Nov 27, 2021
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Advance Sales No Longer Available
$30 at the door
Recommended for adults ages 21 years and older.
A Night of Belly Laughs!
Join Treetops for one of the funniest nights this holiday season! Dwayne Gill is our featured comedian with show opener, Nate Armbruster!
A Marine, A Cop and A Comic! Dwayne Gill is a triple threat! Feeling his career as a police officer was way too serious for someone considered funny since birth; Dwayne found an outlet for his humor when he first stepped onto a comedy stage at the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase in 1993. After only two performances, he joined the ranks of professional comedians with his first paid booking at Gadzooks Comedy Club. A native of Detroit Michigan and a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc, Dwayne is taking the comedy world by storm.
Dwayne’s topics range from current events, men and women relationships to the crazy situations he’s encountered as a police officer.
As an actor, Dwayne has appeared in the ABC crime drama Detroit 1-8-7, and the movie “Crave”. He recently shot a pilot for a new sitcom starring him called “Joe vs Joe.”
Dwayne has shared the stage with Louis Anderson, Tim Allen and has opened for the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin. Dwayne Gill is one of the fastest rising comedians on the national scene today.
The show is located in the Convention Center and available to a select 80 guests. While the Event ticket does not include Food or Beverage the show will have a cash bar with local wines, craft beer and a selection of light food options available for purchase before the show begins.
Our comedy nights always sell out early! Remember to reserve early for your family and friends. We promise this will be a night of belly laughs for all!
The Treetops Comedy Show is best enjoyed with a stay at Treetops! Overnight packages start at $76 per person, based on double occupancy, and includes your comedy event ticket. You can customize your stay by adding additional nights, spa services, and more.
Comedy is an art form and is treated as such. The show is never gross, graphic, crass or vulgar and no reliance on profanity for "shock factor." Life is too funny in and of itself. That's why each show is it's own endeavor the common factor that each audience is treated uniquely with one common element. A time of non-stop laughter.