Hyena's Comedy Nightclub – Fort Worth
Located in beautiful Downtown Fort Worth at 425 Commerce Street, between 3rd and 4th Street
Hyena's Fort Worth
425 Commerce Street
between 3rd and 4th Street
Doors open 7:30
Two-item minimum purchase per person.Friday Shows
Doors open 7:00 & 9:00
Showtimes 8:30 & 10:30
Doors open 6:30 & 9:00
Showtimes 8:00 & 10:30
Customers must be 18 and up to enter, and 21 to order alcohol.
Admission is $12 with a two-item minimum purchase per person in the showroom.
Preferred Seating is available on request for $17 per person and is recommended for the best seats. Prices are for general admission and don't apply to special events.
Best FREE Parking!
– Walking Distance
– Completely Free
– Convenient Access
Sundance Garage II – corner of 3rd and Calhoun across from AMC Palace Theater
Sundance Garage III – corner of 3rd and Taylor above PF Chang's
Dan is a New York-based actor, writer and stand-up comedian. He has appeared on Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer, The Half Hour, Conan and Opie & Anthony. He had a leading role in the feature-length indie film It Had To Be You opposite Cristin Milioti.
Gathering material from a wealth of life experiences, Jose takes audiences on the rollercoaster ride that’s been his life. Born in Cuba and deported because of his father’s political prisoner status, he came to the U.S. at a young age. Growing up with a hard working, and always quirky, Cuban family brought loads of funny moments everyday.
From his mother’s ability to kill a chicken with her bare hands, to his Dad’s ability to hit on any woman, anytime, there was never a dull moment. What they did best was teach him to work hard for his dreams, and not forget how to laugh at life and himself. He made them proud when, after high school, he was accepted to the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. He became an officer in the Air Force, is an accomplished aviator, and is a veteran having served in Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. He’s been all over the world and has even been shot at in two countries. This and more he brings to the stage believing that, “if you can’t laugh at a hard time in your life, you ain’t over it yet.”
His comedy career started out in New York and Philadelphia, getting on stage anytime he wasn’t serving. He performs all over the country now and is rapidly becoming an audience favorite for his ability to make deportation, and life threatening moments hysterical.
He’s been featured in the Air Force Times, was selected for the 2007 Latino Laugh Festival in Los Angeles, and the Lucky 21 Contest at The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. In 2008 he won the Funniest Person In South Texas Comedy Competition and was a semi-finalist in the San Francisco International Comedy Competition. In 2009, he was a finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition. In 2011 he was the winner of the Rocky Mountain Laugh Off in Salt Lake City, UT. He’s been seen on CNN, CBS, Fox, and Lifetime’s “Coming Home” with his touring group, The GIs of Comedy, and recently on NUVO TV’s “Comedy Unfiltered,” with Anjelah Johnson. He is the co-host of NUVO TV’s Stand Up and Deliver which airs it’s fourth season in 2015. Most nights you can find him on stage somewhere, but one week a month its all dog tags and volleyball, down in Texas, teaching the next generation of top guns the basics. Read more...
Dustin 'Screech' Diamond
Dustin Neil Diamond was named after singer Neil Diamond who he is related to on his father's side (he is not, however, related to Mike D of the Beastie Boys). He was born in San Jose, California, but he graduated from Zion High School in Anaheim. Diamond has kept busy after the popular teenager sitcom, Saved By The Bell, was cancelled. He has been featured on many shows, and he also participated in a celebrity boxing Read more...
Comedian and Writer, Gene Pompa’s television credits include numerous appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and several appearances on The Late, Late Show on CBS. Other credits include Comedy Central, The Arsenio Hall Show, HBO, The Latino Laugh Festival on Showtime, BET, Scrubs and In Living Color.
He recently appeared in two Happy Madison films, Just Go With It with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, and Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star starring Nick Swardson, Christina Ricci and Don Johnson.
More recently, Gene starred and produced two one-hour comedy specials at The Club Nokia in Downtown Los Angeles at L.A. Live. He also starred in two half-hour solo stand-up specials, Pompalicious for Comedy Central and a self-titled half-hour stand-up special for Nuvo TV.
