- Saturday Night Live
- Just for Laughs Festival
Special Presentation Performance - No Passes/Coupons/Groupons Accepted
You must check in at least 15 minutes prior to showtime or your tickets may be sold, (only in case of a complete sellout). If your group is 4 or more please arrive 30min prior to showtime or your group may be broken up to seats available.
If your ticket is sold you will receive a full ticket credit to use for any other performance. If your ticket is not sold there are no refunds. There is a 2 menu item minimum purchase per person in the showroom.
Service fees and tax to be applied in cart. Groups of 6 or more are subject to a 20% automatic gratuity charge. Performer may change without notice.
Tickets are non-refundable after purchase.
Chris Redd is an actor, writer, stand-up comic, and rapper. Redd is a cast member on NBC’s Saturday Night Live and currently stars in the NBC comedy, KENAN, opposite Kenan Thompson. Redd currently stars in the Peacock series BUST DOWN opposite Sam Jay, Jak Knight and Langston Kerman, and has an hour long special in the works for HBO Max.
In 2018, Redd received the Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for the “SNL” song “Come Back, Barack.” He appeared in the 2016 film “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping” opposite Andy Samberg, and also starred in the Netflix original comedy series, “Disjointed” opposite Kathy Bates. In 2017, Redd debuted his own half-hour episode of “Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents” and in 2019 released his debut stand-up album “But Here We Are.” Redd was featured as a roaster on the Comedy Central Roast of Alec Baldwin in 2019.
Redd can be seen in the comedy films “Deep Murder,” “The House,” and “A Futile and Stupid Gesture.” On TV, Redd starred in the cult-classic series “Wet Hot American Summer” and was featured in NBC’s “Will & Grace,” Netflix’s “Love,” Comedy Central’s “Detroiters” and “Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents.” Additionally, Redd was featured as a 2016 Standup New Face at Just For Laughs in Montreal. Redd was previously a performer at Chicago’s Second City.