March 17 - 20
Craig Robinson
Main Room / Special Event
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At the request of the artist, patrons for these shows must present either proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID test result (no more than 72 hours old) to be admitted to the venue. "Proof of full vaccination" can be a completed vaccination card or a readable photo of that card saved to your phone.

About the Show


Price: $35-$40 GA, $45-$55 reserved

When: Thursday through Sunday, 7:00 and 9:30 each night

Spotlight: Craig started out as a Chicago public school teacher. Now he's teaching the world how to enjoy life. He's famous for his movie and television roles, including star turns in "Dolemite Is My Name," "The Office," "This is the End" and "Hot Tub Time Machine." And he also puts on one hell of a live show, mixing stand-up and music to produce an endless supply of good times.

Featuring: TBA


About the Comics

Craig Robinson

Beginning as a stand-up comedian, Craig Robinson first made his mark in the comedy circuit at the 1998 Montreal "Just For Laughs" Festival. Now headlining venues and festivals across the country, he does both solo shows as well as full-band sets with his band, The Nasty Delicious.

Before deciding to pursue his comedy career full time, Robinson was a K-8 teacher in the Chicago Public School System. He earned his undergraduate degree from Illinois State University and his Masters of Education from St. Xavier University. It was while Craig was studying education in Chicago that he also discovered his love of acting and comedy when he joined the famed Second City Theatre.

Craig is best known for his portrayal of Daryl Philban in NBC's "The Office" but has also starred in such movies as "Dolemite Is My Name," "Knocked Up," "This Is The End," the "Hot Tub Time Machine" series, "Morris From America," "Tragedy Girls," "Dolemite Is My Name" with Eddie Murphy, "Timmy Failure," and "Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon" with Kate Hudson. Craig also starred in his very own sitcom, "Mr. Robinson" on NBC, as well as "Ghosted" on FOX.