Upcoming Special Events

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    May 2 - May 3

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    May 10, 10:00PM


Ice House 53rd Anniversary Show and Benefit Extravaganza ( Special Event )

Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
  • Maz Jobrani

    Maz Jobrani

  • Ron Pearson

    Ron Pearson

  • Jason Stuart

    Jason Stuart

  • Dave Cox

    Dave Cox

  • Stephanie Hodge

    Stephanie Hodge

  • Jimmy Burns

    Jimmy Burns

  • Fritz Coleman

    Fritz Coleman

  • Eric Schwartz

    Eric Schwartz

  • Quinn Dahle

    Quinn Dahle

  • Ticket Price: $20.00 - $50.00
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Showroom: Main Room
  • 18 & over
    Two drink minimum per person
  • Door Time: 06:00 PM

Description: The Ice House’s most anticipated show of the year returns when it celebrates it 53rd anniversary with a spectacular All-Star comedy show on Sunday, October 6 at 7 p.m.  Featuring Ice House favorites MAZJOBRANI (Comedy Central, Showtime, NPR), RON PEARSON (Chelsea Lately, Comedy Central), (ERIC SCHWARTZ (The Tonight Show, Comic View, Attack of the Show), FRITZ COLEMAN, STEPHANIE HODGE (Unhappily Ever After), DAVE COX (Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno), QUINN DAHLE (Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Comedy Central, Showtime), JASON STUART (Mind of Mencia, Showtime, My Wife and Kids) and magician DAVE COX. Hosted by JIMMY BURNS.  All profits from the show will benefit Hillsides, a non-profit group home in Pasadena.

Ticket prices are:
$25 GENERAL ADMISSION - seating is determined upon arrival (first come, first served)
***$35 - PREFERRED SEATS - seating in the center of the showroom
***$50 - FIRST CLASS SEATS - seating in the first two rows of the showroom and pre-show access to the VIP room for complementary appetizers and champagne

*** Preferred and First Class ticketholders will receive a copy of the Ice House 50th Anniversary DVD, plus a Return Visit Voucher, which is good for two admissions, free nachos and free VIP upgrade for a future show!

Maz Jobrani: Maz Jobrani is a founding member of The Axis of Evil Comedy Tour, which aired on Comedy Central in 2007. He has had two Showtime comedy specials, “I Come In Peace” and “Brown and Friendly,” and performs stand-up comedy around the world, including the Middle East where he performed in front of the King of Jordan. Maz starred in the films “Friday After Next,” “13 Going on 30,” and “The Interpreter.”  On TV he was a regular on ABC's “Knights of Prosperity” and FOX's “Life on a Stick.” He also recurred on ABC's “Better Off Ted.” Maz has guest starred on “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “24,” “ER,” “NYPD Blue,” “Traffic Light,” “Man Up,” “Men at Work,” and most recently “Whitney.” He has performed his standup on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” and “Lopez Tonight.” He has been featured on NPR, CNN, The BBC and in print in The New York Times, Time Magazine, and Newsweek. Maz is a regular panelist on NPRs “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me.” He also co-hosts a popular podcast about fatherhood called "Minivan Men," and currently is gearing up to shoot “JIMMY VESTVOOD: AMERIKAN HERO,” a feature which he co-wrote and is starring in.

Ron Pearson: Ron Pearson is a comedian, an actor and a world record juggler that The Hollywood Reporter called “a comic ball of fire.” The Los Angeles Times wrote, “I laughed so hard my jaws ached.” Ron has taken multitasking to a whole new level, from starring for several years on Malcolm & Eddie, to guest starring on The Drew Carey Show, Two Guys and a Girl, The George Lopez Show, Boston Legal, Chelsea Lately, recurring on That 70s Show and The Apostles of Comedy. As a comedian Ron has made numerous late night appearances from The Late Late Show, to The Dennis Miller Show, and even Comedy Central. He also found time to do years of hosting television shows on The Family Channel and The Discovery Channel. Not bad for a kid who started his career as a child street performer. Ron has developed his brand of humor into a performance that captivates the tops of the Fortune 500 companies and garnered him a nomination for Comedian of the Year. It’s a good thing he knows how to juggle, not only does he have all these talents, he has to keep his family of four afloat in Los Angeles. He has been married to his wife, Tanya, for eight years, which is almost a showbiz record. He also has two children, Reagan and Tex who actually need more attention than Ron does.