October 01 - October 03

Special Event: Bryan Callen

Special Event: Bryan Callen

Bryan Callen is often recognized from his numerous film and television roles. Currently, he can be seen as Captain Frank Dashell, the leader of the Undead Task Force, whose job it is to rid the valley of Los Angeles of zombies, werewolves, and vampires in the MTV comedy series, “Death Valley.” He can also be seen in a stand-out performance in Lions Gate’s Warrior with Tom Hardy, which is playing in theaters nationwide. He played Samir, the Middle Eastern strip club owner/ gun runner in The Hangover Part II, and in The Hangover, he played Eddie, the Middle Eastern owner of a wedding chapel. He has a one-hour special titled “Bryan Callen: Man Class,” which premiered on Showtime in 2012.


Born in the Phillipines, Callen spent the first fourteen years of his life overseas in countries like India, Pakistan, Greece and Lebanon, before moving to the US. He went to high school in Massachusetts and earned his BA in History at American University in Washington DC.


Callen began doing standup in New York in 1993. In 1995, he moved to Los Angeles where he made his television debut as one of the eight original cast members on “MADtv” and he appeared on the show for two seasons until 1997. His most popular characters included Pool Boy from Cabana, Chat with Dixie Wetsworth, and motivational speaker Al Casdy. Callen also performed impersonations of Bill Clinton, Robert De Niro, Luke Perry, Steven Seagal, Jim Carrey, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Frank Gifford.


After leaving “MADtv", he went on to play numerous roles on the small screen. He had a brief fling with Carrie Bradshaw on HBO’s “Sex and the City” where he played an overzealous lover who turns sex into a hydraulic experience, which she refers to as ‘jackrabbit sex’. He also appeared as Kirstie Alley’s wisecracking assistant on Showtime’s comedy series, “Fat Actress". In addition, he has snagged roles on “Californication,” “Oz,” “Entourage,” “7th Heaven,” “King of Queens,” “Stacked,” “Las Vegas,” “West Wing,” “News Radio,” “Significant Others,” “CSI,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “NYPD Blue,” “Suddenly Susan,” and “Frasier.” He can currently be seen as a recurring character on USA’s “In Plain Sight,” as well as CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother.”


On the big screen, Callen has been seen in numerous other movies including Old School, Scary Movie 4, Bad Santa, and The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard, for producer Will Ferrell.


Between television appearances and making movies, Callen headlines clubs and colleges throughout the US and internationally. His numerous standup television appearances include Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and CBS’s “The Late Show with David Letterman". Callen is quickly becoming a recognizable face and his resume as an actor and standup comedian continues to swell.


Ticket information for all shows at this time:


For shows only offering tables, each table comes with the corresponding number of tickets: 2 person table = 2 tickets | 3 person table = 3 tickets | 4 person table = 4 tickets

10/01/2020 8:00 PM
Other Showtimes

Special EventsKnown For: ABC's "The Goldbergs" & "The Fighter & The Kid"

Bryan Callen is an actor, comedian, and podcaster often recognized from his numerous film and TV roles. A seasoned headliner, Callen is a comedian who pulls no punches, commanding the stage with a rush of masculine enthusiasm and confidence. His third one-hour special, "Complicated Apes," debuted Spring '19.

Career Highlights: Roles in ABC's "Schooled," "The Hangover," "The Hangover Part 2," "Entourage," "Sex & and City;" original cast member of "MADtv" and his one-hour specials, "Never Grow Up" and "Man Class."


COVID-19 Show Info

Due to capacity restrictions and recommendations by local authorities and in the interest of social distancing, we will be selling tables rather than individual tickets to our events. At this time, customers will not be sharing tables with anyone other than their party. Tables are maxed out at 4 people per table. In the event more than four people are attending a show together as a group, you will be separated into multiple tables and these tables will maintain 6-foot social distancing rules.

Each table comes with the corresponding number of tickets:
2 top = 2 tickets | 3 top = 3 tickets | 4 top = 4 tickets


Notes

  • Customers are expected to take necessary precautions to protect themselves and others. Per the CDC and local governments, we request all customers enter the facility wearing a face covering or mask. When customers are seated, they are permitted to remove such covering.
  • Employees and Customers will have their temperatures taken upon entrance to the facility. Customers and Employees with a temperature of 100 degrees or greater will not be permitted on the premises.
  • Customers will be able to pay with credit/debit cards at their tables, cash will not be accepted at this time.


Management reserves the right to prevent customers from entering the facility who they deem disruptive or dangerous to other patrons. In the event you are asked to leave the premises, your money will be refunded.

If you have questions regarding your safety and the steps we're taking to approach COVID-19, please review our updated FAQ page below:


This show is 18+. Please note, there is a 2 item per person minimum in the showroom. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office 45 minutes prior to the show.

Bryan Callen is often recognized from his numerous film and television roles. Currently, he can be seen as Captain Frank Dashell, the leader of the Undead Task Force, whose job it is to rid the valley of Los Angeles of zombies, werewolves, and vampires in the MTV comedy series, “Death Valley.” He can also be seen in a stand-out performance in Lions Gate’s Warrior with Tom Hardy, which is playing in theaters nationwide. He played Samir, the Middle Eastern strip club owner/ gun runner in The Hangover Part II, and in The Hangover, he played Eddie, the Middle Eastern owner of a wedding chapel. He has a one-hour special titled “Bryan Callen: Man Class,” which premiered on Showtime in 2012.


Born in the Phillipines, Callen spent the first fourteen years of his life overseas in countries like India, Pakistan, Greece and Lebanon, before moving to the US. He went to high school in Massachusetts and earned his BA in History at American University in Washington DC.


Callen began doing standup in New York in 1993. In 1995, he moved to Los Angeles where he made his television debut as one of the eight original cast members on “MADtv” and he appeared on the show for two seasons until 1997. His most popular characters included Pool Boy from Cabana, Chat with Dixie Wetsworth, and motivational speaker Al Casdy. Callen also performed impersonations of Bill Clinton, Robert De Niro, Luke Perry, Steven Seagal, Jim Carrey, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Frank Gifford.


After leaving “MADtv", he went on to play numerous roles on the small screen. He had a brief fling with Carrie Bradshaw on HBO’s “Sex and the City” where he played an overzealous lover who turns sex into a hydraulic experience, which she refers to as ‘jackrabbit sex’. He also appeared as Kirstie Alley’s wisecracking assistant on Showtime’s comedy series, “Fat Actress". In addition, he has snagged roles on “Californication,” “Oz,” “Entourage,” “7th Heaven,” “King of Queens,” “Stacked,” “Las Vegas,” “West Wing,” “News Radio,” “Significant Others,” “CSI,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “NYPD Blue,” “Suddenly Susan,” and “Frasier.” He can currently be seen as a recurring character on USA’s “In Plain Sight,” as well as CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother.”


On the big screen, Callen has been seen in numerous other movies including Old School, Scary Movie 4, Bad Santa, and The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard, for producer Will Ferrell.


Between television appearances and making movies, Callen headlines clubs and colleges throughout the US and internationally. His numerous standup television appearances include Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and CBS’s “The Late Show with David Letterman". Callen is quickly becoming a recognizable face and his resume as an actor and standup comedian continues to swell.