July 23 - July 24

Jason Stuart

Jason Stuart

After years of steady work in film and television, and over 150 credits on his IMDB page, actor and comedian Jason Stuart has achieved a pinnacle of success many actors only dream of. “For the last few years, people have started to approach me and say, ‘You’re that guy,’” he explains with his characteristic gravelly laugh. Indeed, with guest-starring and supporting credits in everything from the Billy Bob Thornton starrer "Goliath" to Judd Apatow’s “Love” to “Sleepy Hollow” to “Tangerine” and “The Birth of a Nation,” Stuart has now established himself as one of those all-too-familiar faces who might just pop up anywhere, in any kind of role.

07/23/2021 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:30 PM

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When you think of one of the most prolific character actors, who’s also an outrageous openly gay stand-up comedian, one name comes to mind…. Jason Stuart. After years of steady work in film and television, and over 150 credits on his IMDB page.


Tickets are $25 and are sold by the table for two or four guests. Guests must arrive at the gate wearing masks and will be temperature checked. Each table is properly socially distanced and you may remove your masks to eat and drink only. Our staff is vaccinated, masked, and follow strict safety precautions. Stay safe!


We feature a full bar and restaurant with a delicious menu of sharable plates. There is a two-item minimum for all guests.


Shows start on time.

After years of steady work in film and television, and over 150 credits on his IMDB page, actor and comedian Jason Stuart has achieved a pinnacle of success many actors only dream of. “For the last few years, people have started to approach me and say, ‘You’re that guy,’” he explains with his characteristic gravelly laugh. Indeed, with guest-starring and supporting credits in everything from the Billy Bob Thornton starrer "Goliath" to Judd Apatow’s “Love” to “Sleepy Hollow” to “Tangerine” and “The Birth of a Nation,” Stuart has now established himself as one of those all-too-familiar faces who might just pop up anywhere, in any kind of role.