Comedy

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally Are Coming to Phoenix's Comerica Theatre

Cool couple and true arbiters of whether love is dead Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally are hitting the road this spring.

The hilarious pair announced this week that their live show Summer of 69: No Apostrophe is coming to Phoenix's Comerica Theatre on Thursday, April 23, during a 23-city tour across the country.

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Married more than a decade, the duo's famed sexual chemistry is something each has discussed in various interviews, works, and performances, and it's made for some of the most delightful and disgustingly pervy moments on Parks and Recreation. Offerman and Mullally have played on-again, off-again tumultuous, sometimes cornrowed, occassionally undie-free, and oft-jailed lovers Ron Swanson and Tammy 2.

Though Summer of 69 likely will not delve into who set the bed on fire or necessarily promote the use of beef jerky as an aphrodisiac, attendees should expect a variety show packed with banter, songs, and humor that exposes the very NSFW parts of the comedy super-couple's marriage.

In other words, leave the kids at home or make them later.

Those scrambling for a last-minute and suggestive Valentine's Day present, take note, tickets to the 8 p.m. one-night-only performance are $39.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, February 13, via www.livenation.com.

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Becky Bartkowski is an award-winning journalist and the arts and music editor at New Times, where she writes about art, fashion, and pop culture.
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