You've seen him on SNL, with Michelle Obama in the rap video "Go to College," now see him LIVE at VCC!
GREAT IF YOU ENJOY...SNL, Kevin Hart, Chris Rock, Key & Peele
CLICK HERE TO VIEW A VIDEO OF JAY PHAROAH
Fri, May 1st | 7pm & 9:30pm ($28 GA; $38 VIP*)
Sat, May 2nd | 7pm & 9:30pm ($28 GA; $38 VIP*)
Sun, May 3rd | 7pm & 9:30pm ($28 GA; $38 VIP*)
* Entitles bearer to priority seating.
To purchase tickets, select the date/time in upper right, then enter quantity & click "Add to Cart." No physical tickets will be mailed; simply bring your confirmation to the box office the night of the performance
ABOUT THE COMEDIAN
Jay Pharoah is an actor and stand-up comedian. With six seasons as a cast member of NBC's “Saturday Night Live,” Pharoah is best known for his wide array of uncanny celebrity impressions, including President Barack Obama, Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Stephen A. Smith, Kanye West and Chris Tucker, as well as his recurring character of school principal Daniel Frye.
Picked up to series by Showtime early this year, Pharoah stars in the new half-hour comedy White Famous, executive produced by Jamie Foxx and Tom Kapinos (Californication). Between headlining comedy clubs around the country and shooting his new series, Pharoah co-hosted the 2016 American Music Awards with supermodel Gigi Hadid in November.
In 2015, Pharoah and First Lady Michelle Obama teamed up at the White House to create a viral rap video, “Go to College,” promoting the value of higher education. Later that year, he debuted his first stand-up comedy special, “Jay Pharoah: Can I Be Me?”, on Showtime. His past feature film credits include Get a Job with Bryan Cranston and Miles Teller, Ride Along with Kevin Hart and Ice Cube and Top Five with Chris Rock, among others.
Pharoah developed his comedy skills at a young age, training in local comedy clubs. He went on to tour in the U.K., U.S. and Montreal. He has released a series of music videos through Above Average including "Bad Kisser," a parody on Usher's "Good Kisser," and "Problems." Pharoah's previous Kanye West parody, "I Am a Dog," became an instant viral video reaching over a million views within the first week.
*** IMPORTANT TICKETING & POLICY INFO ***
TICKETS: Vermont Comedy Club works with a will-call system, meaning we do not print physical tickets. To gain entry, simply check in at the box office the night of the show with your ticket confirmation (printout or phone) or a valid ID.
LATE ENTRY: Entering the room mid-show is distracting. Please be respectful and arrive on time! If you arrive at a show more than 30 minutes after the scheduled showtime, you WILL NOT be admitted and will not be issued a refund. (Unless otherwise indicated, doors open 30 minutes before showtime.)
AUDIENCE ETIQUETTE: We want EVERYONE to have a good time. We encourage you to laugh a lot and interact with performers when invited to do so. During the show, please DO NOT chat with friends or shout unsolicited things at the performers. Disruptive patrons WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE and will not receive a refund.
REFUNDS: If you are unable to attend a show due to illness, weather, or other unforeseen circumstances, we unfortunately do not provide refunds. (If you are unable to make it to a show and wish to gift your ticket to another person, we ask that you contact the Box Office in advance to let them know). If you are dissatisfied after seeing a show, we do not provide ticket refunds. The only instance VCC offers refunds is if the venue or performer has to cancel or reschedule a show — under those circumstances, you WILL be given the option to receive a refund (you may also be given the choice to receive a credit or transfer your tickets to a new date, if you so prefer).