"Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth" Broadway Show Tickets & Dates

UPDATE: Cancellations

Unfortunately for Mike Tyson fans in a few cities, the former boxing champion and now burgeoning stage talent has had to cancel a few of the dates of his Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth national tour.

Currently in the middle of a hugely extensive national swing of the Broadway hit, Tyson announced that the shows on March 23 in Louisville, March 24 in Cincinnati and March 25 in Kansas City have been removed from the schedule with no plans to reschedule at this moment.

Fans have been instructed to obtain refunds via their point of purchase. As for those fans still looking for tickets in towns and cities that the tour is visiting, check out the best deals for Mike Tyson tickets across the secondary market right here at SeatGeek.

UPDATE

Boxing champ and newfound thespian (of sorts), Mike Tyson has announced specifics regarding his “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth” national tour. Check out the production’s full itinerary below – and don’t forget to keep scrolling for our list of discount ticket links!

Mike Tyson Undisputed Truth Tour Dates 2013

Date City State/Region Venue
2/15/2013 Chicago IL Palace Theatre
2/16/2013 Chicago IL Palace Theatre
2/19/2013  Grand Prairie  TX Verizon Theatre
2/20/2013  Houston TX Bayou Music Center
2/23/2013  Phoenix AZ Comerica Theatre
2/28/2013  San Francisco CA Orpheum Theatre
3/1/2013  San Francisco CA Orpheum Theatre
3/2/2013  San Francisco CA Orpheum Theatre
3/5/2013 San Diego CA Balboa Theatre
3/6/2013  Anaheim CA Grove at Anaheim
3/8/2013 Los Angeles  CA Pantages Theatre
3/9/2013 Los Angeles  CA Pantages Theatre
3/10/2013 Los Angeles  CA Pantages Theatre
3/13/2013  Portland OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
3/14/2013  Seattle  WA Paramount Theater
3/16/2013  Richmond BC River Rock Casino Resort
3/19/2013 Newark NJ New Jersey Performing Arts Center
3/20/2013  Niagara Falls  ON Fallsview Casino Resort
3/21/2013  Niagara Falls  ON Fallsview Casino Resort
3/23/2013 Louisville KY Louisville Palace
3/24/2013  Cincinati OH U.S. Bank Arena
4/4/2013 Kansas City  MO Midland Theater
4/5/2013 St. Louis MO Peabody Opera House
4/6/2013 Detroit MI Fox Theatre
4/16/2013 Miami FL Arsht Center
4/17/2013 Clearwater FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
4/19/2013  Biloxi MS Hard Rock Casino
4/20/2013 Atlanta  GA Fox Theatre
4/21/2013  Charlotte NC Ovens Auditorium
4/23/2013 Durham NC Durham Perforing Arts Center
4/26/2013 Washington DC Warner Theatre
4/27/2013 Washington  DC Warner Theatre
4/28/2013 New York City NY  Beacon Theatre
5/1/2013  Wilkes-Barre PA Kirby Center
5/2/2013  Philadelphia  PA Academy of Music
5/4/2013 Boston MA Wang Center for the Performing Arts
5/5/2013 Westbury NY NYCB Theatre at Westbury

UPDATE

An undisputed success is what this show is! Mike Tyson, the one man stage performer (and former world champion boxer) is taking his one man Broadway show “Undisputed Truth” on the road in 2013. Touring across the nation in February, March and April, the show will visit cities coast to coast after kicking off on February 12 in Indianapolis at the Murat Theatre. Cities along the trek include Chicago, Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Newark, Detroit, Atlanta and Washington DC to name just a few.

Tickets for the tour are on sale now and the best deals on all Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth tickets can be found right here at SeatGeek.

Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth 2013 Tour Dates & Tickets

PREVIOUS NEWS

“Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth”

July 31st – August 12th

UPDATE: Due to especially high demand for Mike Tyson’s upcoming Broadway show, Mike Tyson and producers have decided to extend the play through August 12th – six more nights than planned.

Mike Tyson’s Life from Ring to Stage

Date
Event
Tuesday 8:00 PM New York, NY tickets from $105
Wednesday 8:00 PM New York, NY tickets from $104
Thursday 8:00 PM New York, NY tickets from $130
Friday 8:00 PM New York, NY tickets from $105
Saturday 8:00 PM New York, NY tickets from $94
Sunday 7:00 PM New York, NY tickets from $105

James L. Nederlander, a renowned Broadway producer in the business since 1984, announced that Mike Tyson will be performing at the Longacre Theater in New York City. The show, titled “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth”, is more of a one-man performance, and will be directed by Spike Lee. This represents the first time that both Mike Tyson and Spike Lee will be on a Broadway stage.

The production will run over twelve nights, from July 31st to August 12th. The show offers a rare glimpse into the life and mind of former heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson. His boxing accolades are extraordinary, but he may be best known for his controversial behavior both inside and outside the ring.

Tyson first debuted the show last spring at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Review commented that Tyson’s performance was very “compelling” and a “triumph”. The LV Review also found the show to be very comical, writing that he broke out “in a tuneless sing-along to ‘Another One Bites the Dust,’” at one point in the performance.

Mike Tyson Singing “In the Air Tonight”

Mike Tyson from Ring to Stage

Mike Tyson began his professional boxing career at the age of 18. Tyson won his first professional match by means of knockout (KO), and went on to win the next 25 of 28 contests by KO or TKO (technical knockout). Tyson had a rare combination of intimidating strength, extraordinary hand speed, and unrivaled defensive abilities that led to his storied success in the ring. In November of 1986, he won his first title to become the World Boxing Council (WBC) Heavy Weight Champion. Mike Tyson went on to win several other boxing titles, but his personal life often overshadowed his professional career. In 1992 Tyson was convicted of rape and sentenced to six years in jail. The heavyweight boxer made a short comeback in 1995. Yet once again, his life came spiraling down when he bit off part of Evander Holyfield’s ear in the WBC title match, costing Tyson his heavyweight boxing crown.

Tyson fought several other highly promoted matches thereafter. Nonetheless, his personal woes followed him for many years. Tyson sought divorce from his second wife in 2002, filed for bankruptcy in 2003, and lost his 4-year-old daughter in 2009 due to an accident involving a treadmill.

At last Tyson seems to have turned his life around. He told Ellen DeGeneres on her hit show that he is now sober and a vegan; On the View, Tyson stated, “I’m totally destitute and broke. But I have an awesome life, I have an awesome wife who cares about me. I’m totally broke. I had a lot of fun. It (losing his money) just happened. I’m very grateful. I don’t deserve to have the wife that I have; I don’t deserve the kids that I have, but I do, and I’m very grateful.” He’s had several cameos on television such as roles in The Hangover and an Animal Planet mini series. However, Tyson has been criticized of late for his outspoken nature.

Tyson, who has bipolar disease, has truly lived a turbulent life of highs and lows, happiness and despair. His biggest flaws are what also make him most interesting and human. The unpredictability of his actions run like a movie, and is one that can only be understood by hearing it in person. On July 31st, Mike Tyson owns the stage, as he once championed the ring, and it should be interesting to say the least.

Mike Tyson Highlights

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