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Hey, if the king of “Everything Madea” wants to take some time off, we say shut up and let ‘em!

The man has worked hard, and in a letter to some of us ‘insiders,’ (Ok, those of us who went to the TP website) Tyler Perry explains why now has got to be the time for a little vacay…from the stage, that is

“I don’t know if you remember this or not, but around 2005 I took off from touring my Madea plays for about 5 years. During that time, I was working mostly on movies and TV shows. Well, as much as I love to be out on stage and doing a live Madea show, the time has come again for me to take a long break from the stage. I have some major projects that I’m working on that will require a lot of my time and effort. Just know that I did not want to stop this tour until I had hit as many cities as possible. So I’m going to finish out this Fall leg of the tour and then take a long break.”

OK Mr. Perry, we understand (sniff. sniff.) You gotta do whatchu gotta do.

“Madea Gets a Job” will start the last leg of the tour on September 20th and end just before Thanksgiving 2012.

He continues,

“It was also very important to me that the ticket price start at $25. If you have never seen me live, you have never seen me at all. I’m telling you, ask anyone who has and they will tell you. Come out and see me and bring your family. This show will have you rocking and rolling and laughing and crying and singing all the way back home. You’ll see!”

Ok. Ok. We believe you!!!

The tour dates for MADEA GETS A JOB are:

Columbus, GA

September 20th

Columbus Civic Center

Albany, GA

September 21st

Albany Civic Center

Greensboro, NC

September 22nd

Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Macon, GA

September 23rd

Macon Civic CentroPlex

New Orleans, LA

September 27th

NewOrleans Arena

Mobile, AL

September 28th – 29th

Mobile Civic Center

Little Rock, AR

September 30th

Verizon Arena

Greenville, SC

October 11th


Columbia, SC

October 12th – 13th

Colonial Life Arena

Fayetteville, NC

October 14th


Raleigh, NC

October 20th

PNC Arena

Augusta, GA

October 21st

James Brown Arena

Seattle, WA

October 25th

Key Arena

Las Vegas, NV

October 26th


Oakland, CA

October 27th – 28th

Oakland Coliseum

Charlotte, NC

November 1st

Time Warner Arena

Jacksonville, FL

November 3rd

Veteran’s Memorial Arena

Savannah, GA

November 4th

Savannah Civic Center

Orlando, FL

November 8th

Amway Arena

Miami, FL

November 9th – 10th

American Airlines Arena

Tampa, FL

November 11th


Cleveland, OH

November 15th

Wolstein Arena

New York, NY

November 16th – 17th


Milwaukee, WI

November 18th

US Cellular Arena

via EURWeb

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