Charlie Murphy is known for his laugh-inducing work on television programs such as Chapelle’s Show, Martin, the Boondocks – not to mention movies such as CB4 [Remember Gusto?], Night at the Museum, and Norbit, which he starred in with his brother Eddie. The sultan of standup will be performing for military service men and women as well as their guests [wink, wink] at Fort Hamilton on Saturday, December 1.
As difficult as military life must be at times, I’m considering heading down to the Marine recruitment office in Times Square, because if Charles Q. Murphy is half as funny in person as he is on television then this is sure to be a must-see show.
It all goes down at the Fort Hamilton Theater [101st and Ft. Hamilton Pkwy]. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show beginning at 8. Public transportation is highly encouraged as the parking is very limited on base. Opening for Murphy will be Freeze Love from Def Comedy Jam.
The show is for audiences age 18 and older.
There is also an after-party at the Hamilton Lounge, so if you’re a military service member or lucky enough to know a military service member or veteran, try to get those tickets soon because they might go fast.
This event is being sponsored by Fort Hamilton Family & MWR.