The Night Time Show with Stephen Kramer Glickman, Shawn Wayans & more!
Two item minimum purchase required.
Want preferred seating? Make an dinner reservation and dine in our restaurant. Must arrive no later than 1 hour prior to show start time. Dinner satisfies the 2-item minimum.
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Shawn Wayans was born into one of Hollywood's largest and most successful comedic families so he was naturally gifted with the ability to make people laugh. Before breaking out as a television and film actor Wayans first made his mark as the resident DJ on "In Living Color" (1990-94) the Fox sketch comedy series created by his older brother Keenen Ivory Wayans. He carved his own acting career with a starring role opposite younger brother Marlon Wayans in "The Wayans Bros." (The WB 1995-99) a sitcom that followed two loudmouth and girl-crazy siblings who live with their eccentric father. Wayans achieved notable success in feature films by portraying hilarious and offbeat characters in the "Scary Movie" (2000) franchise and in the genre spoof "Dance Flick" (2009) where the actor delivered some of the most off-the-wall and amusing performances ever seen on screen.
Stephen Kramer Glickman is best known for his role as Gustavo Rocque on the Nickelodeon hit series BIG TIME RUSH and recently starred alongside Jennifer Aniston and Andy Samberg in the Warner Brothers Animated Film STORKS. Glickman hosts the critically acclaimed live late night talk show THE NIGHT TIME SHOW which La Weekly called "a monthly extravaganza" and the Interrobang said "the likes of which you haven’t seen since Andy Kaufman made the late night circuit". Glickman has been seen on Broadway in New York City, created a series on Comedy Central, Guest starred as Adams Divine's boyfriend Trevor on WORKAHOLICS and was a judge on CUPCAKE WARS on Food Network. @stephenglickman on all social media.