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Last Podcast on the Left @ DC Improv
The Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival (presented by BYT) is back at the DC Improv! Last Podcast on the Left is a comedy podcast that covers all the horrors our world has to offer both imagined and real, from demons and aliens to cults and serial killers. Each week, three comedians investigate spooky and violent events in history using gallows humor and detailed research and prove that the true crime community isn't just for "doctors" with "expertise" in their "field." The Last Podcast is guaranteed to satisfy your blood lust and make you laugh at things you will probably feel guilty about later. Showtime is 3:30 (doors 2:30). Recommended for Mature Audiences.
wellRED Comedy Tour @ DC Improv
EARLY SHOW IS SOLD OUT! TIckets available for 9:15. After selling out the Improv in June, the "liberal rednecks" are coming back for more. This show gives you three southern comics. Trae Crowder (of YouTube fame), Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester are comedy writing partners with a bunch of viral videos to their names. They’re also top-notch stand-up comics, who are now touring the country to bring laughs to their fans in person.
Bob Marley @ DC Improv
In his home state of Maine, Bob could probably shoot a man in broad daylight and get off scot free. He’s that damn popular. He’s got an endless supply of stories about his family, his childhood and New England living (he has the record for the world’s longest stand-up show). And it’s all served up with good-natured, blue-collar attitude. He’s one of the most likable comics we know.
Adam Ferrara @ DC Improv
If you have a TV, then you’ve probably seen Adam Ferrara. He’s been a regular on network shows for years – both as a talk show guest and as a regular on sitcoms and dramatic shows. Lately, he’s been conquering cable. Adam hosts the American version of “Top Gear” on the History Channel and he starred opposite Edie Falco on Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie.” Before that, he proudly played Chief Needles on the hit FX drama "Rescue Me." And in his spare time, he's one of the best stand-ups around.
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