J.J.’s devotion to his art has indeed been rewarding. He has worked with comedy giants such as Chris Tucker, D.L. Hughley, Rickey Smiley and Bruce Bruce. He has electrified stages across the country with Cedric “The Entertainer” during summer tours and also graced the stages and entertained thousands at numerous popular venues such as the Los Angeles Improv, Miami Improv, the Chicago House of Blues, Caroline’s of New York, the Comedy Store of Los Angeles, the Universal Amphitheater of Los Angeles and the Palace Theaters in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio.
J.J. has performed via the television circuit on “Showtime at the Apollo” and BET’s “Comic View.” In 2000, he earned his status among the comedy elite by winning the Bay Area Comedy Competition in Oakland, California. He also starred in the comedy series “Cedric The Entertainer Presents: The Platinum Comedy Series — Starting Line-Up,” produced by Urban Works Entertainment. Most recently, J.J. appeared on the Comedy Central show “Russell Simmons presents Stand-Up at the El Ray.”
J.J. has proven to show his versatility and stage presence which enabled him the opportunity to debut on the big screen as Cousin Bowdie in the blockbuster film, “Johnson Family Vacation.” He co-starred in the film with such actors as Cedric “The Entertainer,” Vanessa Williams, Steve Harvey, Bow Wow and a host of other acting greats.
They have 1 show Thursday at 8PM, and 2 shows Friday and Saturday. The first show starts at 7:30PM followed by a 10:00PM show. He also has one final show Sunday at 7:30PM.