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All of our shows are 18+. If you are under 18 years old a parent or guardian must accompany you in order to attend the show (patrons under 16 years old will NOT be admitted). You must show your ID even if you are not drinking alcohol.

We recommend arriving 45 minutes prior to show time. You will have better seats and a shorter wait in line at this time.

No, we will have a guest list at the door, you will just need to check in under the last name of your reservation.

Thursdays run about 1 hour 45 minutes. Friday and Saturday shows are about 1 hour 30 minutes.

Sorry, no. There are many nearby options on State St. and around the Capitol Square whether you are looking for a quick bite or sit down meal before the show. Please plan ahead to ensure your group gets to the show on time because as a reminder, seats are only guaranteed until exactly show time.

Yes, we require that you pay for all admissions in one transaction. It is impossible for us to start the show on time and the line gets very long if everyone pays separately for their admissions. Cash also helps the line go much faster!

If you pay for admissions for the entire party you may be sat before your entire party arrives. We will seat the remaining party members with you once they arrive (please be sure to let the host know they will be coming later). If you would like to be sat without paying for missing party members their seat will no longer be held. If we do have seats available once they arrive they will not be able to be sat next to you in the showroom.

No, seating is available on a first come first serve basis. The sooner your party arrives the better your seats will be. Your party will be sat according to it’s size and available tables.

We will do our best to let you pick your own seat. It is much easier to give you the table you want if you arrive early. We recommend arriving 45 minutes prior to show time.

Yes, most everyone in line has a reservation. We recommend arriving early to prevent the line from getting too long.

In order to continue providing you with the best comedians in the country at a low admission price we have to enforce a beverage minimum. This is standard at most clubs across the country.

No, it is impossible for the servers to track what has been ordered from the bar. You must order a beverage from your server in order for it to count towards the minimum.

No, shots do not count towards the beverage minimum. We have plenty of other options to choose from. Save the shots for your after party.

Yes, please ask your server at the beginning of the show if you would like your bills split.

Tabs are kept throughout the night and all bills are given out at the end of the show in order to not disrupt the performance.

Tell your server. We do our best to patrol the crowd but sometimes we are not able to spot someone who is disturbing the show. We are here because of you and we are committed to giving you the best possible comedy experience. Always let us know how we can improve your visit, whether it be turn up the sound or turn down the air.

Of course not. We offer an extensive non-alcoholic beverage menu with coffee drinks, ice cream drinks, slushy drinks and more. Anything except tap water will count towards the minimum.

If you feel fully hydrated it is not a problem. There will be a $3 charge for each drink not ordered to fulfill the 2 beverage minimum requirement. This charge covers our costs so we can continue providing you with great laughs!

Absolutely. Also, all shows are wheelchair accessible. There is an elevator located in the first floor lobby as you enter the building. Please mention when making a reservation if you or someone in your party has needs so we are able to best accommodate your party with seating.

With phone reservations you always have until 5pm the day of the show in order to not be charged for someone who does not attend. This gives us enough time to accept people from the wait list and plan for seating. Please let us know if someone is unable to attend even if you miss the 5pm deadline, we may be able to avoid charging for missing party members if we are able to resell the seat(s).

If you call and let us know that you will be late we can hold your seats. If it is a sold out show you may be required to prepay for your seats so we can hold them.

Many large parties attend our shows so we are not able to give discounts. We have some of the lowest ticket prices in the country and believe in staying reasonable in a bad economy, in return we are not able to give large party discounts.

Yes! If you are celebrating a birthday, anniversary, bachelor, or bachelorette party you can get in free if you mention it at the door. You will receive a celebration glass and tickets to return at a later date. It must be the week of your birthday to receive the birthday discount.

Yes, all of our acts are professional nationally touring comedians. There are so many talented comedians out there today; it is impossible for all of them to become household names. Most of our comics have been on Comedy Central, Showtime, Conan, Letterman, HBO and other nationally syndicated programs.

Yes! As of 2/20/18 every Tuesday we have The Little Deuce Open Mic. You must sign up in person between 2pm and 8pm, the show starts at 9pm and is a $2 cash only admission. We also have our regular Wednesday night Big Deuce Open Mic. Sign up, start time, and admission is the same as The Little Deuce. Please check the The Big Deuce link on our home page for details.


  • All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.
  • You must be 18 years or older to attend. Refunds are not given to minors.
  • Place one reservation per party. If you want to be seated with another party and did not note this in the Reservation Comments, please call or email us with the last name of the party you are joining. Without this info, we are not able to guarantee combined seating.
  • If you are looking to purchase additional tickets for your reservation, please call us or purchase online using a different email than that used for your original reservation.
  • Please inform us of any wheelchairs so we are best able to accommodate your party for seating.
  • Admission prices, performers, and show times are subject to change.


  • It is your responsibility to inform all party members of the beverage minimum requirement before attending the show.
  • Shots or beverages purchased at the bar do not count towards the minimum, only beverages purchased from your server in the showroom will count.
  • Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages count towards the minimum.
  • A tab is kept by your servers throughout the show and given at the end of the show to prevent disrupting the performance.
  • Beverages are NOT included in admission price.


  • Since you have purchased your tickets ahead of time you are now able to go through the VIP line. Please find the VIP line upon arrival and we will get your party seated a quickly as possible.
  • Seating begins 45 minutes prior to show time and is on a first come first serve basis.
  • Based on reservations for the evening and your arrival time, your group may be sat with another party.
  • You must claim your reservation by show time. If you are not here on time there is a chance your tickets will be given to anyone on a wait list.


  • Cell phones must be turned off or set to silent. Never take a phone call during the show. If it can’t wait, please go to the bar to use your phone.
  • Table Talk- must be kept to a minimum. Your group will be given one warning. Any further distractions may result removal from the venue.
  • No Flash Photography permitted
  • No Recording: Each comedian owns the rights to their own material, you however do NOT.
  • Do Not Heckle the Comedian: Heckling is interrupting the performance to upstage, disparage, or throw off the comedian. It is never acceptable, and the quickest way to ruin the show for everyone. It is also the quickest way to ejection.
  • Do Not Interrupt the Comedian: The common excuse for this is “I’m helping the comedian” and “that’s what you’re supposed to do at Comedy Clubs!” Comedians are professionals, they do not need help. Exception: If a comedian directly engages you in conversation, it is ok to respond. Some of the best comedy happens this way, and can make for a memorable experience. Be ready to let it go when the bit is over.
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