Due to unexpected circumstances, the January 15, 2022 show of Nick Kroll: Middle-Aged Boy Tour at the Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix, AZ has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 7 PM. All tickets for the original performance will be honored, so patrons should hold on to their tickets. If you prefer a refund, you have until February 13, 2022 (30 days) to request a refund by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nick Kroll has established himself as one of today’s most sought-after creators, writers, producers, and actors in both film and television.
Dubbed “the Picasso of Puberty” by The New York Times, Nick co-created, writes, produces and performs over 30 voices on the Emmy-Nominated Netflix animated series BIG MOUTH, which is based on his childhood. BIG MOUTH has been heralded by Vanity Fair as “one of TV’s most honest depictions of growing up.”
He and his BIG MOUTH co-creators recently announced their newest project for Netflix, HUMAN RESOURCES, a workplace comedy which will be set in the world as the BIG MOUTH creatures and monsters.
Nick can also be seen or heard in THE ADDAMS FAMILY 2 and upcoming films SING 2 and Olivia Wilde’s DON’T WORRY DARLING alongside Harry Styles and Florence Pugh.
He created and starred in the critically acclaimed KROLL SHOW, which ran on Comedy Central. He also starred as “Ruxin” in the hit FX show THE LEAGUE. He is currently guest starring on the FX hit comedy WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS, Apple’s DICKINSON, HBO Max’s OUR FLAG MEANS DEATH alongside Taika Waititi, and Apple’s ROAR, opposite Issa Rae.
He co-wrote and starred in OH, HELLO on Broadway alongside frequent collaborator John Mulaney for 138 sold out shows which resulted in a critically acclaimed Netflix special of the same name. In 2019, he began his stand-up comedy tour for Nick Kroll: Middle-Aged Boy selling out theaters across the US, UK, and Australia. On November 12, 2021 Nick Kroll sold out Carnegie Hall during the New York Comedy Festival.
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