An older crowd may remember her as being the “tough love” mother from the 1990’s. Someone less familiar with her may remember her as the wackjob that had a brief stint on her own reality show and really mucked up the National Anthem. Regardless of what memory you have of her, Roseanne Barr is looking to make an all new impression by bringing her big personality to the Las Vegas Strip. Roseanne is back and bigger than ever in this stand-up routine that is sure to turn the Tropicana’s Laugh Factory upside down.
Known best for her 17 year-long roll as Roseanne Conner in the hit NBC television show, “Roseanne”, Roseanne Barr worked her way to stardom only to make some really interesting choices. Despite hosting a short-lived talk show, “The Roseanne Show”, and the success of “Roseanne”, fell in and out of the media . Several stunts, including butchering the National Anthem at a baseball game, would put Barr back in the spotlight on- and off again. Her most recent claim to fame – a macadamia nut farmer – landed her 16 episodes of her own reality TV show “Roseanne’s Nuts”. Though canceled after one season, Barr kept her spirit high and turned back to stand up, something that she seemed to fall right into quite easily. So, here we are. Twenty-six years after her debut on national television and five years after he initial run at the Sahara Resort and Casino, Roseanne Barr is finally coming back to the one place that will welcome her with open arms – Sin City.
Anybody that’s followed Roseanne Barr’s comedic tendencies may have come to notice that she’s not all “roses and puppy dogs”. She’s rough, she’s gruff, she tells it exactly like it is – no audience is safe from the sharp tongue of Roseanne; but her routine is a lot smarter than one may initially expect. Tackling the basic subjects of family, politics, and life, Roseanne alludes to her own journeys, ensuring the audience has plenty to chuckle about by the end of the show. It’s not about sex and the inevitable laughs that come from those naughty topics; rather, it’s more about relating to the audience on a more personal level and completely twisted everyday scenarios to fit her comedic timing. Roseanne Barr may have gone off the deep end a few times, but she’s back and better than ever on the Laugh Factory’s main stage.
Comedy shows in Las Vegas are typically always a hoot, and Roseanne fits in perfectly with her comedic brethren. If you’re looking for a new spin on comedy, Roseanne should be your next stop. For tickets and pricing, contact Exploring Las Vegas today. You won’t regret the decision, and you’ll get the pleasure of seeing a comedic genius, 26 years in the making, shining bright on the main stage.