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Dec 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.

In 1977, 15-year old Bob Zany made his show business and national television debut on the same day. He told his very first joke on The Gong Show, and was quickly ushered off stage by a man dressed like a nun. He has since appeared on over a thousand national T.V. shows, from The Tonight Show to a seventeen-year stint appearing on and co-hosting The Jerry Lewis Telethon. Currently, he can be seen on Showtime in Billy Cardell’s Road Dogs.  His numerous film credits include Joe Dirt with David Spade, Stephen Soderberg’s The Informant, playing Matt Damon’s attorney. Currently starring with Eric Roberts in 23 Minutes to Sunrise. He also has a documentary about his 35-plus year career, Close, But No Cigar. Having performed in all so states & D.C., plus 9 countries from England to Israel, and headlining shows from Las Vegas to Atlantic City, he’ll bring years of experience and the FUNNY. No stranger to radio, he has appeared on the Bob & Tom Show with his Zany Report, plus numerous other radio stations across the country.

James P. Connolly is a stand-up comedian and radio/TV host known for his playful, confident style and unique sense of humor. He attended Harvard University on a Marine Corps ROTC Scholarship. While serving in Desert Storm, he was ordered to write jokes for a Colonel and found his calling. Arriving in Hollywood, he began to perform at LA’s major comedy venues and soon popped up on television, commercials, and in small films. James has appeared on Comedy Central, HBO, VH1, Comics Unleashed, hosted “Live From Here” for National Lampoon XM Radio, is a frequent guest on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show and recently recorded a “Blue Collar Radio Comedy Concert” for SiriusXM, as one of their most requested acts. James has made multiple trips overseas to entertain the troops and produces an annual Veterans Day Comedy Show benefiting the Semper Fi Fund. He is currently the host of Vet on the Street for We Are The Mighty TV.

Geoff Lott is a “thinking person’s comic” as much as a “drinking person’s comic.” Born and raised near Seattle, WA, his act has a cloudy forecast with a chance of sunshine. Take a public education, mix in a decade of corporate monkeyshines, just enough psychotherapy, some religion, and boom… Geoff Lott. With broadly appealing material, Geoff is a refreshingly smart performer. With an emotional spectrum from empathy to enragement, he works clean, he works mature, he works for anybody with a sense of humor.  With an act that is less offensive than your average newscast, Lott delivers comedy from above the belt. He’s right… for the wrong reasons. Geoff’s a comedian with a 6th sense for humor, drawing upon sarcasm, satire, and irony. His comedy is like the finest chocolate: Dark, bittersweet, and available next to the gummi worms. What he lacks in energy and manufactured rage, he makes up for with tightly-worded material, and actual anger. His main targets are Hubris and Selfishness. If you’re not sure what “hubris” means and refuse to look it up, stop reading now. Geoff Lott loves you, but he can be a bit of snob.