There is a two (2) purchase beverage minimum per guest.
All Shows 21 and older
As seen on Wild & Out Rip Micheals & Blair Christian with performance from Who’s Got Jokes Mike Samp also Fort Wayne’s Aaron Montgomery. Who is Keylo DJ
Fort Wayne Comedy Club Too is located at the Piere's Entertainment Complex
Doors open 1 hour before showtime
Tickets start at $25 up to $200
All Sales Are Final - No Refunds
Video recording of events and flash photography not allowed. Cell phone use not allowed in showroom. Card subject to change.
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If the name Rip Micheals doesn't ring a bell, you haven't experienced comedy at its finest. Known commonly for his antics on MTV's Wild 'N Out, Rip's brash and in-your-face satire led to him to share the stage alongside comedic legends such as Martin Lawrence, Cedric the Entertainer, Kevin Hart, and Mo'Nique. Rip's mixture of intelligence and originality makes him one of the industry's most versatile and sought-after comedian.
Born and raised in Chicago, Rip developed a love for entertainment at an early age studying theatre in high school. While in college, he started performing at comedy clubs and met Dave Chapelle, who urged him to continue. After graduation, Rip focused on acting and moved to New York City. Shortly after moving to New York, he rapidly became the underground favorite at comedy shows throughout the city. This solidified his loyal fan base, which propelled his status as one of the NYC Kings of Comedy Superstar.
Before getting his big break on television, Rip honed his unique stand up skills by performing at more than 250 colleges and universities. His fine-tuned comedic delivery in the college circuit gained the attention of the Navy Entertainment and he was asked to provide live entertainment to military members and their families stationed overseas and on deployed ships. Rip performed at over 150 military bases around the world, including Spain, Greece, Italy, and Germany. Encouraged by his early success, Rip taped his One Man Show at the Mohegan Sun in front of a sold-out 10,000-arena. Coinciding with the show, Rip coined the word "Clatchet," which has been inducted into the urban dictionary.
Due to his keen sense of humor, Rip's experience on a variety of TV shows goes as far as NBC's Last Call With Carson Daly, Centric's According to Him & Her, Oxygen's Living with Funny, Starz series Staanndup, BET's Comic View, HBO's P. Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy, and NBC's Mr. Robinson, just to name a few. In addition to his comedy, his acting credits includes roles in Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Nurse Jackie, Mr. Robinson, Men In Black 3, Love Don't Cost A Thing, and Players Ball.