Damon Wayans: Just Sayin’ Tour

Damon Wayans: Just Sayin’ Tour


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About Damon Wayans: Just Sayin’ Tour

What we are doing to keep everyone safe:
We are only selling entire tables instead of individual tickets
2 options
Two Person Table
Four Person Table
Our Seating is Now Done by the Date and Time of the Ticket Purchase/Reservation. You will be Assigned Tables by Purchase Date.
If You Wish to Sit with Another Party. You Must Call the Box Office in Advance. All ticket prices reflect the price for either a 2 top table or a 4-top table. Ticket prices include ALL taxes and fees.

We will be taking everyone’s temperature upon arrival and we do not allow entry if your temperature is 100 degrees or higher.
Masks are required to be always worn by all customers. Customer may remove their masks to eat and drink once they reach their designated seat. Please cooperate with our new procedures. We’re learning as we go too.
Our staff will be always wearing masks and will meet temperature requirements before entering.

About Damon Wayans:
Damon has starred in "Bamboozled," a film written and directed by Spike Lee. He has also has starring roles in "Major Payne," "Blankman," "Bulletproof," and "Mo Money," which he also wrote and executive produced. Additional film credits include "The Great White Hype," "Celtic Pride," "The Last Boy Scout," "Earth Girls are Easy," "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka," "Colors," "Punchline," "Hollywood Shuffle," "Roxanne," and "Beverly Hills Cop."
For three seasons, Damon co-starred and wrote for the critically acclaimed Emmy award winning series "In Living Color," for which he also personally received two Emmy nominations.
Additional television credits include "My Wife and Kids", "Damon," a half hour sitcom for the Fox Network which he starred in and executive produced. Damon was also the creator and executive producer of "413 Hope Street," an hour long drama which aired on the Fox Network and was nominated for a People's Choice Award.
After beginning his career in 1982 touring the comedy club circuit, he landed a role as a featured performer on the famed NBC program "Saturday Night Live." He then went on to star in his own critically acclaimed HBO specials, "One Night Stand," "The Last Stand?" and "Still Standing."