Comedian Todd Glass

Todd Glass is a comic’s comic. After performing around the world for more than three decades, the waggish comedy dynamo has nearly perfected his quintessential brand of sardonic meta-humor.

It’s all starting to pay off, too.

Glass has spent the last few years opening for comedy titans like Louis CK and Jim Gaffigan and he’s currently on tour with Daniel Tosh. And that barely scratches the surface of Glass’s long and storied career that includes appearances on everything from much-cherished sitcoms like “Married With Children” and “Friends” to more current fixtures such as FX’s Emmy-winning dramedy “Louie” and IFC’s alt-comedy knockout “Comedy Bang Bang.”

Additionally, when Glass isn’t on camera, he’s in the studio hosting his widely-acclaimed podcast “The Todd Glass Show,” which is broadcast on the Nerdist network. He has also made two appearances on Marc Maron’s “WTF.” In his second episode, Glass returned to reveal he was gay, which became the basis of his memoir “The Todd Glass Situation,” which the New York Times called “terrific.”

So, why is Glass headlining the first annual Hopkins Comedy Festival? We are just that lucky.

For Audiences 18 years or older.

Tickets $22.50

    Tues–Sat, noon-6pm
    at the Box Office
    Tues-Sat, noon-6pm

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