Comedy Clubs in Middletown


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  • Entertainment Events
    Girls Night: The Musical will bring to the stage of the 14th Street Theatre a heartfelt, comedic story of five friends celebrating their history and future together while embarking on an epic night of karaoke. Actresses belt out renditions of such female classics as "It's Raining Men," "I Will Survive," and ?Lady Marmalade? amid vibrant set pieces. Theater seating harkens back to intimate cabarets of yore, with up to four seats and a Dean Martin wax figure adorning each table. Groupon holders receive the best non-VIP seats possible (any table other than tables A-G) upon the redemption of their vouchers at the theater's will-call station.
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    138 N Main St.
    Dayton, OH US
  • The World Series of Comedy
    The World Series of Comedy brings together a horde of more than 100 humorists from all over the country to compete for laughs and a grand prize of 37 weeks of work at comedy clubs across the nation. The competition gives audience members the pleasure of acting as judge and jury without the moral and legal gray areas of serving as executioner, allowing fans a say in which comics move on to the final showcase (panels composed of comedy bookers have the most influence in the judging process). Pick from 13 shows?three wild-card shows, eight preliminary shows, and two final rounds?each sporting a lineup of eight, 15, or, in the final showdown, three comics toiling for your approval. Call to reserve your tickets.
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    101 Pine Street
    Dayton, OH US
  • Victoria Theatre Association
    The history at Victoria Theatre stretches back to 1866, when the "Magnificent Edifice" was first built at First and Main Streets. Its halls have hosted entertainment luminaries of many eras, including Harry Houdini, Mark Twain, and Socrates during his I Know That I Know Nothing comeback tour. In 1975, it was named to the National Register of Historic Places, a list where the Italianate structure still resides well into the 21st century. Today, the Victoria Theatre hosts performances by many of Dayton's arts organizations—including the Dayton Ballet—as part of a full slate of compelling entertainment choices. The Victoria Theatre Association's ongoing programs include the Premier Health Broadway Series, PNC Family Series, and Cool Films, as well as concerts, variety shows, and comedy sets.
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    1 W 2nd St.
    Dayton, OH US
  • Wiley's Comedy Niteclub
    A great comedy club requires more than a stage, a microphone, and a bar. For the team behind Wiley's Comedy Niteclub?whose members have proven their mettle as owners of Morty's Comedy Joint in Indianapolis and The Laughing Derby in Louisville?it's all about consistency. The Wiley's crew doesn't stop after they've landed the nation's top comics; they pay special attention to pacing, material, and variety in order to ensure every show contains a range of comedic styles. Those carefully curated sets are performed in a carefully decorated venue, featuring walls lined in humor memorabilia and comedy albums?some of which were recorded at Wiley's itself. A bar pours out cocktails and beers, and a pub-inspired menu of burgers, sandwiches, and gourmet appetizers keeps bellies loaded for maximum belly laughs.
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    101 Pine St.
    Dayton, OH US
  • NAT Promotions 2012
    Wall Street Nightclub’s goal is simple: as stated on its site, the venue aims to provide entertainment every bit as diverse as its community. Throughout the week, the LGBT venue might pair country music with hip-hop, drag performers with strippers, or DJs with dance videos. Friday nights kick off each month with the "Midwest's largest lesbian dance party," and Sundays see the club transformed into a cabaret. Although its calendar is packed with weekly, monthly, and bicentennial get-togethers, plenty of performances and parties are special one-time-only events, such as standup sets or DJ competitions.
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    101 Pine Street
    Dayton, OH US
  • Victoria Theatre Association
    The history at Victoria Theatre stretches back to 1866, when the "Magnificent Edifice" was first built at First and Main Streets. Its halls have hosted entertainment luminaries of many eras, including Harry Houdini, Mark Twain, and Socrates during his I Know That I Know Nothing comeback tour. After becoming the victim of two fires (1869 and 1918) and a flood (1913), the theater avoided man-hurled wrecking balls in 1975 when it was named to the National Register of Historic Places, a list where the Italianate structure still resides well into the 21st century.
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    138 N Main St.
    Dayton, OH US