UMD Community - $10
General Admission - $25
Homecoming Comedy Show
October 16, 2022
Doors Open 4PM | Event Starts 5PM • Doors Close 5:30PM
Doors Open 8PM | Event Starts 9PM • Doors Close 9:30PM
About this Event
Homecoming Comedy Show is back and better than ever! Saturday Night Live actor and comedian Colin Jost will be headlining SEE's annual Homecoming Comedy Show TWICE on Sunday, October 16th at 5PM and 9PM in Ritchie Coliseum. Tickets are required for entry; UMD community tickets are $10, and general admission tickets are $25. Tickets are available for purchase starting September 23rd at umdtickets.com. Thank you to Capstone On-Campus Management for sponsoring this event!
Colin Jost serves as a head writer at Saturday Night Live, televisions longest running and most successful sketch and comedy show now in it’s 47th season. Jost originally joined the show as a writer in 2005 and became a co-head writer in 2012. Jost has co-anchored “Weekend Update” alongside fellow cast member Michael Che since 2014.
Jost has won five Writers Guild Awards, two Peabody Awards and has been nominated for 13 Emmy Awards for his writing on “SNL.”Jost and Che have hosted special editions of “Weekend Update” on MSNBC during the 2016 Republican and Democratic national conventions as well as the primetime “Weekend Update Summer Edition” in 2017. In 2018, they co-hosted the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards.
In 2015, Jost wrote “Staten Island Summer,” a coming of age comedy that was released by Paramount Pictures and produced by Lorne Michaels. In 2016, he had a supporting role in the Warner Bros flm, “How to Be Single.” Jost can be seen in the Paramount Pictures film, “Coming 2 America,” which was released March 2021. Jost also stars in the Warner Bros. live-action animation film “Tom and Jerry”, which was released February 2021.
As a writer, Jost has been published multiple times in The New Yorker and has contributed to the New York Times Magazine, the Huffngton Post amongst others.
Jost debuted his memoir, A Very Punchable Face in the summer of 2020. The memoir, A New York Times bestseller, is a series of essays which documents pivotal moments in Jost’s life including growing up in Staten Island in a family of firefighters, commuting three hours a day to high school, attending Harvard while Facebook was created and more. For every accomplishment and absurd moment, there is an honest, emotional one. Told with a healthy dose of self-deprecation, A Very Punchable Face was published by Random House on July 14th, 2020.
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