Tickets are $10 MORE at the Door
FULL FOOD MENU LIMITED TO DINNER SEATING
CLUB Seating limited to drink and appetizer menu
***Two-item minimum purchase per person applies in showroom per seat***
- Dinner Seats : Provides priority reserved seating with access to our FULL FOOD MENU. We assign you the best available seats at the time of your purchase. Larger parties can request their own section.
- Club Seats: First-come, first-served basis seating after doors open. The APPETIZER MENU is available per club seat which is sat at a table of four.
FREE PARKING on the southside across from Blue Room, The Olson building on Saint Louis street has plenty of parking on busier nights
UNIVERSITY PLAZA provides a wondeful discount for all our guests with reservations made with the following link: bit.ly/BlueRoomComedy
Rooms are usually $129 a night and our customers receive a rate for $89 a night by making reservations with the link above.
Aida Rodriguez is a new Afro-Latina, taking the world of entertainment by storm with her wit, strong performances, and charismatic personality. Making history as the first Latina to appear in two specials airing in one month on both HBO and Showtime, Rodriguez was handpicked by director Taylor Hackford for his film "The Comedian" starring Robert De Niro. In 2017, Coca Cola Global Women's LINC Conference sponsored Rodriguez's speech that modeled a TED Talk. Rodriguez has also appeared on Comedy Central's The Nightly Show, five-time host of the PBS Imagen Awards, NBC's Last Comic Standing finals, TRUtv's Laff Tracks, Fox Laughs, Nickelodeon Mom's Night Out and Parental Discretion.
Aida Rodriguez wears many hats as comedian, actress, writer and mother. Sharing her point of view of the world, she writes comedy that is poignant and incisive. Her audiences often laugh hard, think hard, and feel hard as her comedy is cathartic and confrontational. Known as Funny Aida, Rodriguez aims to challenge the norms of today and the discomfort or taboo-quality around controversial topics like race, gender, sexuality, and family dynamics through her comedy. From the moment she takes the stage, the audience is engaged whether in laughter or in thought. Rodriguez's comedy is not only medicine for the soul, but it may one day just change the world.