August 19 - August 25

Reno Collier

Reno Collier

with Larry XL

A former P.E. teacher, West Virginia native Reno Collier has endeared himself to a wide range of audiences from college students to church softball teams. With a contagious laugh and friendly, almost intoxicating demeanor, Reno’s observations often find him recalling mishaps of his West Virginia cousins, his Scottish heritage, unruly in-laws and alien abductions.

Reno’s journey began at the Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta, GA where he tended bar to supplement his day job. One night he found himself on stage during the weekly open mic night. His unique outlook on life – mixed with a six-pack – was instantly popular and provided a platform to launch a career as a comedian.

Reno has built a reputation by selling out comedy clubs and colleges nationwide. In 2004 he joined Larry The Cable Guy on the hugely successful “2004 Tour of America.” Reno’s other national tours look more like a comedian’s wish-list than a resume, including theater and arena tours with the legendary Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Ron White. In January 2007, he re-joined Larry the Cable Guy for his wildly successful arena tour spanning the United States and Canada.

Reno’s past TV credits include NBC’s “Late Friday,” “The Martin Short Show,” “Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation”, which aired on TBS, Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and “The Roast of Larry the Cable Guy.” Reno also made an appearance in the feature film “Witless Protection.”

In 2005 and 2006, Reno headlined the “Comics on Duty” tour for American troops stationed in Iraq. He is a regular fixture on the Bob & Tom syndicated radio show and Country Music Television (CMT), hosting various specials for the network. He has performed at the prestigious HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, CO and the Montreal Comedy Festival, and in 2005, taped his own “Comedy Central Presents” half-hour special. He can currently be heard during his weekly call-ins to the Blue Collar Comedy Channel on Sirius Satellite Radio and was the host of NBC’s 2009 summer family reality show “Great American Road Trip.”

Larry XL

If there's a club, hall, bar or basement that need jokes, Larry XL is ready to rock the house. Larry XL's smart and sometimes wacky style has made him a favorite with audiences from Florida to Canada. He's been a finalist in comedy competitions in his native Baltimore and neighboring cities like Washington, DC and Philadelphia. Soon after he started performing at area clubs, Larry XL recorded a concert CD with the DC Standup All-Stars, 2004's DC Standup vs. Earth and later his own live CD, 2005's The City That Bleeds. He then hit the road performing in some of the nation's best comedy clubs (and anywhere else with electricity) opening for the likes of Bobby Slayton, Jim Florentine and Charlie Murphy. He has also been heard on XM Satellite Radio and Baltimore's 98 Rock.

08/24/2019 8:00 PM

Door Time: 7:00 PM

Other Showtimes

Reno has built a reputation by selling out comedy clubs and colleges nationwide. In 2004 he joined Larry The Cable Guy on the hugely successful “2004 Tour of America.” Reno’s other national tours look more like a comedian’s wish-list than a resume, including theater and arena tours with the legendary Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Ron White. In January 2007, he re-joined Larry the Cable Guy for his wildly successful arena tour spanning the United States and Canada.

Shows are approximately 1hour and 30 minutes long.

  • Attire is Beach Casual.
  • 8:00 PM shows are 18+ (15 and up with guardian)
  • Doors open 1hour prior to showtime. Come enjoy a great dinner before the show.
  • Seats only guaranteed until showtime.
  • Ticket price is more expensive at the door (if any remain).
  • Preferred seating is in the front four (4) rows directly in front of the stage.
  • General Admission is first come, first serve based on when your ticket was purchased.
  • There are no refunds on any ticket purchases unless you purchased ticket protection.
  • Two (2) item minimum in showroom. This means each person must purchase two (2) items off the menu. This can be an alcoholic, or non-alcoholic drink, and/or any of our food items.

A former P.E. teacher, West Virginia native Reno Collier has endeared himself to a wide range of audiences from college students to church softball teams. With a contagious laugh and friendly, almost intoxicating demeanor, Reno’s observations often find him recalling mishaps of his West Virginia cousins, his Scottish heritage, unruly in-laws and alien abductions.

Reno’s journey began at the Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta, GA where he tended bar to supplement his day job. One night he found himself on stage during the weekly open mic night. His unique outlook on life – mixed with a six-pack – was instantly popular and provided a platform to launch a career as a comedian.

Reno has built a reputation by selling out comedy clubs and colleges nationwide. In 2004 he joined Larry The Cable Guy on the hugely successful “2004 Tour of America.” Reno’s other national tours look more like a comedian’s wish-list than a resume, including theater and arena tours with the legendary Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Ron White. In January 2007, he re-joined Larry the Cable Guy for his wildly successful arena tour spanning the United States and Canada.

Reno’s past TV credits include NBC’s “Late Friday,” “The Martin Short Show,” “Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation”, which aired on TBS, Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and “The Roast of Larry the Cable Guy.” Reno also made an appearance in the feature film “Witless Protection.”

In 2005 and 2006, Reno headlined the “Comics on Duty” tour for American troops stationed in Iraq. He is a regular fixture on the Bob & Tom syndicated radio show and Country Music Television (CMT), hosting various specials for the network. He has performed at the prestigious HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, CO and the Montreal Comedy Festival, and in 2005, taped his own “Comedy Central Presents” half-hour special. He can currently be heard during his weekly call-ins to the Blue Collar Comedy Channel on Sirius Satellite Radio and was the host of NBC’s 2009 summer family reality show “Great American Road Trip.”

Larry XL