PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University’s Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum will bring Wayne Brady to highlight Mom’s Weekend 2003 activities. Tickets for performer’s April 12 show go on sale Monday, Nov. 4.

The tickets for the show are reserved at $25 or $28. They can be purchased at the Beasley Coliseum ticket office, the Cougar Depot in Pullman or online at ticketswest.com.

Brady is best known for his performances on the ABC hit “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” He is a member of the improv comedy troupe, Houseful of Honkeys, which appears regularly at Acme Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles. Brady also tours the country performing in some of the top comedy clubs. He had his own television show in 2001 titled “The Wayne Brady Show.”

Brady’s performance is part of the annual Mom’s Weekend at WSU. The weekend includes more than 100 events over three days ranging from concerts, athletic events and exhibits. The weekend is a chance to celebrate Cougar moms and acknowledge their contribution the university, said Annette Willams, Mom’s Weekend Committee adviser.

For more information regarding tickets, call (509) 335-1514. For questions regarding 2003 WSU Mom’s Weekend, contact Williams at (509) 335-6849.