Crack up to the comedy of Houston’s own Michael Yo at Houston Improv

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Fall out of your seat thanks to the clever comedy of Houston-born comic Michael Yo when he returns to his hometown for five socially distant shows at Houston Improv from Thursday, April 1 through Saturday, April 3, 2021.

A proud father and loving husband now living in Los Angeles, Yo is the self-proclaimed “Half-Black brother with a Korean mother.” Drawing from a bottomless pool of material about his family, he’s bring his all new We’re Still Here 2021 tour home.

The two-time Emmy nominee is a regular on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, host of the Michael Yo Show, and is fresh off his critically acclaimed comedy special Blasian. 

Special Family-Friendly Thursday Show

Yo’s show on Thursday, April 1, 2021 will be a family-friendly program for ages 14 and up.

His sets on Friday, April 2 and Saturday, April 3, 2021 are ages 18 and up.

Comedian Michael Yo at Houston Improv

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