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Gary Owen @ DC Improv
Energy and honesty have made Gary into one of the most popular touring comics in America. He’s also a crossover act unlike any you’ve ever seen – this is a guy who once won the title of “Funniest Black Comic in San Diego.” Fresh off a huge appearance at Constitution Hall in March 2016, he’ll be back in DC (where he used to be stationed during his military career) this summer. He sold out ten shows when we had him here in late 2014 …
Ron Funches @ DC Improv
If you hear uncontrollable giggling, it’s one of two things: 1) People who are giddy to see Ron Funches. 2) Ron Funches. You usually don’t describe a grown man as cuddly, but it’s the perfect word for Ron. He’s a got a sunny demeanor, a cartoon-character voice and a body built for comfort -- and he uses that exterior to get away with saying some seriously funny, out-there things. Ron was already an underground stand-up sensation before starring on the NBC sitcom “Undateable” and crushing all foes on Comedy Central’s “@midnight.” Join his growing army of fans this summer.
JB Smoove @ DC Improv
No one makes a stronger comedy impression than JB Smoove – for years, he has been stealing the show with roles on the big screen (like in “Top Five”) and the small screen (like on “Curb Your Enthusiasm”). He’s also a truly gifted live performer, whether serving as a host (like on “Last Comic Standing”) or a headliner. He’s back on our stage for the first time since 2013 … join the fun!
The Bentzen Ball Presents: Bridget Everett - Pound It! @ The Lincoln Theatre
The Bentzen Ball Presents: Bridget Everett Pound It! Friday, October 28, 2016 Doors: 6:30 pm Show starts at 8:00 pm The Lincoln Theatre Washington, DC $30 BYT invites you to The 8th Annual Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival, curated by Tig Notaro! Join us for a special Bentzen Ball edition of Bridget Everett - Pound It! Bridget Everett has been called "the most exciting performer in New York City" on the cover of the Village Voice, and "raw and riotous" by The New York Times. Her film, theater and television credits include "Inside Amy Schumer," "Two Broke Girls," Sex And The City, and the Judd-Apatow produced film "Trainwreck" and the HBO series “Girls”. Everett has headlined the U.S. extensively and has taken comedy festivals by storm. See more Bentzen Ball shows at
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