Hyena's Comedy Nightclub – Dallas
I-75 and Mockingbird Lane inside Mockingbird Station next door to the Angelica Theatre
I-75 and Mockingbird Lane
inside Mockingbird Station next door to the Angelica Theatre
Dallas Open Mic
Doors open 7:30
Showtime 8:30 - 1am
Doors open 7:30
Doors open 7:30 & 9:00
Showtimes 8:30 & 10:30
Doors open 7:00 & 9:00
Showtimes 8:00 & 10:30
Customers must be 18 and up to enter, and 21 to order alcohol.
Admission is $10 with a two-item minimum purchase per person in the showroom.
Preferred Seating is available on request for $15 per person and is recommended for the best seats. Prices are for general admission and don't apply to special events.
Heather McDonald doesn’t hold back on anything, especially when it comes to demonstrating her many talents. She continuously proves to master her craft as a comedian, actress, story producer and best-selling author. Her first special ‘I Don’t Mean to Brag’ can currently be seen on Showtime. Heather is best known for being a staff writer and for her regular roundtable appearances on E!’s top rated show ‘Chelsea Lately’. McDonald is also a best-selling author: her debut book (released June 2010), You’ll Never Blue Ball in this Town Again, Read more...
Likeable, laughable and liable is what Daryl Felsberg is. After being on the road for over 10 years now, he has honed his comedy voice into a character that the industry and fans alike are taking notice of. In 2009, Daryl produced his album “BadFattitude” selling nationwide, while getting airplay on XM / Sirus Comedy. That same year Daryl was tapped to be the host of “The Shopper’s Club”; a shop-from-home show on a regional cable network. Daryl was yanked off the air after only 3 months for mocking the clients and their products, although viewership was at an all-time high. Daryl is recognizable from many commercials and voiceovers. His rants on obesity and society, and the absurdities of everyday life, keep audiences laughing and on guard. From stage to TV, the only thing bigger than he is... are the laughs.
Nikki Glaser is a comedian, writer, and host whose television appearances have included The Tonight Show, CONAN, and Last Comic Standing. She was the co-host of the MTV late-night talk show, Nikki & Sara LIVE, as well as the popular podcast, You Had To Be There. She lives in New York City, performing nightly at clubs such as The Comedy Cellar and The Stand, and travels frequently as a nationally touring headliner. Read more...
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...
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.
Natasha Leggero has been a favorite round table guest on the wildly popular Chelsea Lately on E! since its premiere in 2007. She headlines packed comedy clubs across the country with her own mix of sophisticated writing, physicality and glamour.
In 2012, Natasha notably played the role of trampy Haley in the web series Burning Love, a popular spoof of The Bachelor. She was also featured on NBC's Are You There, Chelsea? starring Laura Prepon.
Natasha stars in Comedy Central's hit animated series Ugly Americans. In 2010, Natasha was a judge alongside Andy Kindler and Greg Giraldo on Season 7 of NBC's Last Comic Standing, hosted by Craig Robinson. She starred in two pilots created by the Reno 911 team of Tom Lennon and Ben Garant, The Strip for NBC and USS Alabama for FX.
Natasha can be seen in the feature film He's Just Not That Into You. She played various deviants in her three-year recurring stint on Comedy Central's RENO 911! She starred in the Comedy Central pilot Gay Robot and the MTV hit series The 70's House. She has guest-starred on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Samantha Who, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Worst Week, 'Til Death, The Sarah Silverman Program and the Comedy Central series Nick Swardson's Pretend Time.
Born in Rockford, IL, and raised in the theater, Natasha has loved being on the stage since she was 10. As a child actress in and around Chicago, she spent all of her free time performing in plays. As soon as she graduated from high school, she moved to New York and attended the Stella Adler Conservatory. Upon receiving an additional degree in theater criticism from Hunter College, she swiftly moved to Los Angeles and aimed her razor-sharp wit at Hollywood.
Her stand-up television appearances include performances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Last Call with Carson Daly. Her Comedy Central Presents special aired in 2011, and her digital album Coke Money, released by Comedy Central Records, is available on iTunes.
Natasha has performed at the Vancouver Comedy Festival, SXSW, Sasquatch, Dublin's Carlsberg Comedy Festival and the prestigious Montreal Just for Laughs Festival.
She resides in Los Angeles in a servantless household. Read more...
May 28 - 8:00pm, 10:30pm
Comedian/actor/writer Brian Posehn always has a full plate in front of him. He is constantly touring as a stand-up comedian in the best comedy clubs and rock venues in the country. 2013 marked the release of his first hour long special, The Fartist, through Netflix. Brian is currently co-writing Deadpool for Marvel Comics. He has a popular podcast, Nerd Poker, on the Earwolf Network.
Brian co-starred in Universal's feature, The Five-Year Engagement, directed by Nick Stoller and produced by Judd Apatow and in the popular Canadian indie comedy, Lloyd the Conqueror. In the last year he has done guest spots on the sitcoms, The Big Bang Theory, Guys With Kids and Anger Management. He also starred for three seasons in Comedy Central's popular show, The Sarah Silverman Program, and toured as one of the original members of the Comedians of Comedy.
Besides writing and performing on HBO's acclaimed Mr. Show, he has appeared in sitcoms such as Just Shoot Me, Seinfeld, NewsRadio, Californication, Everybody Loves Raymond and Friends. He also has an extensive resume in voice-acting including Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Adventure Time, Metalocalypse, Bob’s Burgers, Mission Hill and American Dad.
Brian has also appeared in several movies, including Judd Apatow’s Funny People, Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Sex Drive, and Surfs Up.
He has written episodes of The Sarah Silverman Program and Metalocalypse (Adult Swim). He’s written for the popular sketch show, Human Giant and various specials and roasts including recent stints on the Oscars and The Comedy Central Roast of Rosanne Barr. In 2009 and 2010, Brian directed a video and a Comedy Central pilot for the hilarious hair metal band, Steel Panther.
In 2006 he released his first graphic novel, The Last Christmas, and his debut comedy album: Live in Nerd Rage. In 2009, Brian released his album, Fart and Weiner Jokes.
2013 also marked the release of a book co-written by Brian with Bob Odenkirk and David Cross called Hollywood Said No. He is also currently producing a Comedy Metal album with Scott Ian of Anthrax. Read more...
Rob Little’s outlook on life can be summed-up in two words: Pure Optimism. At a young age, he developed and nurtured an upbeat philosophy about life. In a recent interview he revealed, "In elementary school, kids would always pull food away from me at lunchtime saying mean, hurtful things like… 'Let go of my sandwich!' Fortunately, Rob’s ability to see things in a positive light, coupled with 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...
Perhaps best known as the comedian who puts the cerebral in Cerebral Palsy, Josh Blue centers much of his self-deprecating act around his disability. He exploded onto the national comedy scene by capturing the attention and endearment of the country as the winner of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Having already established himself as one of the most sought-after comedians on the college circuit, Read more...
Born in New York City, Kane grew up in Rockville Centre on Long Island, attending Lynn University briefly, but ultimately returned to New York City to pursue comedy. Colin has been performing stand-up since 2002. He has had his own regular shows at Caroline's, Comix and Gotham Comedy Club. He is currently touring many major U.S. cities including Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Read more...