Christopher Titus has done seven comedy specials. Never happy with doing what's been done before, Titus makes sure every show has a specific theme, while simultaneously taking the audience on a wild ride of laughter. He is currently touring with his newest and eighth show, "AMERICA… REALLY?," in which he is half-assed running for President in 2017.
After rave reviews of “Norman Rockwell is Bleeding,” Titus followed it up 2 years later with his rant on 9-11 and the world coming apart in “The 5th Annual End of the World Tour.” This 90-minute piece once again shows how Christopher is a comic who either suffers from A.D.D., or is an angry white trash maniac.
After his second show, all hell broke loose in Titus’ life. A bad divorce and an amazing new relationship brought his third 90-minute show to life. “Love is Evol" goes through the ups and downs of love and divorce in a way that no comic has before. If you’ve ever been in love and had your heart ripped out, this show will heal you... and steel you for the future.
Never holding back, Christopher Titus was able to do three ninety-minute shows in only five years. Most comics would take a break and recharge, but instead, Titus dropped “NEVERLUTION” in 2011. Neverlution takes on the entire country and its complacency with everything from terrorism and politics, to child-rearing and technology. Titus again shows he is up to more than just stand-up comedy.
Between 2004 and 2011, Titus released six hours of comedy. Now what? “VOICE IN MY HEAD” is what. Titus turns his rage and hilarity inward, and kicks his own ass with this special about every mistake he has made in his life, including getting his TV show cancelled. The disc ends with an epic 28-minute piece about meeting Bruce Springsteen and what an idiot Titus continued to be in front of “The Boss.”
Only one year later, Titus released “Angry Pursuit Of Happiness.” One of his best specials, Titus takes the audience on a ride through life. From the bit, “Arm the Children,” to His Dad’s ED problem, to one of his most epic pieces, “Here’s How Life Goes,” you will laugh your ass off while reconsidering your own life choices.
In “BORN WITH A DEFECT,” Titus tackles one of his toughest subjects to date-- kids. In an hour and forty minutes, Titus deconstructs the love of children and proves that they really don’t care about us at all. He also gives parenting advice and tells stories that would make a child therapist get a restraining order. As he says in the show, “If you are a parent this show is therapy, if you don’t have kids it’s 90 minutes of birth control.” If you are counting, that’s seven specials in only 12 years.
Titus has done the work, paid his dues and has the history to show that he is one of the best comics working today. Not happy to just write bit after unrelated bit, Titus always brings a cohesive, complete show. Titus’ comedy is part rant, part confession, part therapy, but ALWAYS funny. His reputation is one of a hard, funny comic who takes no prisoners and gives the audience everything he has, in every show he does. He has tackled the world, relationships, families, the human race and most of all, himself.