Do New Year’s Eve with Tif­fany Had­dish in Mi­ami

Sun Sentinel Broward Edition - Showtime - Broward - - FRONT PAGE - By Ben Cran­dell SOUTHFLORIDA.COM

Comic-ac­tress Tif­fany Had­dish, cur­rently the queen of the box of­fice in the Kevin Hart hit “Night School,” plans to spend New Year’s Eve in Mi­ami with a per­for­mance at the James L. Knight Cen­ter.

Re­served-seat tick­ets for the 9 p.m. Dec 31 show, which is part of her #shere­ady Tour, go on sale 10 a.m. Fri­day, Oct. 5, at all Tick­et­mas­ter out­lets in­clud­ing Tick­et­mas­ and by call­ing 800-745-3000. A se­ries of pre­sales be­gin at 10 a.m. Thurs­day. Visit Tick­et­mas­

Tick­ets for the AEG Pre­sents show will cost $49.50, $65, $85, $149.50 and $250 (plus fees).

Af­ter open­ing on Fri­day, “Night School” fin­ished No. 1 at the box of­fice, tak­ing in more than $28 mil­lion na­tion­wide and fin­ish­ing ahead of the week­end’s other new film, “Small­foot” ($23 mil­lion).

But her co-star­ring role with Hart is just ic­ing on the rich, mul­ti­lay­ered cake that has been 2018 for Had­dish.

Best known for her break­out role in the hit com­edy “Girls Trip” and ap­pear­ances op­po­site Tracy Mor­gan on the TBS com­edy se­ries “The Last O.G.,” Had­dish re­cently won her first Emmy Award for host­ing “Sat­ur­day Night Live” and has two fea­ture films de­but­ing be­fore the end of the year: “The Oath” (in the­aters Oct. 12) and “No­body’s Fool” (Nov. 2).

Other pro­jects in the pipe­line in­clude voice work on “The Lego Movie 2,” “The Se­cret Life of Pets 2” and the up­com­ing an­i­mated se­ries “Tuca & Ber­tie” on Net­flix, where she also is work­ing on a one-hour standup special. Had­dish also has a twoyear deal with HBO for pro­jects with her She Ready pro­duc­tion com­pany.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit bcran­dell@ sun-sen­


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