The Algonquin Commons Theatre is proud to present Gemini Award winning stand-up comedian, actor, and writer Jeremy Hotz live in Ottawa this November along his “Profoundly Disappointed” tour! Jeremy Hotz will return to his hometown of Ottawa, ON, for two live “Profoundly Disappointed” shows, that will be filmed exclusively for a special forthcoming DVD release.
Lobby Bar 6:00pm
Doors Open 6:30pm
Event Starts 7:00pm
Lobby Bar 8:30pm
Doors Open 9:00pm
Event Starts 9:30pm
**Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20th, 2018 @ 10:00am**
$50.00 – Floor Level
$45.00 – Main Level
$40.00 – Balcony Level
16 and over. Reserved seating. Based on the event’s age restriction, children aged 3 and under are not permitted to attend this event. All tickets are final sale. No exchanges, upgrades, or refunds.
Tickets available in person at the Algonquin Commons Theatre Box Office ($1.50 Facility Fee applicable). The Box Office is located in the Robert C. Gillett Student Commons, room E104. Tickets are also available online through algonquinsa.ticketfly.com (additional service charges applicable) or over the phone at 1-888-732-1682 (additional service charges & convenience fee applicable).
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Universal Accessible Seating
The Algonquin Commons Theatre is committed to providing universal accessible seating for all patrons. Please contact the Algonquin Commons Theatre Box Office by phone at (613) 727-4723 ext. 6442 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve these seats and to enquire about companion seating.
Additional Event Information
Fondly referred to as “the master of misery”, Gemini Award winning stand-up comedian, actor and writer Jeremy Hotz announced today that he’ll return to his hometown of Ottawa, ON, for two live shows at the Algonquin Commons Theatre on November 23rd. Celebrated for his original style coupled with side splitting takes on everyday life, Hotz confirmed that both “Profoundly Disappointed” shows will be filmed exclusively for a special forthcoming DVD release.
“I’m really looking forward to shooting a comedy special in Ottawa,” shares Hotz. “It’s my hometown! The city where I started stand-up in 1984, at the crummy Beacon Arms Hotel on Albert Street. Jesus…what was I thinking?”