October 08

Don McMillan

Don McMillan

Don was most recently featured in the Semi-Finals of America’s Got Talent! The Comedian/Engineer’s show features lots of graphs and charts earning rave reviews from America and ALL the judges – even Simon Cowell!

Don McMillan graduated from Stanford University with a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering. He then went to work at AT&T Bell Labs where he was part of the team that designed the world’s first 32-bit microprocessor. He then moved to Silicon Valley where he helped launch the start-up company, VLSI Technology. At VLSI, he designed over 20 integrated circuit chips was awarded 3 patents.

After 15 years in the High Tech World, Don quit his job to become a stand-up comedian. That year he was the Comedy Grand Champion on "Star Search". Don's been seen on "The Tonight Show", "HBO", and the "Comedy Central". These days, Don spends most of his time writing and performing customized corporate comedy shows for companies like Google, Apple, IBM, Ford Motors, Exxon/Mobil and Amazon. Don has performed more than 800 corporate shows in the last 20 years and he was named the #1 Corporate Comedian by the CBS Business Network. Currently, you can check out his 2 big internet hits “Life After Death by PowerPoint” and “Greatest Charts (Vol. 1)” at his website “technicallyfunny.com”.

10/08/2022 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

Other Showtimes

Two items minimum

19 & over

VIP Ticket is Limited to 150 per show and includes: 1. Seat within VIP Reserved Section at tables closest to the stage and post show meet & greet.

Don was most recently featured in the Semi-Finals of America’s Got Talent! The Comedian/Engineer’s show features lots of graphs and charts earning rave reviews from America and ALL the judges – even Simon Cowell! Don McMillan graduated from Stanford University with a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering. He then went to work at AT&T Bell Labs where he was part of the team that designed the world’s first 32-bit microprocessor. He then moved to Silicon Valley where he helped launch the start-up company, VLSI Technology. At VLSI, he designed over 20 integrated circuit chips was awarded 3 patents. After 15 years in the High Tech World, Don quit his job to become a stand-up comedian. That year he was the Comedy Grand Champion on "Star Search". Don's been seen on "The Tonight Show", "HBO", and the "Comedy Central". These days, Don spends most of his time writing and performing customized corporate comedy shows for companies like Google, Apple, IBM, Ford Motors, Exxon/Mobil and Amazon. Don has performed more than 800 corporate shows in the last 20 years and he was named the #1 Corporate Comedian by the CBS Business Network. Currently, you can check out his 2 big internet hits “Life After Death by PowerPoint” and “Greatest Charts (Vol. 1)” at his website “technicallyfunny.com”.

Don was most recently featured in the Semi-Finals of America’s Got Talent! The Comedian/Engineer’s show features lots of graphs and charts earning rave reviews from America and ALL the judges – even Simon Cowell!

Don McMillan graduated from Stanford University with a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering. He then went to work at AT&T Bell Labs where he was part of the team that designed the world’s first 32-bit microprocessor. He then moved to Silicon Valley where he helped launch the start-up company, VLSI Technology. At VLSI, he designed over 20 integrated circuit chips was awarded 3 patents.

After 15 years in the High Tech World, Don quit his job to become a stand-up comedian. That year he was the Comedy Grand Champion on "Star Search". Don's been seen on "The Tonight Show", "HBO", and the "Comedy Central". These days, Don spends most of his time writing and performing customized corporate comedy shows for companies like Google, Apple, IBM, Ford Motors, Exxon/Mobil and Amazon. Don has performed more than 800 corporate shows in the last 20 years and he was named the #1 Corporate Comedian by the CBS Business Network. Currently, you can check out his 2 big internet hits “Life After Death by PowerPoint” and “Greatest Charts (Vol. 1)” at his website “technicallyfunny.com”.