Comedian Etta May returns to the Clayton Center for the Arts
After last year’s sold out show with the Southern Fried Chicks, Etta May is back with her new show, Etta May’s White Trash Diary. She will perform in the Ronald and Lynda Nutt Theatre, Friday, October 5 at 8 pm. Tickets are $15-$30 and may be purchased at www.claytonartscenter.com or by calling the Box Office at 865-981-8590.
White Trash Diary is the hilarious new one-woman show from the princess of polyester, the goddess of trailer parks everywhere. Ripped directly from the life story of one of America’s funniest women, it’s a night of side-splitting laughter!
Etta May is also a headline comic on CMT’s “CMT Comedy Stage” which is the second highest rated show in CMT history. The success of the Comedy Stage franchise led to the production of the Southern Fried Chicks Comedy Tour special as the first comedy concert series for the national cable network. She was also the subject and first female comic ever on the biography show, “Comedy Club.” She joins the elite comedy company of Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy, who are also featured in this series. Etta May won the prestigious American Comedy Awards: “Stand-Up Comic of the Year,” and has appeared on Oprah, Comic Strip Live, MTV, and as a guest commentator on “CBS Sunday Morning.” In addition to television, Etta May is a regular on the syndicated Bob & Tom radio show and a regular on XM and Sirius Radio’s comedy channels.