Gene’s offbeat perspective seems to go over extremely well with the college age audience and crosses all racial and ethnic lines. He headlines regularly at comedy clubs across the country; doing a stand-up show with great social relevance and irrelevance.
Gene was born in East Los Angeles and raised in the working-class suburbs of Southern California. He’s been a Mexican-American for most of his life, except for a few years during the 70’s, when he was a “practicing Chicano”. As a product of the multi-ethnic suburbs of Los Angeles, Gene was inspired to utilize universal themes in his stand-up and his writing. Read more...
Heather McDonald is one of the most in-demand and multi-faceted comedians today, who not only juggles a career as a nationally touring stand-up, actress, and accomplished writer, but is also a devoted wife and mother… when the rest of her family isn’t driving her up the wall.
Currently, Heather can be heard weekly on her sensational new podcast “Juicy Scoop” on PodcastOne. Every week, Heather holds nothing back and gets the most surprising, scandalous, and intimate scoops from her celebrity guests. Heather has Read more...
Paula’s performances are hysterically dark...
A Los Angeles native, her voice and delivery are undeniably strong, not your average female comic. The unexpected truths along with her delivery are hilarious. Currently you can watch her on Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny on Netflix. Paula's numerous credits Read more...
Collin is one of the most fun, personable, and sought after headliners today. He has had his own half hour stand-up special on Showtime, a featured spot on Nickelodeon, and has been touring constantly for 15 years.
America knows and loves him. His familiarity Read more...
Oct 6 - 8:30pm FREE SHOW
Oct 7 - 8:30pm, 10:30pm
Oct 8 - 8:00pm, 10:30pm
Carl LaBove is one of the most mesmerizing acts on the comedy scene today. With 20 plus years of performance under his belt, he is in top form. Engaging an audience with his smooth demeanor and walking them through his phenomenal life experiences, audiences follow Carl into material that expresses the comical facets of the human condition. LaBove’s shows are a must-see. Relationships, The evil of Zoo’s, Alcoholic friends, death, the family tree, and treachery by friends are some of the topics explored on any given performance. “I’ve always felt that you are a little wiser after surviving some of life’s unfair experience’s. You survived! Live it up!” With many credits to his name; The Tonight Show, HBO, Showtime, and the BBC, Carl is now focused on his next project, a one-man show titled, The New Man.
You know, an enormous number of comics maintain career objectives that include aspirations toward acting in a sitcom, or writing for one. But, hell, Robert Hawkins has already done both—in the same series, no less: the late, lamented “Titus”. Indeed, he was hired as a story editor, which means he wrote a script or two per season, and contributed mightily to the scripts written by colleagues, adding jokes, improving dialogue, Read more...
Ricky Reyes is one of the freshest rising comedians in the country. With a perfect combination of likeability, stage presence and relentless joke-telling it’s no wonder he is one of the most sought after acts in comedy venues today.
“When you watch Ricky perform you almost forget you’re at club... He makes you feel like you’re just hanging out with a buddy in the living room cracking jokes.” - The Orlando Weekly
Ricky can be heard on XM/Sirius Radio, on Nobody Likes Onions with Patrick Melton, El Chupapodcast with Pedro Lima and on The SBK Show on RealRadio 104.1 in Orlando. He has been seen on Rooftop Comedy’s Road Trip on Mav TV and is frequently in the rooftopcomedy.com’s Daily 8. Read more...
Mike is from Kansas City, Missouri. He was the 2010 winner of the Trial By Laughter Comedy Competition. He was a semi-finalist in the Laughing Skull Comedy Competition in 2010. He got 3rd in the San Francisco Comedy Competition in 2007. He had his debut album, Bees Can Taste With Their Feet, featured on iTunes and it reached #8 on the iTunes comedy charts. He has also met famous people.
