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Deon Cole @ DC Improv
Deon has established himself as one of the funniest and most irreverent voices on the comedy scene. Through his stand-out segments on “Conan,” his guest roles on “Black-ish” and his fantastic live shows, he makes one hell of an impression. Come check out his return to the DC Improv stage this Halloween weekend!
Judah Friedlander @ DC Improv
Treat yourself to a championship-caliber night. The World Champion has been seen on “30 Rock,” in “Wet Hot American Summer,” and doing all kinds of videos for Major League Soccer. He’s a strong contender for president in 2016, and this October he’s bringing his campaign back to his hometown. (He’s a Montgomery County native!)
David Sedaris @ Lisner Auditorium
$40 / $40
With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America’s pre-eminent humor writers. The great skill with which he slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness proves that Sedaris is a master of satire and one of the most observant writers addressing the human condition today. Tickets $40-$50
SOLD OUT - The Bentzen Ball Presents: Stuff You Should Know Live @ The Lincoln Theatre
The Bentzen Ball Presents: Stuff You Should Know Saturday, October 29, 2016 Doors: 5:30 pm Show starts at 6:30 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 Stuff You Should Know, the award-winning podcast hosted by Chuck Bryant and Josh Clark and produced by the venerable website HowStuffWorks. Twice weekly since 2008, Stuff You Should Know has released a mind-addling array of episodes, cracking open the mechanics, history and cultural and scientific impact of topics like: Ouija boards, asteroid mining, termites, the use of MDMA to treat mental illness, the game of horseshoes, gender reassignment surgery, what would happen if the Earth stopped spinning, Barbie(r) dolls, peak oil, the effects of going without sleep, bioluminescence, disco, icebergs, the fat tax and so on and so on, totaling more than 800 episodes and adding two more every Tuesday and Thursday. See more Bentzen Ball shows at
Heads up to parents: Josh and
get a little blue in their live shows sometimes and the themes and the jokes sometimes run toward the morbid, racy and grown-up end of the spectrum.
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