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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!
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.
Sommore @ DC Improv
The “Queen of Comedy” is coming back to the Improv. Sommore is a trailblazing performer, serving with distinction as the first female host of BET’s Comic View. Since that sensational beginning, she has toured the country countless times over, produced two of her own comedy specials and popped up in a bunch of hit movies.
Adam Ferrara @ DC Improv
If you have a TV, then you’ve probably seen Adam Ferrara. He’s been a regular on network shows for years – both as a talk show guest and as a regular on sitcoms and dramatic shows. Lately, he’s been conquering cable. Adam hosts the American version of “Top Gear” on the History Channel and he starred opposite Edie Falco on Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie.” Before that, he proudly played Chief Needles on the hit FX drama "Rescue Me." And in his spare time, he's one of the best stand-ups around.
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