Steve 'Mudflap' McGrew
Comedian Steve 'Mudflap' McGrew (the hellbent southern gent) has been featured on Comedy Central in his own half-hour special. He can be heard on 24/7 Comedy and on Sirius XM radio. Mudflap has released several comedy CDs. His latest, "One Sick Puppy", is now available on iTunes. He is a regular at Brad Garrett's Comedy Club, The Laugh Factory and Sin City Comedy club in Las Vegas. Read more...
Does this face look familiar? Maybe you've seen Jon on NBC's Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central's Premium Blend or the half-hour special Comedy Central Presents: Jon Reep. Maybe you've seen him on TBS's Pit Stop Comedy, NBC's Late Friday, or the ABC Sitcom Rodney as Officer Gerald Bob the dim-witted cop. If not then you probably know Jon from Dodge's popular ad campaign as the "Hemi guy". Jon is known to millions as the redheaded hillbilly in the Dodge Ram commercials who leans out of a beat-up car and utters the now famous line: "That thing gotta Hemi?"
Born in Hickory, NC, Jon moved to Raleigh to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater at North Carolina State University. In 2000, Jon was invited to perform at the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, Canada and has since been invited back to perform in the "Best of the Fest" and a "Gala" show. Soon after, he moved to Los Angeles to further his career as an actor and a stand-up. Jon is one of the hardest working comics in America, selling out venues and getting standing ovations in clubs and theaters across the country. His show is supersonic energy filled with non-stop characters, super clever writing, and, of course, the one talent that separates Jon from all other comedians in the world: He's the best redneck dancer since Elvis. Look for Jon in the film, "Harold & Kumar escape from Guantanamo Bay". Read more...
Comedian Dean Edwards has been making his mark in comedy following two successful seasons as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. With such memorable impressions as Don Cheadle, Michael Jackson, and Denzel Washington, as well as such original characters as Man in Elevator and Cop #2, Edwards has pushed himself to the limits of creativity and exhaustion. Always the multitasker, Edwards found the momentum to juggle his Saturday Night Live career, his numerous stand-up appearances, and multiple television appearances. Edwards most recently appeared in Showtime’s Comics Without Borders, the nine-week comedy series which showcased multicultural stand up comedians. Currently devoting his career to his first love, stand-up comedy, Edwards will release a comedy DVD with Salient Media in mid-2009.
In addition to stand-up, Edwards has made several late-night appearances, including The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Last Call with Carson Daly. He is also a favorite and frequent guest on Byron Allen’s Comics Unleashed and is frequently providing comedic commentary on various VH1 highlight shows. Director Malcolm D. Lee also chose Edwards to finish Bernie Mac’s voice/ADR work on Soul Men after the comedian’s untimely death. Edwards also provided the voice-over of Barack Obama on the new CNN show, DL Hughley Breaks the News.
Born in the Bronx and raised throughout various parts of New York, Edwards' travels have made it easy for him to communicate with all walks of life. After dividing his college career between classes and a six-year term in the United States Army Reserve, Edwards ultimately made the choice to devote his career to comedy. Although his fellow soldiers loved his impressions of their drill sergeant, Edwards spent many an afternoon doing push-ups to pay for his comedic talent. That talent paid off and Edwards found his career when he participated in his college talent show. Armed with a degree in communications, Edwards became an in-demand comic and landed his first big break on Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam. Though the show is renowned for its blue humor, Edwards found a way to break the traditional mold with his mainstream appeal.
Subsequently, he was a featured comedian on Showtime at the Apollo a few years later. Edwards followed his television appearances by starring in numerous commercials, and he also worked with Spike Lee on the hit feature film, The Original Kings of Comedy. Edwards has since earned a reputation as a headlining favorite at comedy clubs and colleges across the country. Read more...
Do you remember the girl in your high school who had a horrible rumor spread about her? It might have involved a football team, a dog and some peanut butter or processed meat. Well, that girl in Easton, Pennsylvania was April Macie. So, where did she turn for comfort? Not to her family... 'cause they're all crazy. Crazy or drunk... oh yeah, or slightly retarded. So, where do you go when you're an outcast in school and Read more...