Full Week of Shows
Born in Dearborn, Michigan. Scott White started doing comedy in his first year of college. He took on a partner, entered a contest and came in dead last.
It took another 10 years to get back on the stage. After 25 brutal winters in Michigan Scott moved to Houston, Texas and began his way back on the stage with stand-up comedy.
Well, as it is stated in the comic rule book, you need to wait tables before you can start doing comedy full time which he did. When the resturant closed its doors Scott figured this was a good jumping off point, and so started doing comedy full time.
Scott White has worked all over the United States, plus overseas entertaining our troops in Korea, Japan and Guam. He has worked with some of the best (and worst) comics in the business and keeps on coming back for more.
Scott still runs with the wind to get to his dream! Being a road comic full-time, he knows the hardship of the road and pushes himself more towards his dreams. The admiration Scott demonstrates is complete professionalism and respect in his business with the compassion for others. The combination of talent, determination and hard work, makes this particular comic one to follow his career to the top.
You can also hear Scott's CD, "Dirty White Boy", on XM Satellite Radio. This high energy comic still leaves the audience hysterical with laughter when heading out the exit door!
With too many Scott White's on the internet, check out his unique take on his name at the website ScottyBlanco.com, then call the Funny Stop box office at 330-923-4700 to make a reservation to see this unique comedian during his full week appearance at the club.
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".
Funny Stop Comedy Club's
2014 "VIP Card" Now Available
Enjoy Over $1,000 Value For Just $99
Our most popular, money saving, promotion ever has returned for 2013.
Launched in 2010, the Funny Stop Comedy Club's VIP CARD program has saved audience members literally thousands of dollars on their admission price to the shows offered each week at Northeastern Ohio's top rated comedy club according to the Fox 8 HOTLIST and the Akron Beacon Journal's BEACON'S BEST programs.
The Funny Stop's 2014 VIP Card offers FREE ADMISSION for the card member and one guest to any show on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday nights as well the 10:30 PM show on Fridays from January 2 through December 30, 2013.
A pair of regularly priced 10:30 PM Friday show tickets would run $20.00
Take this amount and multiply it times 52 weeks of the year and the Funny Stop 2014 VIP Card offers over $1,000 in savings during the year.
Funny Stop Comedy Club 2014 VIP Cards are currently available for purchase at the showroom door or by contacting the box office at 330-923-4700.
Pick up one for yourself or as a gift for your favorite comedy fan.
For full details, click HERE.
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.
June 28-July 2
Full Week of Shows
Dubbed "The Weird One" by her step-father, Katrina Brown has spent her life living up to that nickname. With her metal head and potpourri of physical oddities, there is no shortage of material for her to draw from.
As the youngest of seven children, Katrina found that cultivating an obnoxious and loud personality was a way to not get lost in the shuffle.
Add in a marriage to a Sasquatch, mother of two boys, and this woman has found a lot to say. She'll say the things you wish you were bold enough to. Katrina Brown has no filter when it comes to keeping her material real, relatable, and honest.
Mixing material everyone can relate to in with her own bizarre reality of being a "Mutant" misfit of society, Brown's experiences as a wife, mother, aging woman, Pop Culture Addict, and 'proof nature likes practical jokes' keep audiences of every adult age and demographic in stitches.
Simply put? This woman is fearless and fierce.
Katrina Brown has been touring for years through OH, WV, KY, MD, IN, IL, TN, ND, WI. and the list goes on. Local spots for NE Ohio's PBS station and performing Stand-Up for "Laugh Out Loud St. Louis" round out her ever-growing resume as an Entertainer.
Blue enough to merit a PG-13 rating, and clean enough to not horrify people, Katrina Brown leaves an audience better for the experience of having seen the Mutant Queen of Ohio Comedy.
Give the Funny Stop box office a call at 330-923-4700 to make your reservation to see Katrina Brown as she makes her first "Full Week" headlining appearance at our club.
The 9 Worst Breakups of All-Time
A Short Comedy with Live Music
Special 6 PM Sunday Showtime
June 28-July 2
Sean Lynch & Shawn Boyd
Ohio's Best Amateur Comedian Contest
Bill Boronkay with Kate Brindel
Brother of Chris Farley
Over 20 Performers & Officials Took The Stage
During "A Toast To Mike Veneman" Fund Raiser
On Monday, January 18, 2010 the Funny Stop Comedy Club hosted "A Toast To Mike Veneman", a fund raising
event to honor the longtime legend in Northeastern Ohio comedy.
The event was one of his last public appearances as Mike Veneman lost his battle with ALS, Lou Gehrig's Disease, on Saturday, October 30, 2010.
A huge audience was entertained and moved by the rapid fire comedy, sincere remembrances, previously untold stories, and governmental recognition during the bittersweet event which was highlighted by the more than 20 individuals who took the stage to honor Mike.
To see a full list of those who gave their time to appear at "A Toast To Mike Veneman" and to view several photos from the event, click HERE.
Off Stage Photos With
Recent Club Headliners
You Can Get Photos Like These
After Every Funny Stop Show!
Bob Levy, his feature act and our bartender Nick
Jim Florentine with Youssef,
one of the Funny Stop owner's sons
TJ Miller with Chad Zumock, other comics, Funny Stop's staffers, and customers
Tammy Pescatelli with former
Cleveland Brown Bob Golic and his wife
(and former Raider cheerleader) Karen
Basile, Mike Conley, and son of the club's owners