Leslie Jordan returns to MA4 with a holiday show, “Unwrapped – Southern Holiday Stories.” What do you get when you have a Southern Baptist Sissy, a Sister who lovingly points out your “sins and shortcomings,” and the “Julio Iglesias of the Ozarks”? You get “Unwrapped – Southern Holiday Stories,” of course! Leslie Jordan, from Will and Grace, The Help, and American Horror Story: Coven, will ring in the holidays with an intimate evening of laughs. Have a yuletide laugh as Leslie shares the crazy antics of the holidays – celebrated Southern-style. Don’t miss out on this hysterical show filled with holiday cheer and more!

• $60 All Remaining Seats
• $15 Per Person Food/Drink Minimum
• Doors Open At 6pm
• No Refunds/Exchanges

 

LESLIE JORDAN is one of the most consistently recognizable faces in popular entertainment.

The Emmy Award winner in 2006 for WILL & GRACE, Leslie Jordan has also received rapturous reviews for his original stage plays (MY TRIP DOWN THE PINK CARPET, STORIES I CAN’T TELL MAMA, FRUIT FLY).

He enjoyed supporting presence in one of Hollywood’s most prestigious, message-minded films of the last decade (THE HELP), and was singled out with great notices for his off-Broadway debut in 2011 (THE LUCKY GUY). Jordan’s defining role as “Brother Boy” in the cult film classic SORDID LIVES evolved into a well-received prequel on the LOGO Channel.

As the celebrated author and star of his own HBO Special (Pink Carpet); Leslie Jordan remains consistently sought after as a Guest Star on every imaginable form of episodic, comedic television, incluging Raising Hope, Disney’s Shake It Up!, The Neighbors, and American Horror Story: Coven (alongside Hollywood heavyweights Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Sarah Paulson and Francis Conroy).

Leslie Jordan has conquered the international stage with sold out runs in Mexico, Canada and the U.K., and remains an in-demand mainstay as a stage/tv/film performer, voice-over artist, fund raiser, spokesperson, out artist, equal rights activist and all around Southern Baptist celebutante.