December 16 - December 19

Special Event: DeRay Davis

Special Event: DeRay Davis

DeRay can next be seen in his new hour special HOW TO ACT BLACK on Netflix. He will also appear in Russell Simmons’ ALL DEF COMEDY series debuting on HBO at the end of the year. DeRay just wrapped hosting duties for the second season of VH1’s HIP HOP SQUARES, executive produced by Ice Cube. Recently, he appeared on the big screen in ALL EYEZ ON ME and GROW HOUSE alongside Snoop Dogg and Lil Duval.

Previously, he starred in the third installment of the BARBERSHOP franchise THE NEXT CUT. Prior to that he was the host of the GSN series MIND OF A MAN as well as appearing in the VH1 TV movie DRUMLINE: A NEW BEAT. Other features he has appeared in are GI JOE: RETALIATION, 21 JUMP STREET, JUMPING THE BROOM, SEMI PRO, OLD DOGS, IMAGINE THAT, LICENSE TO WED, SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS, LIFE AS WE KNOW IT, THE CLEANER, SCARY MOVIE 4, THE FOG, BARBERSHOP 1 & 2, and JOHNSON FAMILY VACATION. DeRay has also been seen guest-starring on EMPIRE, ENTOURAGE, THE LEAGUE and recurring on THE BOONDOCKS. He has starred in many stand-up specials including DERAY DAVIS: POWERPLAY on Showtime, HBO’S DEF COMEDY JAM, BET’S COMICVIEW, and COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS as well as being a series regular on the hit MTV series WILD N OUT and performing the comedy skits on Kanye West’s LPs “Late Registration” and “The College Dropout”. DeRay performs around the country and hosts a famous weekly show at the Hollywood Improv entitled MO BETTER MONDAYS.

12/16/2021 7:15 PM
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Special EventsDeRay Davis is a multi-faceted comedic force who's conquered everything from the stage to the big screen. Davis first made a name for himself in the stand-up world, winning Comedy Central's Laugh Riots Competition and appearing in the Cedric the Entertainer Festival. Along the way he made the leap to the big screen with roles in the "Barbershop" trilogy, "Semi-Pro," and "21 Jump Street." Most recently Davis was tapped to host the reboot of "Hip Hop Squares" on VH1.


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This show is 18+. Please note, there is a 2 item per person minimum in the showroom. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office 45 minutes prior to the show.

DeRay can next be seen in his new hour special HOW TO ACT BLACK on Netflix. He will also appear in Russell Simmons’ ALL DEF COMEDY series debuting on HBO at the end of the year. DeRay just wrapped hosting duties for the second season of VH1’s HIP HOP SQUARES, executive produced by Ice Cube. Recently, he appeared on the big screen in ALL EYEZ ON ME and GROW HOUSE alongside Snoop Dogg and Lil Duval.

Previously, he starred in the third installment of the BARBERSHOP franchise THE NEXT CUT. Prior to that he was the host of the GSN series MIND OF A MAN as well as appearing in the VH1 TV movie DRUMLINE: A NEW BEAT. Other features he has appeared in are GI JOE: RETALIATION, 21 JUMP STREET, JUMPING THE BROOM, SEMI PRO, OLD DOGS, IMAGINE THAT, LICENSE TO WED, SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS, LIFE AS WE KNOW IT, THE CLEANER, SCARY MOVIE 4, THE FOG, BARBERSHOP 1 & 2, and JOHNSON FAMILY VACATION. DeRay has also been seen guest-starring on EMPIRE, ENTOURAGE, THE LEAGUE and recurring on THE BOONDOCKS. He has starred in many stand-up specials including DERAY DAVIS: POWERPLAY on Showtime, HBO’S DEF COMEDY JAM, BET’S COMICVIEW, and COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS as well as being a series regular on the hit MTV series WILD N OUT and performing the comedy skits on Kanye West’s LPs “Late Registration” and “The College Dropout”. DeRay performs around the country and hosts a famous weekly show at the Hollywood Improv entitled MO BETTER MONDAYS.