Venue
Ordway Concert Hall
Duration
90 minutes

September 19, 2021

No upcoming performances

Maz Jobrani: Things Are Looking Bright Tour

The Ordway welcomes comedian, actor, best-selling author, producer, and podcaster Maz Jobrani for a comedy show that will be a part of Jobrani’s national Things are Looking Bright tour. This will be the Ordway’s first in-person performance back at the venue since its stages went dark during the pandemic.

COVID-19 vaccinations or negative test results as well as masks will be required to attend this performance.

We require all guests to present proof of either full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours prior to attending an event. All guests and staff will be required to wear masks inside the venue, except while eating or drinking. More information on health and safety policies can be found with our Reopening Plans.

About Maz Jobrani

Maz Jobrani hosts his own podcast, Back to School With Maz Jobrani on the All Things Comedy Network. His new standup comedy special Pandemic Warrior is now available for streaming on PeacockTV. As an actor, he was most recently seen playing the loveable “Fawz” on the CBS comedy Superior Donuts. He has made many appearances on television’s most popular shows, including Grey's Anatomy, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Better Off Ted, Last Man Standing, and Shameless. He has also been a regular guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Maz starred as the title character in the award-winning indie comedy Jimmy Vestvood: Amerikan Hero, a feature which he co-wrote and co-produced. He has co-starred in many additional films, including Sydney Pollack’s The Interpreter, Disney's Descendants, and Ice Cube's Friday After Next. Maz’s other standup comedy specials include Immigrant, which was filmed at the prestigious Kennedy Center and is a Netflix original, as well as three additional solo specials on Showtime: Brown and Friendly, I Come in Peace, and I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One on TV.

In the spring of 2016, he performed at the White House, where he had the privilege of introducing Michelle Obama. As a UC Berkeley alum, Maz gave the keynote speech to the graduating class of 2017. Maz served as the host for the 45th International Emmy’s in New York. He was a founding member of The Axis of Evil comedy tour, which aired on Comedy Central. He is a regular panelist on NPR’s Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, and has given two TED Talks. His LA Times Best Selling Book, I'm Not a Terrorist But I've Played One on TV, was published by Simon & Schuster. Maz executive produced Everything Must Change, a documentary about his sister’s battle with breast cancer, which is currently available on iTunes.