Comedian Amy Schumer comes to the BMO Harris Bradley Center on December 4. Tickets for the show are on sale now. As of this post, Amy has booked twelve dates, but that is sure to change, as the tour will most likely stretch into 2016. Hot off her movie titled Trainwreck, Amy is moving up to bigger venues for her live comedy show.
Five years ago, Ms. Schumer teamed up with Mark Hoppus on a show called “A Different Spin.” She wound up appearing on two episodes of “Funny as Hell” and then wound up with her own TV special. In 2013, Amy started working in sketch comedy, on her own show, titled Inside Amy Schumer. That show helped to launch her career to another level. In 2015, she wrote and stared in Trainwreck, a movie that focuses on the life of a woman who fears commitment. Reviews were mostly positive.