Amy Schumer didn't come to Dallas in 2018 despite two tour dates. The pregnant comedian is now expected to appear in Dallas on March 2, 2019.

Amy Schumer didn't come to Dallas in 2018 despite two tour dates. The pregnant comedian is now expected to appear in Dallas on March 2, 2019.

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Amy Schumer has rescheduled her Dallas comedy show for March 2.

The mom-to-be was originally supposed to be at Dallas' Winspear Opera House on Nov. 15, but she canceled the show the same day and announced she was being hospitalized with hyperemesis gravidarum, or extreme morning sickness. She noted on Instagram that the baby was fine but that she felt "even more ill this trimester," her second trimester. (See Instagram post at the bottom of this story.)

Amy Schumer's Dallas show postponed after pregnant comedian hospitalized

"I'll be out there as soon as I'm better," she told fans on Instagram.

Schumer's due date isn't known, but entertainment websites are taking a guess that the baby is expected to be born in spring 2019. This new tour date suggests that Schumer will tour through Dallas before baby comes — though Schumer would probably point out, and be right, that it's actually none of our business. 

Schumer was expected to perform near D-FW, at WinStar World Casino, on July 28, 2018, but that show was canceled that month. She was last in the area in 2016, at Choctaw Casino Resort in Oklahoma. Before then, she performed here twice in 2015, and once in 2014 and 2013.

Ticketholders who planned on going to Schumer's comedy show in November 2018 can go to the March 2 show, but new tickets will be issued, according to a statement from the AT&T Performing Arts Center. 

No photos or video will be allowed during the show, the ATTPAC notes on its website. Ticketholders will be given an Yondr pouch that will be unlocked when the show ends. The no-phones policy has become a popular live-show requirement among comedians Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Ali Wong and Michael Che. Musician Jack White did it at a Dallas concert in 2018, and our music critic at the time noted it was scary to have his "lifeline to the outside world" cut off.

Tickets for Schumer's show are for on sale now for $32 to $128. The show starts at 8 p.m. March 2.

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