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Ellen DeGeneres at Martin Woldson Theatre

Why see Ellen DeGeneres?

The Last stand...up tour

She's back! Comedian, presenter, and undoubted national treasure Ellen DeGeneres is returning to her roots, with a series of stand-up shows this summer on the aptly titled Ellen's Last Stand... Up Tour, expect to hear Ellen's side of the story alongside some classic Degerenres observations!

Ellen made her breakthrough as a comic in the 1980s, before going on to star in her own ABC sitcom. Ellen, which ran for five seasons, made history when its star announced 'I'm gay!' during the iconic Puppy Episode. Since then, Ellen has hosted the Oscars, created a daytime TV staple with The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and continued to be an outspoken proponent of LGBTQ rights. 

Ellen's been keeping busy since bidding farewell to her talk show. She's traded the Hollywood spotlight for the peaceful serenity of her garden, where she's been nurturing her green thumb and collecting pet chickens.

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Finished Jun 24


Customer reviews

11 reviews, average rating: (3.9 Stars)


Hardcore Fans Loved It

The sold out crowd laughed and clapped every time she breathed, moved, or spoke. It was a love fest. But was it funny? Not so much and definitely not hold your sides you’re killing me funny. And yet she was charming, vulnerable, likeable. The last 10 minutes were definitely the best. If you are an ellen fan, then GO, enjoy her, support her. What she does is HARD and she’s been thru hell and deserves the love. The world is a better place because of Ellen. ... Read more


Viewed on TV

I didn’t pay or travel to see her, but With all of the negativity going on in this time, I found her performance, fun and uplifting. ... Read more

Whitney Powell & Penny Coy

First time in Seattle, First time seeing Ellen

We made our first trip to Seattle from Caney, KS (right on the Oklahoma/Kansas state line) just for the show and we had so much fun!! The only disappointment was that the show had to come to an end! We were completely prepared for the security, etc. as we received very detailed emails prior to the show. It was actually funny watching everyone pre-show having to talk face-to-face! I am in a wheelchair and the staff was very accommodating and helpful. My wheelchair somehow got wedged in our rental car, and the kind gentleman working in the parking garage helped us (thank you, again!!!) The venue is beautiful; located right in the heart of Seattle. We had third row seats, but it appeared that every seat in the place would provide a good view. Although Ellen had a 15 year hiatus, she picked right up where she left off. We felt fortunate to be a part of her come-back tour and hope that she continues to do more! Thanks for a great time, Seattle and hopefully the smoke clears soon! ... Read more


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