The comic veteran's résumé including everything from writing Sanford and Son to starring in Chappelle's Show (he played the future-telling Negrodamus). Mooney launched his career in the '70s, when he worked with Richard Pryor and wrote for Saturday Night Live when it was still good. In 1987's Hollywood Shuffle, a scathing look at black moviemakers, he played an NAACP president. These days, he claims to still fire off the N-word a hundred times a day. "It keeps my teeth white," he says.
March 24-25, 8 & 10:15 p.m.; Sun., March 26, 7 p.m.