Goodnights Presents: Orlando Jones

Orlando Jones is a renaissance man. His recent performances include "Madiba," and the Showtime series "The Good Lord Bird" based on James McBride's best selling novel. Jones has proven himself as a masterful storyteller with writing, producing and acting credits that stretch from his iconic 7UP character to the groundbreaking sitcoms. Jones was the only original cast member on Mad TV to write and perform on the series. Jones acting, marketing, social media content, as well as transformative media work on FOX’s supernatural series earned him and his company many accolades including the first Virtual Reality Emmy ever given by the Television Academy in 2015.

Dubbed the King of Fandom by MTV, Jones is the subject of dozens academic papers, with speaking engagements at USC’s Annenberg School of Communication, UCLA, Oxford, Princeton, MIT & the Fan Studies Network symposium with the father of fan studies Henry Jenkins. Jones even wrote the preface to the academic book "Seeing Fans" and helped SyFy celebrate their 25th anniversary by legally marrying fans at the San Diego Comic Con (yes, Jones is ordained). Orlando filmed his a sold-out Comedy Central special in South Africa, and hosted and produced content for the digital broadcast of the 88th Academy Awards. Jones remains an influential force within the fandom and entertainment universe.

10/09/2022 7:00 PM
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Orlando Jones is a renaissance man. His recent performances include "Madiba," and the Showtime series "The Good Lord Bird" based on James McBride's best selling novel. Jones has proven himself as a masterful storyteller with writing, producing and acting credits that stretch from his iconic 7UP character to the groundbreaking sitcoms. Jones was the only original cast member on Mad TV to write and perform on the series. Jones acting, marketing, social media content, as well as transformative media work on FOX’s supernatural series earned him and his company many accolades including the first Virtual Reality Emmy ever given by the Television Academy in 2015.

Dubbed the King of Fandom by MTV, Jones is the subject of dozens academic papers, with speaking engagements at USC’s Annenberg School of Communication, UCLA, Oxford, Princeton, MIT & the Fan Studies Network symposium with the father of fan studies Henry Jenkins. Jones even wrote the preface to the academic book "Seeing Fans" and helped SyFy celebrate their 25th anniversary by legally marrying fans at the San Diego Comic Con (yes, Jones is ordained). Orlando filmed his a sold-out Comedy Central special in South Africa, and hosted and produced content for the digital broadcast of the 88th Academy Awards. Jones remains an influential force within the fandom and entertainment universe.


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WE'VE MOVED!

While we build out our new permanent space in The Village District, this show will take place at our Pop-up club at 511 Woodburn Road. While operating in our temporary venue, we are offering light snacks only—similar to a movie theater. Don’t worry! We’re still offering bar service!


With ever-changing guidelines and mandates, please refer to the local government agencies for the most up-to-date information. Customers are expected to take necessary precautions to protect themselves and others.


Management reserves the right to prevent customers from entering the facility who they deem disruptive or dangerous to other patrons.


This show is 18+. Please note, there is a 2 item minimum per person in the showroom. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office prior to the show (they are generally available 1.5-2 hrs prior to showtime).



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Orlando Jones is a renaissance man. His recent performances include "Madiba," and the Showtime series "The Good Lord Bird" based on James McBride's best selling novel. Jones has proven himself as a masterful storyteller with writing, producing and acting credits that stretch from his iconic 7UP character to the groundbreaking sitcoms. Jones was the only original cast member on Mad TV to write and perform on the series. Jones acting, marketing, social media content, as well as transformative media work on FOX’s supernatural series earned him and his company many accolades including the first Virtual Reality Emmy ever given by the Television Academy in 2015.

Dubbed the King of Fandom by MTV, Jones is the subject of dozens academic papers, with speaking engagements at USC’s Annenberg School of Communication, UCLA, Oxford, Princeton, MIT & the Fan Studies Network symposium with the father of fan studies Henry Jenkins. Jones even wrote the preface to the academic book "Seeing Fans" and helped SyFy celebrate their 25th anniversary by legally marrying fans at the San Diego Comic Con (yes, Jones is ordained). Orlando filmed his a sold-out Comedy Central special in South Africa, and hosted and produced content for the digital broadcast of the 88th Academy Awards. Jones remains an influential force within the fandom and entertainment universe.