If you still can't get enough of the madness that is "Tiger King", a live tour featuring four people from the show is hitting the road.

It's been well over a year since the Netflix "Tiger King" documentary hit the streaming service. It was such an entertaining show that it almost made us forget about COVID-19 for a bit, while at the same time make us all unite and despise Carole Baskin as much as we despised the virus. Joe Exotic and his crazy cast of characters from the documentary have become household names since the show aired. Now, some of those people from "Tiger King" are taking their stories on the road in a new live show called “Uncaged: The Untold Stories from the Cast of Tiger King.”

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“Uncaged: The Untold Stories from the Cast of Tiger King” features John Reinke, Joshua Dial, Saff, and Barbara Fisher share their stories about the crazy world that is "Tiger King". many of these stories are ones that we didn't see in the docuseries, so we're likely to learn a thing or two. According to the show's website, here's what you can expect from this live show:

The show features a 60 to 70-minute, moderated discussion that will include never before seen videos, photos, and no holds barred stories. Then the cast interacts directly with the audience by participating in a question and answer session for 20-30 minutes.


So far, they have announced 17 tour dates across North America. As of now, the closest this show will be to the Evansville area will be in Pikeville, Kentucky on November 21st. However, the show's website says that more dates will be added soon. Hopefully, we can get the live show a little closer to home because I know that I am not the only one who would love to hear these stories!

You can find out more about “Uncaged: The Untold Stories from the Cast of Tiger King” by visiting the show's website here.

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