After being booed off the stage and getting dismal reviews, Charlie Sheen is hoping to win over fans in Cleveland.

Tickets are still available for Sheen’s one man show “Violent Torpedo of Truth” in Cleveland. The controversial star, who was fired from “Two and a Half Men,” was booed off the stage at his first stop in Detroit. He rolled into town Monday night and viewer Reggie Bradshaw sent video of a Sheen spotting at a downtown hotel.

Sheen said he changed his act for his Sunday show in Chicago, where he got mixed reviews. No one received refunds.

Warner Bros. Television fired Sheen on March 7 following several run ins with the law, and a public assault on “Two and a Half Men” producer Chuck Lorre. Sheen fired back with a $100 million lawsuit and all-out media assault in which he informed the world about his standing as a “rock star from Mars” with “Adonis DNA.”

Sheen’s next show is Tuesday night at 8 p.m. at the State Theatre, located in Playhouse Square.

Tickets range from about $50-$100. One dollar from each ticket will be donated to the Japanese Earthquake relief fund.

According to Playhouse Square’s website, the show is for “mature audiences, 18 and over.”

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