WINDY CITY TIMES
||COMEDY Cameron Esposito at The Den Theatre on Dec. 30-31
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The Den Theatre is welcoming back LGBTQ+ comedian Cameron Esposito, performing two stand-up shows on Dec. 30-31, 2022 on The Heath Mainstage, 1331 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Esposito (a onetime Windy City Times 30 Under 30 honoree) is an award-winning standup comic, actor, podcaster and best-selling author. She most recently appeared in HBOMax's Moonshot and ABC's A Million Little Things.
Tickets are currently available at thedentheatre.com or 773-697-3830. Regular, mezzanine and VIP table seatings are available. Drink service is provided for all seats (and there is a two-drink minimum).
COVID guidelines: In the interest of keeping patrons and staff safe, and in accordance with the League of Chicago Theatres, The Den will continue to require proof of vaccination to attend any event for the indefinite future. While masking is no longer required, The Den strongly encourages patrons to continue wearing a mask when not eating or drinking. For the most current information on The Den's COVID guidelines, visit thedentheatre.com/covid19-policy.
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