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Tom Papa @ DC Improv
Tom’s a master of observational comedy, laying out his side of the story with a mix of exasperation and amusement. Respected by people throughout the entertainment industry – everyone from Jerry Seinfeld to Rob Zombie is a fan – he has landed gigs as an actor and a game show host. (You can see him right now on Fox’s “Boom!”) He’s also in charge of “Come to Papa,” a podcast and radio program that features top-notch comedic and celebrity guests.
Hypnotist Flip Orley @ DC Improv
No two Flip Orley shows are the same, which is why he's been a DC Improv favorite since the 1990s. Flip uses hypnosis to turn audience members into the stars of the show. He leads volunteers through twisted scenarios, getting reactions that are almost beyond belief – and he does it all without humiliating anyone. Whether you’re on stage or watching from the audience, Flip’s show is unforgettable. And no, we weren’t hypnotized into writing this.
Rod Man @ DC Improv
The Atlanta comedy scene has produced some our favorite performers -- guys like Earthquake, Arnez J and Bruce Bruce. This April, we’ll be adding Rod Man to that list. Rod’s talents and laid-back Southern charm already propelled him to victory on “Last Comic Standing,” when he won season 8. Now they’re bringing him to the DC Improv stage to headline this club for the first time.
Craig Robinson @ DC Improv
Craig started out as a Chicago public school teacher. Now he’s teaching the world how to enjoy life. He’s famous for his movie and television roles, including star turns in “The Office,” “This is the End,” “Hot Tub Time Machine” and his very own “Mr. Robinson.” And he also puts on one hell of a live show, often mixing stand-up and music to produce an endless supply of good times.
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