Welcome to AlaskaComedy.com’s new and improved website. My name is Jerry Evans, and over the past 20 years I’ve had the opportunity to work with and meet some of the best, most respected comedians of our time. Take a look in our “Green Room” and you’ll see what I mean. Thanks for checking us out and please take a look around, and lemme know what you think. I’ll be updating frequently.
Show and Ticket info:
- All shows unless otherwise noted start at 8pm. Tickets for Thursdays thru Saturdays are $15 in advance, $18 day of show. Tickets available in advance at Gulliver’s Books on College Road and at the door (unless sold out).- Tickets for Kodiak Jacks also available in advance at the club. - Tickets and reserved seats for The Blue Loon shows available online at TheBlueLoon.com.
Jamie landed his big break when he was cast in Baz Luhrmann’s “Romeo & Juliet.” His career soon kicked into high gear as he co-starred in his breakthrough performance as Randy Meeks, the video store clerk well-versed in the conventions of scary movies, in Wes Craven’s ‘Scream’ and its follow-up “Scream 2.” He went on to star in “Bowfinger,” the Oscar-nominated “As Good As It Gets,” “The Three Kings”, and “Enemy of the State.”In 2002, Kennedy created his own sketch comedy show “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment.” JKX quickly became The WB’s highest-ranking new show JKX quickly became The WB’s highest-ranking new show. Among the wacky characters played by Kennedy, one became across the board an all-time favorite – Brad Gluckman the Malibu rapper. Taking it to the next level in 2003, “Malibu’s Most Wanted” was released starring Kennedy as the white “wanna-be rapper” from Malibu. Both projects were produced by Kennedy’s production company, Wannabe Producers. He also created and Executive Produced did his own comedy special, “Unwashed” in 2006 for Comedy Central where he didn’t shower for a whole month.In 2008 Jamie created and produced “Heckler,” a documentary that examines the means, methods, and motives of hecklers, comparing film critics to stand up comedy hecklers. Jamie provided his voice for “The Cleveland Show” on Fox and starred as psychology professor Eli James in the CBS drama “Ghost Whisperer,” where he learned ghosts can be divas on set as well. Jamie spent the spring of 2011 filming Tyler Perry’s latest, “Good Deeds,” Jamie is currently host of the hit CW show “Oh Sit,” an extreme version of musical chairs and is due to release “Lost and Found in Armenia,” later this year.Along the way he has also written his own book “Wannabe” and recorded his own record “Blowin’ Up.” Kennedy now runs his own production company appropriately titled, Jamie Kennedy Entertainment. Jamie doesn’t have any hobbies; he is too busy training for a “Thunder Down Under” audition.Saturday May 9th 7 & 10pm The Blue Loon