Ronny Chieng [CANCELLED] at Murat Theatre

Ronny Chieng [CANCELLED] Tickets

Murat Theatre at Old National Centre | Indianapolis, Indiana

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Ronny Chieng [CANCELLED]

Ronny Chieng is launching his newest THE LOVE TO HATE IT TOUR. The acclaimed Malaysian-Chinese comedian, actor, and senior correspondent of Comedy Central's The Daily Show is jet-set to bring his brand of honest and relevant comedy to the stage. He's definitely making us 'love to hate a bunch of stuff with his undeniably hilarious wit and dedication to shining light on relevant conversations. He's set to hit the stage at Murat Theatre on January 12 of the upcoming new year. As one of the world's comics to watch out for, everyone's in for a grand night of joy and laughter with the man himself. With Netflix Specials, a Hulu release, and a jam-packed schedule of TV and film guestings coming right up, big things are in for Ronny Chieng. Tune in to his newest live extravaganza by booking your tickets now!

A rising star in the world of comedy, the comic, actor, and acclaimed correspondent on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" is marking a new trek - THE LOVE TO HATE IT TOUR. With two massive Netflix Specials under his name, the man also starred in a couple of films - "Crazy Rich Asians", Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings", "American Born Chinese", "M3GAN", "Joy Ride", and many more. He also looks forward to starring in the upcoming Hulu release "Interior Chinatown".

No matter how much the world loves when he pays a visit to every city blessed by his comedic talent, he's down to get us feeling some hate on his brand-new trek. We're wondering what kind of hate he's bound to share, fueled by his hilarious wit and relevant conversations...

Relevant. Ronny Chieng is well-known for his relevant and hilarious political commentaries on The Daily Show. In an interview with Esquire's Sirena He, asked about how he balances issues that affect the AAPI community, "you want these stories to be told and you don't think anyone else is doing them," the man said. "We need to talk about these issues, because if I don't talk about it, no one else is going to talk about it, or no one's going to care in the way that I care about it," he added, explaining that the folks over at The Daily Show respect and support the stories he wants to tackle.

Ronny Chieng was born in 1985, and lived in Johor Bahru while attending school in Singapore. He grew up both in Singapore and the United States up until 1994. He later moved to Australia for his higher education. Diving in the world of comedy in 2013 as he toured with Trevor Noah, the man found his big viral break when he revisited New York City's Chinatown after Jesse Watter's controversial segment on Fox News. Chieng hosted respectful interviews in Chinese and soon went viral.

In 2016, he co-wrote and starred in his own sitcom, "Ronny Chieng: International Student", drawing inspiration from his experiences as a Malaysian student living in Australia. Comedy Central and ABC TV picked the series up, and from then on, he found his place in the world of comedy.

As Ronny Chieng takes his newest "LOVE TO HATE IT TOUR" to the stage, make sure to mark your spots by booking your tickets now!

Ronny Chieng [CANCELLED] at Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

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