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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.)
Chris D'Elia @ DC Improv
Chris D’Elia is in high demand as one of today’s most charismatic and energetic comedians. He was already an accomplished stand-up when he was cast as the male lead on “Whitney.” And the exposure from that show pushed his career into overdrive. In 2015 alone, he starred in the third season of “Undateable,” released a new Netflix special and appeared on Comedy Central’s hugely popular roast of Justin Bieber. This June, you can have a special treat: Seeing him up close at the DC Improv.
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.
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