Thursday, June 7-Sunday, June 10, various times, Punch Line, $30-$53
Craig Robinson is so much more than just a doorman. The Chicago-born comedian got his big break on arguably the most popular sitcom of the 2000s, The Office. As warehouse foreman Darryl Philbin, he was the comedic juxtaposition to Steve Carell’s bumbling Michael Scott character. He’s had memorable roles alongside Seth Rogen in films like Pineapple Express, This Is the End and Knocked Up (as the sensitive doorman). His more serious projects include a James Brown biopic and a father to an aspiring teenage rapper in Morris from America. But this weekend, it’s only jokes. Robinson brings his standup to Sacramento through Sunday. 2100 Arden Way, punchlinesac.com.