosome has been taking their show on the road throughout the US and will now bring the riotous raunch-fest to Australia.

Mullally has described the show as, “Like comedic sex-ed. I think the show will be rather graphic so, you know, don’t bring your 7-year-old, but we hope to be very informative. It’s very all-American, really. It’s going to be a variety show comprised of talking, singing and sex acts.”

Offerman added, “There’s an important subtitle in the show, and it’s ‘no apostrophe’. It’s about the greatest love relationship of all time.”

The accomplished entertainers have won multiple awards including two Emmy Awards and four Screen Actors Guild Awards for Megan Mullally, and a Television Critics Association Award and two Critics Choice Television Awards for Offerman. While having earned massive recognition for their work on-screen, the duo also thrives on stage in front of a live audience having most recently wowed audiences in the US with their work together Off-Broadway in the play “Annapurna.”

Don’t miss your second chance to experience this very unique creative comedy couple at their best.

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