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Hypnotist Flip Orley @ DC Improv
No two Flip Orley shows are the same, which is why he's been a DC Improv favorite since the 1990s. Flip uses hypnosis to turn audience members into the stars of the show. He leads volunteers through twisted scenarios, getting reactions that are almost beyond belief – and he does it all without humiliating anyone. Whether you’re on stage or watching from the audience, Flip’s show is unforgettable. And no, we weren’t hypnotized into writing this.
Brandon T. Jackson @ DC Improv
Brandon has proved himself as one of the most talented young comedic actors working today, appearing in everything from sitcoms (“Mr. Robinson” in 2015) to smash-hit big-screen comedies (“Tropic Thunder”) to reality shows (“Living With Funny”). The Detroit native can also bring it as a stand-up comedian, armed with tales from the inner city, the suburbs and Hollywood. Come check out his second headlining appearance at the DC Improv!
Tony Woods @ DC Improv
A true “comedian’s comedian,” Tony started doing stand-up right here in the District. He has influenced countless stand-ups, delivering long and unforgettable bits with a signature laid-back style that completely disarms audiences. He returns to the DC Improv stage this December, and the Friday shows will be taped for an upcoming special. Come see a hometown hero at his best.
Next Wave: Jeff Maurer @ DC Improv Lounge
In 2017, the DC Improv celebrates its 25th anniversary by remembering the past –- and looking to the future. The Next Wave series features rising stars, recommended to us (and you) by some of our favorite DC Improv headliners. These are performers that comedy fans will be talking about for years to come, and this is your chance to see them up close at one of the most respected comedy venues in America. Jeff Maurer started doing comedy while also holding down a government job in Washington, DC. Many people took notice of his quick wit and sharp writing, and he eventually moved to New York and became a staff writer on HBO’s “Last Week Tonight.” Jeff is recommended by his boss, John Oliver – a fantastic comedian who headlined the Improv during his years as a “Daily Show” correspondent.
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