SWITCHING SHOWS IS PROHIBITED. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.
Age Requirement: This is a 21 and over club.
There is a 2 drink minimum in the showroom. Soda, juice and water qualify.
There is a dress code to enter the Baltimore Comedy Factory. The following is PROHIBITED:
- Profanity on clothing
- Sleeveless clothing on men
- Excessively torn clothing
- Excessively baggy or sagging clothes
- Full sweatsuits and sweatpants
- Excessively long clothing (when standing, sleeve can not extend past fingers)
- Jersey's (sleeved jerseys are permitted in conjunction with sporting events)
- Gym shorts, Athletic attire
Anyone arriving 45 minutes after your scheduled show time will not be permitted to enter.
If VIP seats are offered & you purchase them, you are guaranteed the best seats AS LONG AS YOU ARRIVE at the club 45 minutes prior to showtime (otherwise you will lose your seating status). They also get you a free drink at the Lobby Bar (excluding top shelf and frozen drinks) prior to the show. **This drink does NOT count towards the 2 drink minimum in the show room.
If Preferred seating is offered and you purchase them, you are guaranteed the best seats AS LONG AS YOU ARRIVE at the club 45 minutes prior to showtime (otherwise you will lose your seating status).
***PLEASE BE AWARE NOT ALL SHOWS HAVE VIP OR PREFERRED SEATING TICKETS OFFERED. IT IS UP TO THE COMIC THE TYPE OF TICKETS BEING SOLD.***
Going from hanging in the hood to performing comedy on Jay Leno’s “Tonight
Show,” not to mention the privilege of afterward being invited to take a seat
on the “couch” which not many comics are asked to do, has been a long and
fulfilling journey. Corey hit his first open mic in 1992 when Adele Givens
called him to the stage. He was a smashing success and has been a full-time
comedian ever since. He has taken top honors at the Miller Genuine Draft Comedy
Search, Budweiser Comedy Competition, Chicago Home Jam, and Laffapalooza. He
has appeared at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival and the Chicago Comedy
Corey’s comedy genius transcends class and racial divides. If you understand
English, Corey’s humor will tickle your funny bone. People all over the world
can relate to the drama of trying to make a relationship work. According to
Corey, a “hunter” (man) being captured by his “prey” (woman) makes for the best
Corey offers plenty of advice on how men who have been the victim of a “hostile
takeover” by the female in the relationship can take back control. You can
believe there is no counselor on the planet who offers the kind of relationship
advice and remedies Corey dispenses from the stage.
Corey Holcomb’s comedy set is both an auditory and visual experience. His
facial gestures alone can make an audience burst with laughter. “I spend a lot
of time practicing my stage faces because I need to be able to convey care and
concern while I criticize.” Although Corey has a long and diverse resume of
successes, he remains humble and approachable.
Corey’s film and television credits include independent film “Who’s Watching
The Kids,” MTV2′s “Wild ‘N Out,” MTV’s “Wild ‘N Out,” NBC’s “Last Comic
Standing,” 20th Century Fox’s “Like Mike,” a recurring role on UPN’s “Half
& Half,” NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” BET’s “Comic View,” Fox’s “Mad TV,”
Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam,” “It’s Showtime at the
Apollo,” Showtime’s “Shaq’s All Star Comedy Jam,” Tyler Perry’s “House of Pain,”
TV Ones “Rickey Smiley Show,” and plays recurring character Robert Tubbs on
Fox’s “The Cleveland Show”! He has appeared in three comedy specials of his
own, Corey Holcomb: “The Problem Is You,” Comedy Central Presents: “Corey
Holcomb,” and Showtime Presents: “Your Way Ain’t Working.”
You can currently see Corey in the movie “Think Like A Man Too” and Adult
Swim’s new TV series “Black Jesus.”