Houston Improv presents Mo Amer in "Legally Homeless: Trials of a Refugee"


Against the tense geopolitical backdrop of Middle East politics, American foreign policy and terrorist acts by religious fanatics, funny dude Mo Amer delivers a good laugh. Dubbed the Arab-American Bill Cosby, Houston native Mo Amer brings his critically acclaimed one-man show "Legally Homeless: Trials of a Refugee" to the Houston Improv.

Using humor, Amer discusses his immigration experience and his journey to U.S. citizenship. His work promotes art and understanding between the diverse cultures of the world, and his ethnic and family background uniquely situate him to speak from the heart about the absurd problems of religion, terror and modern politics through the lens of honest, endearing personal stories about his family and himself.

Amer has performed with legend Dave Chappelle throughout 2013, and he is gearing up to tape his one-hour comedy special later this year. He has toured in more than two dozen countries on five continents, including as the first Arab-American refugee comic to perform for U.S. and coalition troops overseas.



Improv Houston
7620 Katy Fwy.
Houston, TX 77024


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