Jim Belushi & The Chicago Board of Comedy
33 West St.
Annapolis, MD, 21401
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Jim Belushi & The Board of Comedy
*Craft beer pitchers and domestic bottle bucket specials at every comedy show, PLUS every ticket buyer receives a free Fordham & Dominion brewery tour!
With more than thirty years of experience and an alumnus of “Saturday Night Live” and Chicago’s famed Second City, JIM BELUSHI is now bringing to the stage an improvised comedy sketch show featuring members of the Board of Comedy.
Belushi starred on the ABC hit comedy "According to Jim,” on which he also served as executive producer, music composer and director. After wrapping 182 episodes for its eighth and final season, the family favorite series also hit a milestone when it launched into off-net syndication in 2007. A favorite of film, television and stage audiences, Belushi is one of the great leading character actors equally at home in drama and comedy, and a gifted performer who can also hold a room as front man of a rhythm and blues band. Accompanying Belushi are Megan Grano, Larry Joe Campbell and Joshua Funk*, all of whom are classically trained professional improvisers who tour regularly nationwide.
"We are not stand-up comedians. Our show is not a passive, sit-back-and-watch experience. Most of the fun we have on stage comes from our inclusion of the audience – we get suggestions from them to begin each scene we perform, and in certain instances, bring them on-stage with us to add to our performance. It's less a ‘show’ and more a party. At least it feels like one to me. This group of actors brings me right back to how I started out in comedy – maybe that's why we have so much fun doing it." – Jim Belushi
Larry Noto has burst onto the comedy scene performing at some of the top comedy clubs in New York, Las Vegas, Baltimore, Washington DC and California and opening for such major headliners such as Brad Garrett, Brian Regan, Lewis Black, Richard Lewis and many others!
Not afraid to use his real life as fodder for his act, Larry Noto “deprecates himself within an inch of some early Woody Allen anxieties” (Michael Olesker, The Baltimore Sun) Whether it’s his encounters with airport security over a snow globe, similarities between weddings and funerals, or his obsession with Target, Noto delivers his material with an amazing amount of energy and charisma.