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New York City
Ian Bagg @ DC Improv
One of the most accomplished road comics working today. Ian has performed everywhere and seen everything – he can do a show that’s entirely prepared material, or he can just mess around with a crowd for 90 minutes. It’s hilarious either way. He’s silly, bawdy and completely comfortable on stage. Already a hit with stand-up fanatics, Ian has gotten more national attention as a “Top 5” finalist in the 2015 edition of “Last Comic Standing.”
Loni Love @ DC Improv
Loni grew up in Detroit's Brewster-Douglass Housing Projects (the home of Motown's biggest stars), worked on an auto assembly line and studied engineering. She fell in love with stand-up comedy in college, and she muscled her way into the entertainment world while living in Los Angeles. Today, "America's sister" is in high demand as one of the funniest, most likable comics on the circuit, and she can be seen as a co-host of the hit talk show “The Real” and as a guest DJ on "Ellen."
DeRay Davis @ DC Improv
From the South Side of Chicago, DeRay Davis has made himself into a comedic force. After winning Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots competition, DeRay started dominating clubs all across the country. He’s also a presence in Hollywood, with roles in “21 Jump Street,” “Jumping the Broom” and the “Barbershop” movies, to name a few. And don't forget MTV2 -- he's a star on "Wild N Out," and he's the host of "Joking Off." In March 2016, he becomes a reality star with the debut of "Living With Funny" on Oxygen. VIP TICKETS: Anyone purchasing a "VIP" ticket for DeRay Davis shows is guaranteed a seat in the front rows. (Unless you have exactly four people in your group, you might share a table with other patrons.)
Roy Wood Jr. @ DC Improv
In the last year, millions of people have gotten to know Roy for his work on “The Daily Show,” and millions more remember his work on the TBS sitcom “Sullivan and Son.” But long before those gigs, Roy was known as a beast on the stand-up circuit – someone who was cracking up audiences coast to coast. He’s back in his natural environment on Labor Day weekend!
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