Over the course of a 12-year run and 2,000-plus shows, Rudner has sold more than a million tickets and has become the longest-running solo show in the history of Las Vegas.
Rudner originally performed in the Harrah’s Showroom for four years from 2006 through 2010, and will be returning to a place that she can truly call “home.”
Prepare to laugh the night away with Rudner as her deceptively soft-spoken delivery shatters the stereotype of brassy, tough comedienne with poise and sophistication. Her carefully-structured and impeccably-timed material is unique.
In a city of cabarets and production shows, Rudner is one of the few female headliners who has achieved success by keeping her clothes on. An accomplished actress, best-selling author and comedian, Rudner's witty commentary on men and relationships has earned her national acclaim and awards.
A frequent guest on both “Late Night with David Letterman” and “The Tonight Show” in the early ‘90s, Rudner also appeared often on HBO. Her first HBO special, “Rita Rudner’s One Night Stand,” was nominated for several awards, as was her English BBC television show which later appeared on A&E. Her two one-hour specials for HBO, “Born To Be Mild” and “Married Without Children,” were ratings standouts and she performed all over the country, filling Carnegie Hall in New York three times and the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles twice.