December 30th | 7:30pm (Doors Open @6:30pm) | 18+

Join us for a hilarious evening of laughter at Comedy Night! Three top-notch comedians will take the stage to tickle your funny bone. Headliner – Mike Brody, Feature – Ben Katzner, MC – Frankie Runquist (See bios below)

The show starts at 7:30 pm on Saturday, December 30th. Secure your tickets now for just $15 each and get ready for a side-splitting night of comedy you won’t want to miss!

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  • Doors open at 6:30pm
  • Seating is first come, first serve.

Mike Brody

Starting comedy on a whim at an open mic in the year 2000, Mike Brody has since devoted his life to perfecting the delivery of his high-energy act. Bucking the trend of the apathetic comedian, his genuine passion for his craft draws audience members into the unique world of Mike Brody: An affable, clever guy whose life is often derailed by his own neurotic, obsessive-compulsive and clumsy tendencies. Brody has spent the last 20+ years touring the U.S. and internationally, and has also been featured on the nationally syndicated radio program “The Bob & Tom Show” as well as the “The Dan Patrick Show” podcast. He’s recorded two comedy albums on Rooftop Comedy, with tracks regularly featured on SirusXM Satellite Radio. Brody can also be seen in his 2019 Dry Bar Comedy special “Not Afraid of Butterflies”.

Ben Kstzner

A stand-up comedian, writer and performer currently based in Minneapolis, Ben Katzner has opened for comedians such as Gary Gulman, Kyle Kinane and Chad Daniels and has participated in numerous comedy festivals including: the Limestone Comedy Festival, 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest in New Orleans, the Harlem Comedy Festival and the Orlando Indie Comedy Festival. Katzner’s debut graphic novel, “Hello, My Name is Poop”, was published by Wonderbound books in 2021. More of Katzner’s written work can be found in places like Insider, USA Today and Buzzfeed.

Frankie Runquist

Frankie Marie Runquist first started stand-up in 2019 in Austin, TX, where she spent the pubescence of her adulthood. Austin is where she learned to be a “grown-up” but she found her way back to Minnesota, and now produces and performs stand-up all over the Midwest. Frankie’s comedy showcases her eccentric family, eventful dating escapades, and struggles as a young woman trying to make her mark in the Midwest.