Special Event

The Ultimate Robin Williams Tribute Show!

Roger Kabler is a true renaissance man. Along with being one of the finest comedy impressionists in the country, he is a talented actor and portrait artist.

He served as the Zima spokesman in national television commercials. He was a regular on the last Carol Burnett series in 1991. Roger also starred in his own NBC sit-com “Rhythm and Blues”.

He wrote, produced and starred in the award winning movie “Who the Hell is Bobby Roos?”, and has recently played to sold out Las Vegas showrooms.. Variety magazine calls him “an astounding impressionist”.

10/28/2018 7:30 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

Other Showtimes

Roger Kabler is a true renaissance man. Along with being one of the finest comedy impressionists in the country, he is a talented actor and portrait artist. His performance at Robin Williams is amazing, performing a mix of Robin material and his own in Robin Williams fashion.

He served as the Zima spokesman in national television commercials. He was a regular on the last Carol Burnett series in 1991. Roger also starred in his own NBC sit-com “Rhythm and Blues”. He wrote, produced and starred in the award winning movie “Who the Hell is Bobby Roos?”, and has recently played to sold out Las Vegas showrooms.. Variety magazine calls him “an astounding impressionist”.

Doors open at 6 for week day shows! Friday & Saturday doors open at 5pm for happy hour at the bar and table seating begins at 6pm. Late show doors open at 8:00 pm in the bar and the theater opens at 9:15. We have a full kitchen menu open for all shows!

Roger Kabler is a true renaissance man. Along with being one of the finest comedy impressionists in the country, he is a talented actor and portrait artist.

He served as the Zima spokesman in national television commercials. He was a regular on the last Carol Burnett series in 1991. Roger also starred in his own NBC sit-com “Rhythm and Blues”.

He wrote, produced and starred in the award winning movie “Who the Hell is Bobby Roos?”, and has recently played to sold out Las Vegas showrooms.. Variety magazine calls him “an astounding impressionist”.