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Mar 31st & Apr 1st at 8 PM

Reserve your seats by phone at 1-888-MAIN ACT (1-888-624-6228), in person at Chinook Winds Box Office, or online.
Tickets: $15. Must be 21 or older to attend.  Doors open at 7pm, no-host bar available.

jake-johannsen_2017 A native of Iowa, Jake Johannsen spent three years at Iowa State University dabbling in veterinarian science and chemical engineering before moving to San Francisco and trying his hand at comedy. Jake made his comedy debut during an open mike night at San Francisco’s Cobbs Comedy Club. Four years later, in 1986, he won the 11th Annual San Francisco Stand-Up Comedian Competition. A self-confessed raconteur of weird stories, it’s no wonder that Jake is one of David Letterman’s favorite comics. With over thirty five Letterman appearances under his belt (not to mention a handful of Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Politically Incorrect gigs) Jake is no stranger to late night television. His late night appearances gave Jake the exposure he needed to land his very own HBO comedy special, This’ll Take About An Hour. Jake is also making his mark on the feature world. Jake appeared on the big screen next to Bruce Willis in the Alan Rudolph film Breakfast of Champions.  Jake’s bizarre take on life and his uniquely intelligent style have made him a regular at comedy clubs all over the country and a former host of Comedy Central’s Two Drink Minimum. Jake has had numerous television appearances as well as his own Comedy Central ½ hour special. His latest Comedy Special, entitled “I Love You”, is currently airing on Showtime.

dan-gabriel_2017Dan Gabriel got bit by the comedy bug early in life. He grew up immersed in the San Francisco comedy scene, where his mom took him to comedy shows when he was just in grade school. While other kids were trading Garbage Pail Kids, Dan was trying to make his friends listen to Steve Martin albums on his travel case record player. In college, he stepped up on stage for the first time and was instantly hooked. Ignoring his studies, Dan spent his nights at any open mic night or comedy event he could find. After graduation he began opening for his heroes like Dave Chappelle, Mitch Hedberg and George Lopez. Now considered a veteran jokesmith, Dan has appeared on CBS’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Showtime, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, CBS’s Star Search, and NBC’s Late Friday just to name a few. He was an award winning writer for Thugs on Film on BBC America and the Winner of the L.A. Take Out Comedy Competition. Dan also co-developed and hosted the hit first season of Asia Street Comedy, on AZN TV. Today you can hear his podcast, “The Best Medicine” on iTunes as well as his two critically acclaimed comedy albums, “Giant Robot” and “Baby For Sale.”

cory-michaelis_2017According to audiences, Cory Michaelis will shock you with some of the things he says but do it in a clean, clever, and charming way. He discusses his high school sweetheart and former wife, his new girlfriends, and his unique day job and co-workers in a way that he wouldn’t want any of them to hear. Cory is a regular in all of the clubs in the Pacific Northwest, Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at the MGM Grand Casino in Las Vegas, and headlines comedy clubs, casinos, and weird bars all over the country. He has been invited to the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, OR, the Limestone Comedy Festival in Bloomington, IN, and headlined the Idaho Laugh Fest in Boise. He didn’t win the 2013 World Series of Comedy (semi-finals), the 2012 Seattle International Comedy Competition (SICC), the Washington Comedy Festival (semi-finals), the 2014 Tacoma Comedy Contest (2nd), or the 2016 Laughing Devil Comedy Festival in New York City (finals) but he took another crack at the SICC and made the 2014 finals. And Louie Anderson (who he has opened for in Vegas multiple times) says “you’re funny, why do you always make fun of Roze?” – come see what Louie means!