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Inside the

Wyndham Garden Hotel

600 E. McElroy

Stillwater, OK

(580) 628-0713

The Rules

Yes, there are rules at a comedy club.

1. Turn your cell phone off or, at least, on silent. Do not, under any circumstance, talk on your phone in the showroom during a performance. If you must, quietly get up and leave the showroom to make or receive a phone call.

2. Keep discussions at your table to a minimum. First, you are interrupting the show for your friends. Secondly, you are disrupting the show for complete strangers who paid to see live comedy. Shut up and let everyone enjoy the professional show.

3. Do not heckle the comedians. They are professionals at what they are doing and, unless they have specifically asked for it, do not need your assistance. Besides, you don't want to become the focus of a viral video where a heckler gets "owned," do you? I didn't think so.

If you do not understand or follow the rules, during a performance, you may be visited by a member of our security team. If he asks you to step out of the showroom, you may get to return to your table before the show is over. If he asks you to step outside, you are on your own and all bets are off.

If you still don't get it, please review the video below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are the comedians funny?
Yes. We are not called "The Occassionally Funny Comedy Club," we are FUNNIES COMEDY CLUB. Our comedians may not be household names or those you've seen on television multiple times, but they are hard-working, professional comics who are touring the country with their shows. If you want more information about our upcoming comedians, I encourage you to check out their websites, which we always list if their sites are updated and current.


Will there be dirty/offensive/foul language or adult content?
Fuck yeah! Many comedians use foul language to enhance the power of their words while delivering their jokes. We don't intentionally book comedians who use excessive language for the sake of sheer shock value. We book comedians that we think will make you laugh. Also, many comedians like to make fun of those adult moments in life, like sex, dating, using the restroom, etc. If any of these topics might be offensive to you, then stay home and watch reruns of America's Funniest Home Videos. After you laugh at that for an hour, look up "Bob Saget stand-up comedian" online and you will be far more offended than anything you will ever see on our stage. For a simple frame of reference, consider our shows "Rated R," like the movies.


Why don't you bring in someone everyone knows like Larry the Cable Guy or (Insert almost any famous comedian name here)?
First off, we don't think Larry the Cable Guy is all that funny. He is more of a gimmick than anything else and he definitely should not have a reality show on the History Channel. Secondly, we try to keep our budget low to provide the best show possible and keep ticket prices affordable for the audience. For example, if we brought Larry the Cable Guy in to do one of our shows, we would likely have to charge around $200-250 per ticket to recoup expenses. Would you pay $250 to see Larry the Cable Guy? We didn't think so.


How do I reserve a table for one of your shows?
Reserving a table is easy. Please review our reservation policy and let us know if you have questions.


Why do you do shows only once per month? Why not open a full-time comedy club?
This is one of our favorite questions. Honestly, the idea for a full-time club was considered shortly before we started producing shows in 2011; but after a little bit of market research and some financial considerations, we decided to start out this way. We may still grow into a full-time club at some point but let's see how this goes for a while. Also, if you have a truckload of money that you would like to invest in a full-time club, please contact us. We accept cash, check, money orders, credit cards and personal gratification.


I'm a funny guy (or gal). How can I tell my jokes on your stage?
The simple answer to this is likely "you can't." We are trying to produce a professional comedy show in an area that has probably not seen a lot of professional comedians. Every Tom, Dick and Gilbert (yes, I'm talking to you) thinks they can just get on our stage and make a crowd laugh, but it is not that easy. We have a very stringent selection process when it comes to booking our shows. If you would like to be added to our list of comedians who get our soliciting emails, please send your name, email and video links to Jared Cranke.


I've never been to one of your shows before. What can I expect from when I walk in the door to when I leave to go home?
First off, what is wrong with you? Why haven't you been to one of our shows? Lame! This is what your night will be like if you decide to attend Funnies Comedy Club: You should arrive at the show approximatly 30 minutes early, to get a good seat (if you haven't made reservations) and order a few drinks. If you already have a ticket, you will be allowed entry into our lounge area to get a drink from the bar. If you don't already have a ticket, you can get one from our will call booth. Once you are ready to be seated, one of our friendly ushers will tear your ticket stub and take you to an appropriate seat. Don't worry, if you don't want to sit up front, we don't force you, but those are sometimes the best seats! You will enjoy an approximately 90-minute comedy performance by at least three comedians -- our host, a feature comedian who does 30 minutes and our headliner who does an hour. For that 90 minutes, you will laugh more than you have all month long. Afterwards, you are invited to talk to the comedians or us (the producers) and we will try to sell you things like tickets to the next show, t-shirts, etc. After that, you will go home and tell all your friends that you had the best time at Funnies Comedy Club and you can't wait to come back. If you don't have a good time, tell your friends you went to a comedy club in Oklahoma City. They will likely believe you.


Okay, I'm not an idiot. You're not a real club. You're just performing shows in the ballroom of a hotel. How can you call yourself a real comedy club?
How can Kim Kardashian call herself a "TV talent?" How can Olive Garden call their restaurant Italian? Okay, so we take a few liberties with the term "comedy club" but we pride ourselves in giving the audience a true comedy club experience from the moment they walk in the door. We definitely do not try to hide the fact that we are producing our shows in hotel ballrooms. That is just the best fit for what we are trying to do at the current time. Also, branding our shows as Funnies Comedy Club gives it a name you can tell your friends about. If it was just "Comedy Night at the Motel 6," it loses a little bit of credibility (and sounds a bit scary, if you ask us, even if they do leave the light on). If you are really that concerned with our business, buy us a drink and we'll tell you all about it and then we'll offer our advice on how you should salt the fries at McDonald's.