New show added on April 13th, 2018 with headliner Steve Caminiti!  You can purchase your advance tickets HERE


Michael Flannery presents a night of comedy with a few friends, ...who happen to be some of the best working comics in the country:

Please note this show is ages 21 and up only as some language may be considered inappropriate.

7pm - Doors open to enjoy the Museum and Cash Bar

8pm - Showtime


Michael Flannery is just a kid from College Hill who grew up to become nationally known comedian. For 13 years he performed at comedy clubs and appeared on Showtime, HBO, and Evening at the Improv. He also worked with Robin Williams, Jay Leno, and Jerry Seinfeld. His show is not to be missed. But more importantly, you might recognize him from all the fun he had in the ‘90s the host “Club Nineteen.”

Jeffrey Jena
is an old school comedy pro. In his 40 years on stage he’s been seen on over 50 television shows and has performed live at countless venues. His credits include Comics Unleashed, HBO, Comedy Central and Showtime. He currently makes his home in the Cincinnati area and is anxiously awaiting the arrival of spring.

Darin Cox decided to pursue stand-up comedy after hosting the game show “Useless Knowledge” at East Tennessee State University. He has appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Conan O’Brien. OK so he was sitting in the audience each time but a cameo is a cameo! He has met such great comics as Steven Wright and Jeff Foxworthy. He is an Emmy award winning writer/ producer who loves to laugh and tell funny stories about his kids.

Homer Shadowheart is a Native American comedian from Cincinnati, OH. Remember the trail of tears? Well get ready for the trail of laughs! Homer has been performing for 11 years and has been called a good mix of Christopher Titus and Bernie Mac. Ryan Singer said “Homer brings a subtlety and piercing sense of humor that not only points out his own insecurities, flaws and fear, but also reminds the audience that at the end of the day we’re all just people-it’s just that some of us have a longer history of being screwed over, Homer makes that funny”


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American Sign Museum

1330 Monmouth Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45225
In the Camp Washington neighborhood

Phone: 513-541-6366
Fax: 513-701-2190