General admission ticket holders will have the seating location selected by the club at time of arrival. Full menu and Full bar will be available for this performance. 2 Item minimum will apply per person.
VIP tickets are for preferred seating, within 5 rows of the stage. Bottle service and full menu available for entire show. 2 Item minimum will apply per person.
VIP Suites are located on the side wall with the raised platform. This is private table for up to 5 guests Maximum. Bottle service and full menu served during show with $200 minimum purchase during the event. A credit card will be required upon arrival to hold purchase of
Jim Breuer is an American comedian, radio host, writer, and actor who first found fame as a cast member of NBC's Saturday Night Live in the 1990s. He subsequently accrued a sizable film and television résumé, a collection of comedy albums, and many years on the road as a standup that have included comedy tours with a full heavy metal band.
Born and raised in Valley Stream, Long Island, New York, Breuer decided to pursue a career in standup by the time he was in high school. He toured the U.S. for several years on the club circuit before deciding to focus on the New York City comedy scene. Within a matter of months after settling there, he landed a role on the nationally syndicated Uptown Comedy Club TV series, which ran from 1992-1994. His big break arrived in 1995, when he was invited to join the cast of Saturday Night Live, where he remained for four seasons. Film roles followed, including one in the Dave Chappelle- and Neal Brennan-scripted comedy Half Baked from 1998, and 1999's Dick, which starred Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams.