American actor and stand-up comic Tony Rock, the younger brother of actor Chris Rock, grew up in Bedford-Stuyvesant, one of the toughest neighborhoods in Brooklyn. His first big break came when he booked some comedy gigs in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and soon after he was named one of the hot young talents to come out of New York in 'The Hollywood Reporter.' In April 2001, he starred in the pilot for the ABC series "Me and My Needs" and later he got a job hosting the short-lived game show "Can You Tell?" Tony has lent his voice to the show "Battle Bots," and he is best known for his role as Dirk Black in the CW series "All Of Us."
Tickets for the UP Comedy Club can be purchased over the phone at (312) 337-3992 or online at UP Comedy Club.
UP Comedy Club Box Office
230 W. North Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
Box Officer hours:
If you're hungry or looking for a drink, we have a full Bar and Appetizer Menu available throughout all performances.
UP Comedy Club has a nightclub atmosphere and alcohol is served. Our shows contain adult content and language. Most of our shows are the equivalent of an R-rated movie. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian when coming to the 11pm shows due to Chicago curfew laws. Please note we're not able to admit anyone under the age of 10. The Second City is best for savvy teen and adult audiences.
If you require special seating or accommodations (Wheelchair-bound, Hearing Impaired, Visually Impaired) please contact our box office at (312)337-3992 to ensure the best service.
Want to join a larger party but pay separately? Give us a call 312.337.3992 and we'll sure you're seated with your party.