Come out and join us with FREE TICKETS to see Greg Morgan at the Baltimore Comedy Factory!
That's right, tickets are free! The only catch is the event is 21+ (it's in Power Plant Live!) and there is a two drink minimum at the show (non-alcoholic counts).
We will be seeing the 8:00pm show so plan on arriving 30min early and we will meet at 7:30pm in the lobby.
So excited for a Pagan Night on The Town!
FAQ from the Comedy Factory - http://www.baltimorecomedy.com
What is a two drink minimum and when does it apply?
There is always a two drink minimum during any show, however, the drinks do not have to be alcoholic. Our drink prices are very reasonable, no more than you'd expect to pay at a bar in Baltimore on the weekend.
If you park at Pier 5 Parking on Pratt Street (between Market Place & S. President St.) parking is $5. Just show the attendant your ticket stub on your way out (they will be in the office).
Where can I sit?
Seating is always General Admission, First-Come-First-Seated. Charging ahead for tickets does not guarantee where you will sit; it only guarantees that you will have a seat.
What time should I arrive?
Shows are often very busy. Be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to showtime. Please note, this is LIVE comedy and occasionally shows may start late due to circumstances beyond our control. This is the exception, not the rule, so please be sure to arrive At Least 30 minutes Prior to Showtime!
What is the Age for Admission?
We are now a 21 and older venue.
What is the Dress Code?
The Dress Code to enter the Power Plant Live Premise is as follows:
No Capri Shorts or Long Shorts on Men!
No Basketball Shorts or Sports Attire
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 Jersey's are permitted in conjunction with Sporting Events)
Greg Morton had only two choices in schoolyard conflicts. Learn the ways of the force, or use his wit to diffuse the situation.
That wit would lead to winning first prize in the, "So You Think You're Funny Contest" and the beginning of his career as a stand-up comic.
Finally he had found his voice. A voice he would later use to direct and voice over twenty Saturday Morning cartoons.
This former mobile disc jockey who used to play songs at weddings, now sings song parodies on nationally syndicated radio shows, like the Bob and Tom Show. Take his Obama Man, sung to the tune of Candy Man which has racked up over 4 million hits on YouTube.
Since then, this three time veteran of the Just For Laughs Festival, has gone on to disarm audiences worldwide, including concerts like Luther Vandross and Celine Dion.