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||COMEDY Cameron Esposito at The Den on Oct. 2
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The Den Theatre will present out comedian Cameron Esposito Saturday, Oct. 2d at 8 pm on The Heath Mainstage, 1331 N. Milwaukee Ave..
Esposito is a standup comic, actor and writer who has appeared across television and film and, most recently, in print in the New York Times. Espositoa former Windy City Times 30 Under 30 honoreealso hosts the interview podcast Queery. Her first book, Save Yourself, was released in March 2020 from Hachette/Grand Central Publishing.
Please note: The Den will require proof of vaccination for all guests, staff and performers and adhere to all CDC, state and local safety guidelines. For the most current information on COVID guidelines and The Den's ticket refund policy, visit thedentheatre.com/covid19-policy.
Tickets go on sale Friday, Aug. 20, at 10 a.m. CT at TheDenTheatre.com or 773-697-3830. Regular, mezzanine and VIP table seating are available; drink service is provided for all seats (a two-drink minimum).
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