Three Nights Only
Known to those in the know as “The Full Charge,” Matt Fulchiron makes love to the mic with an elevated level of rhythm, vocabulary, and insight.
Matt has performed on the television shows “Comedy Central Presents,” “Live at Gotham,” “The Late Late Show” on CBS, “Last Comic Standing,” “Tosh.0,” “Last Call with Carson Daly,” and “Comics Unleashed.” He’s also appeared on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, and was the opening act on Daniel Tosh’s recent “Great Nor’Easter Tour.” There’s nothing you can do about it.
Come see Matt Fulchiron in his Funny Stop debut Thursday through Saturday.
Jake Soloman Crowned
As "Ohio's Best
On Tuesday night, September 16 a huge crowd had the opportunity to see the ten amateur comedians who survived
the preliminary qualifiers, quarter-finals, and semi-finals to reach "THE FINALS" of the latest edition of
the "Ohio's Best Amateur Comedian" Contest at the Funny Stop.
Scores of performers had taken the stage over the Spring and Summer of 2014 to open the Funny Stop's Tuesday night shows in an attempt just to qualify for the elimination rounds of the contest.
During "The Finals", each contestant performed 5 minutes of clean material and the panel of judges used their professional experience to score the performances as to rate the audience support and response for each amateur.
When the numbers were tallied, Jake Soloman had achieved the goal of all of the competitors, being crowned as "Ohio's Best Amateur Comedian".
Congratulations go out to Jake for earning the championship title.
Special recognition also goes out to the other 9 performers who advanced to the championship round.
In alphabetical order, they are:
Dan Fallone, Kali Fencil, Chris Harvey, Tony Madurai, Jerry Miller, Nancy Remlee, Spike Salazar, Drew Seachrist and Rob Telecky.
Keep an eye on the Funny Stop schedule for the club's next competition to see who is "Ohio's Best Amateur Comedian".
Thanks To All Of The Talented Performers Who Appeared At Our 20th Anniversary Celebration
Back Row (L-R) Mike Scanlon, Stan Piatt, Mike Wypasek, Pete Barak, Mike Veneman, Mayor Don Robart, Todd,
Charlie Wiener, Rodney Bengston, Marv Conner, Kirk Bogos, Mike Conley, and Bill Boronky.
Front Row (L-R) Stuart Warner, Dan Long, Tony Barak, Lucy Bebee, Lionel Hamilton, John Rathbone, Mike Gersh, and Tommy Chong.
Absent from picture: Kathy Dice and "The Real" John King.
Enjoy Our Various, Nightly
Food & Drink Specials
A Different Item From Our Foood & Drink Menu Is Offered At A Discounted Price Every Night!
Be sure to ask your server for the evening's food and drink specials.
March 30-April 1
Screech from TV's
Saved By The Bell
Not long after his 2014 appearance at the Funny Stop, Dustin Diamond got LOTS of publicity from TMZ and the national media. It wasn't for his acting or his comedic skills, but those with a knife, when defending his lady at a bar in Wisconsin.
Thankfully, those matters have been resolved and he is back to what he does best... entertaining audiences across the country with his comedy.
It is our pleasure to welcome Dustin Diamond back for a return appearance at the Funny Stop!
He played the bad guy on Celebrity Fit Club and has been hailed as the "Dark Prince of Comedy".
Dustin Diamond is a pop culture icon, and is best known for his role as Screech on Saved by the Bell. Dustin played Screech through all 10 seasons of the show, and to this day, Saved by the Bell is still seen in syndication 16 times per week in 105 countries.
For the past 18 years, Dustin has toured the world as a stand-up comedian. His act is suitable for the now grown-up fans of Saved by the Bell. It is adult-oriented, hilarious, and definitely not the same squeaky-clean, Saturday morning comedy that he spent 10 years doing as Screech. In his act, Dustin touches on life's most important topics - grandma porn, farts, and the secrets of the female sex.
In addition to stand-up comedy, Dustin has been involved in reality television, indie movies, and numerous other projects. Most recently, he played himself in Better Reach Screech, The Nerdist's parody of Breaking Bad. He appeared on the British reality series Big Brother, and was also seen on Oprah's Where Are They Now?, in which he touched upon topics such as his tell-all book Behind the Bell, and other previous media stunts.
Dustin's other interests include playing video games, following all things "nerdy" and playing the bass guitar.
For more on Dustin and to hear what he has to say, you can follow him on Twitter, @DustinDiamond.
For the past several years, Dustin Diamond has toured the country with a comedy stage show that continues to play to big audiences and receives critical acclaim from the press and the fans.
Make your reservations today to see Dustin Diamond at the Funny Stop by calling our Box Office at 330-923-4700.
In 2003, Dustin Diamond and his band, Salty the Pocketknife, released their first and only self-titled album.
First Funny Stop Appearance
March 30-April 1
Screech from TV's Saved By The Bell
Kevin Downey, Jr.
Semi-Finals of Ohio's
Best Amateur Comedian Contest
Ohio's Best Amateur Comedian Contest
Mike Polk, Jr.
Kate Brindel & Brent Trehune
June 29-July 1
Special Saturday Afternoon
Family Magic Show
of Kevin Farley