There is a dress code to enter the Power Plant Premise and the Baltimore Comedy Factory. The following is PROHIBITED:
- 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 jerseys are permitted in conjunction with sporting events)
VIP seats guarantee you the best seats AS LONG AS YOU ARRIVE at the club 45 minutes prior to showtime (otherwise you will lose your seating status). They also get you a free drink at the "Beach Bar" (excluding top shelf) prior to the show. **This drink does NOT count towards the 2 drink minimum in the show room.
A longtime fixture of radio's Howard Stern Show, comedian Jackie "The
Joke Man" Martling was born and raised on Long Island, NY. He earned a degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University in
While touring as a national headliner, Martling released three comedy
lp's, 1979's "What Did You Expect?," 1980's "Goin' Ape!," and 1981's
"Normal People Are People You Don't Know That Well." He blindly sent
the three LP's to Howard Stern upon Howard's arrival at WNBC-AM in New
York City in 1982, and Howard called him to make a guest appearance on
his radio show. in 1986, Jackie became a full-time cast member and the head writer of Stern's show.
Jackie left the show in 2001 after fifteen-year run as head writer of
the radio show, four television series, and three Pay-Per-Views. He's
released five dirty joke CD's, three videos, five joke books, and is
currently being seen in the red-hot comedy documentary, "The
Aristocrats," and over a dozen other independent films. He has owned
and operated a dirty joke line for the last 27 years, (516) 922-WINE,
and he wrote the joke page for Penthouse magazine for 17 years.
He still works all around the country, performing his solo act of
rapid-fire filthy jokes and the classic finale, "Stump The Joke Man,"
is about to release a CD of his original music entitled "Happy
Endings," and is currently doing his own radio show on Sirius Satellite
Radio 101, "Jackie's Joke Hunt.