Bored Teachers

Epic, Fun, Entertaining.

Best Seats to see Bored Teachers

Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA

Dec 07

Sat . 07:00 PM

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Capital One Hall, Tysons, VA

Upcoming Events Calendar

Jul 25

Thu . 09:30 PM

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Alberta Bair Theater, Billings, MT

Jul 26

Fri . 09:30 PM

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Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture, Bozeman, MT

Jul 27

Sat . 09:30 PM

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Dennison Theatre, Missoula, MT

Aug 01

Thu . 08:30 PM

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Raising Cane's River Center, Baton Rouge, LA

Aug 02

Fri . 08:30 PM

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Julie Rogers Theatre, Beaumont, TX

Aug 03

Sat . 08:30 PM

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Selena Auditorium At the American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, TX

Aug 04

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McAllen Performing Arts Center, McAllen, TX

Aug 08

Thu . 08:30 PM

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Gillioz Theatre, Springfield, MO

Aug 09

Fri . 08:30 PM

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Missouri Theatre Columbia, Columbia, MO

Aug 10

Sat . 08:30 PM

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Kansas Star Casino, Mulvane, KS
Bored Teachers, the comedy troupe that has been setting the comedy world ablaze with their relatable, laugh-out-loud humor about the Underbelly of education, is touring again. There's a fascinating trajectory here; this group of actual educators turned comedians didn't just find themselves on a stage overnight. They kicked off their career with small-time gigs at nondescript bars in places like Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and Tempe, Arizona. Sharing the stage with up-and-coming comedians like Josh Blue and Ali Siddiq, they honed their skills before crowds of barely 100 people. But oh, how times have changed.

Today, Bored Teachers are packing larger venues such as the Orpheum Theater in Omaha, Nebraska, and the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The dynamism of their humor thrives in these Spaces where their well-crafted jokes about grading papers and parent-teacher conferences resonate with a crowd that has been through the academic grind.

Now, about those best seats. When it comes to larger venues, aim for the orchestra or lower mezzanine sections for an immersive experience. You want to be close enough to catch the subtle facial expressions, but not so close that you're craning your neck for two hours. In smaller venues, seats near the center stage usually offer the best vantage point without compromising on comfort.

Ticket prices vary depending on the venue and the seat selection. At the cheaper end, you could find yourself a seat for around $30 in the upper tiers or towards the back in smaller venues. If you're looking to indulge a bit, VIP packages, which often include meet-and-greets, can go as high as $200. The middle ground, often the best mix of cost and quality, usually hovers around the $75 mark.

But ticket prices aren't static; they fluctuate depending on when you purchase. In some cases, buying tickets during pre-SALES can save you some cash. And let's not overlook the power of group sales. If you’re planning on going with a bunch of friends or co-workers, many venues offer a discount for block seat purchases.

Bored Teachers have also been adept at collaboration, frequently sharing the stage with other comics and sometimes even educators who dabble in comedy. Their combined shows with acts like "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" offer a different flavor and texture, showing that humor about education can mesh seamlessly with other genres of comedy.

If you're on a budget, pay attention to their off-peak shows, usually weekday performances or matinees. Not only do you get cheaper tickets, but you also have a better shot at snagging one of those coveted best seats without burning a hole in your wallet. It's a win-win situation.

What's next for Bored Teachers is anyone's guess. The troupe seems intent on evolving, continually adding new acts and exploring various comedic dimensions. Their latest show incorporates more Audience interaction, bringing the crowd into their world of mischievous students and bewildering administrative policies. It's a don't-miss opportunity to not just watch but participate in the comedic process.

The thrill of live comedy is unparalleled, and seeing Bored Teachers live will make you wish you could sit in a classroom with them just for the laughs. Whether it's your first time or you're a returning fan, knowing how to get the best seats is essential for the ultimate comedy experience.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What kind of music does Bored Teachers play?
Bored Teachers plays a mix of rock, pop, and alternative music.
What kind of atmosphere can I expect at a Bored Teachers show?
Bored Teachers shows are always high energy and full of fun. Expect to be dancing and singing along!
How long are Bored Teachers shows?
Bored Teachers shows typically last around two hours.
Is there an age limit for Bored Teachers shows?
All ages are welcome at Bored Teachers shows.
Are there any special activities at Bored Teachers shows?
Bored Teachers often has special activities like giveaways and contests at their shows.

Interesting Information about Bored Teachers

  • Bored Teachers has been performing together for over 10 years.
  • Bored Teachers has released three studio albums and one live album.
  • Bored Teachers has toured extensively throughout the US and Europe.
  • Bored Teachers has been featured on numerous television and radio shows.
  • Bored Teachers has won several awards for their live performances.