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Nov 17th & 18th at 9:30 PM

Located in the Chinook Winds Showroom!

Tickets on sale now! 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 9pm, no-host bar available.

All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.
ID required for will call pick up. If these tickets are a gift, please call (541) 996-5700 and arrange for will call ticket release.

Howie Miller is one of the funniest corporate and club comedians in North America. He is a First Nation Descendant of the Cree Nation and was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. His quick wit and unique point of view on multi ethnic stereotypes is enjoyed by all audiences, regardless of age, race, or sex; and has garnered numerous television appearances and placed him in great demand on the corporate comedy circuit. Howie’s hilarious routine, mixed with stellar impressions has the audience laughing from start to finish.

Howie was recently featured on American television in the Showtime special “No Reservations Needed” and has made numerous appearances on Canadian television, including the CBC comedy specials, “Winnipeg Comedy Festival: Welcome to Turtle Island 1 & 2”, CBC’s “Alberta Comedy Spectacular” and in his own half-hour comedy special “Comedy Now Presents Howie Miller.” He can also be heard on CBC’s popular radio show “The Debaters.”

In 2010 Howie joined the “Pow Wow Comedy Jam” and since then they have received acclaim all over the US, earning “Entertainer of the Year” honors in 2011 by the National Indian Gaming Association and “Comedic Performance of the Year” at the National Indigenous Awards in New Mexico in 2012.

Howie is an accomplished comedic actor and writer and has been nominated for a Gemini Award, a Canadian Comedy Award and a Canadian Screen Award for his writing and acting in the sketch comedy show “Caution: May Contain Nuts.”

Howie’s side-splitting stand-up comedy routine, quick wit and unique ability to read the crowd make him perfect for any function. He leaves the audience rolling on the floor laughing and begging for more!

Jim Ruel, Bay Mills Ojibwe, is a comedian/filmmaker/writer/actor from Wisconsin. He has been performing at comedy clubs, colleges, and tribal casinos for over 20 years. In 2004, he was a finalist in NBC’s Diversity Talent Search which led to his first television appearance on ‘The World Stands Up’ which was taped in London, England. He was featured on ‘Goin Native: the American Indian Comedy Slam’ on Showtime, as well as appearances on the BBC, Comedy Central, First Nations Experience, and PBS. He has written, performed, and produced a number of digital shorts that have appeared on Youtube, Buzzfeed, Funny or Die, and Channel101. He served as lead production coordinator for  the Southern California Indian Center’s Intertribal Entertainment Program where he has produced multiple corporate videos and the feature film “Four Quarters”. He was co-host of the “Hollywood NDNz” podcast. He currently runs Frybread Productions, a Native video production company. He resides in Los Angeles with his girlfriend and daughter.

Bahiyyih Mudd, a Nationally Touring Native American Comedian from Yakima, Washington, specializes in clever and original material told in classic stand up comedy style. She brings quick wit, sarcasm and a dash of spite to every stage. With her relatable humor, she makes an undeniable connection with every audience. She is a captivating storyteller with honest and hilarious confessions of just trying to get by.  She has stories of life, love, motherhood and mostly being wrong most the time. She was a founding member of the Angry Moms of Comedy, has played with the nationally touring  Pow Wow Comedy Jam, and headlined the NW Women’s Comedy Festival in Eugene, Oregon.