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Legendary funnyman Patton Oswalt comes to the Steel City

Michael DiVittorio
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Comedian Patton Oswalt is set to perform Sunday at the Carnegie Library of Homestead’s Music Hall.

Actor, writer and comedian Patton Oswalt brings his stand-up act to the Carnegie Library of Homestead’s Music Hall on Sunday.

The performance is scheduled for 7 p.m. at 510 E. Tenth Ave. in Munhall.

Oswalt has headlined comedy clubs all across the country the past 23 years and performed specials on Comedy Central and HBO.

His Emmy and Grammy nominated special “Annihilation” can be seen on Netflix and available on iTunes.

In it, he talks about the best fight he’s ever seen, along with takes on robocalls, politics and the worst day of his life.

Oswalt has appeared various TV shows such and “Community,” “Reno 911,” “Two and a Half Men” and “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

He also had an outstanding scene in season five of “Parks and Recreation” in which he filibustered a proposed bill by pitching Star Wars Episode VII.

It’s epic; here’s an extended clip of it via YouTube.

Oswalt’s Sunday show in the Mon Valley is presented by Drusky Entertainment.

Tickets range from $55 to $65 and are available at librarymusichall.com.

More information about the artist is available at pattonoswalt.com.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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