For the past 21 years, nationally & internationally known comedians have been entertaining the UF community & Findlay/Hancock County community. Comedy Jam has become a tradition you want to experience! If you miss it, you won't be laughing!
Saturday, January 29, 2022
Marathon Center for the Performing Arts
Pre-Show - UF Students, faculty and staff – 1st ticket free with valid UF I.D.
All community tickets are $30.00
*Night of show ALL tickets are $35.00 at the door.
**UF Student/Faculty/Staff 1st free ticket is only available with pre-order, not offered night of show
All tickets will be available through MCPA Box Office or on their website, located here
Featuring: Caroline Rhea, Josh Blue, and Greg Thompson-Southern!
Caroline Rhea Josh Blue Greg Thompson-Southern
Caroline Rhea is a stand-up comedian and actress. She is best known for her role as Hilda Spellman on the ABC hit series "Sabrina The Teenage Witch." She has been in numerous comedy specials on Comedy Central, HBO and Showtime. Caroline is currently starring in Disney Channel’s "Sydney to the Max." She hosts "Caroline and Friends," her hit game show for Game Show Network. She is a regular panelist on ABC's "Match Game with Alec Baldwin" and is often on other game shows such as "Hollywood Squares" and "Funny You Should Ask." Caroline was the host of the "Caroline Rhea Show" and has appeared as Linda Flynn Fletcher on "Phineas and Ferb" for over 10 seasons. She has guest starred on many hit series including "Two Broke Girls," "The Mark Maron Show," and "The Grinder." Caroline starred as Noleta Nethercott in the cult classic series "Sordid Lives" and reprised her role in the film "A Very Sordid Wedding," which ranked #1 on Amazon Films for a full month following its release. Most recently, she can be seen on the dias of Comedy Central’s "Roast of Alec Baldwin" and on Showtime's "Women Of A Certain Age." This marks Caroline's 30th year as a stand up comedian.
Josh Blue: Following his groundbreaking win on NBC’s "Last Comic Standing" in 2006, he has risen through the ranks to become a well-established headliner at venues throughout the world. In 2018, Josh crushed his set on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." In the same year, he was honored with a performance at the William H. Macy Gala at the prestigious "Just for Laughs" Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. He wrapped up 2018 by recording his fifth hour special at his home club, Comedy Works in Denver, CO. In 2021, Josh won the hearts of many new fans when they “met” him on "America’s Got Talent." Josh made it all the way to the finals where he took third place. Josh does over 200 shows a year, continuing to spread laughter and break down stereotypes of people with disabilities. His stand-up routine is in a constant state of evolution and his off-the-cuff improvisational skills guarantee that no two shows are alike. Critics have said Josh is not a cerebral palsy comic; he’s a comic who happens to have cerebral palsy. However, his closest friends describe him as “a d-bag.”
Greg Thompson is a North Carolina native. He grew up on a tobacco farm and started entertaining at the age of 14. Thompson went on to become a director, producer, and one of the most sought-after Masters of Ceremonies in the Eastern Carolina’s. Additonally he has appeared in movies: "Weeds," "Amateur Night," "Too Young The Hero," "Someone Has To Shoot The Picture" for HBO, and "Just About Famous."
Companies he has worked for include: Universal Studios Orlando, Walt Disney World, Commodore Cruise Lines, American Cruise Lines, and Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, along with thousands of appearances on stages across the U.S.A. In 2021 he was the subject in the ABC Variety Show “To Tell The Truth." Greg enjoys entertaining audiences as the southern humorist he is!