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Thursday, June 1

Mondo Baltimore Presents W is War at Windup Space

7PM – Batshit Filipino Cinema!
A clip show of crazy Filipino grindhouse knock-offs… I’m pretty sure you’ll see one of our favorites, Weng Weng, make an appearnace here.

8PM – W is War
(1983, Willy Milan)
In a dystopian future not at all similar to the one depicted in Mad Max, Agent W is a one-man army that must take on slew of opium smugglers with awesome names like Nosfero, Pendragon, & Voltar, in one of the zaniest action flicks ever to come out of the Philippines!

Friday, June 2

Jay Chandrasekhar at Arlington Drafthouse

Broken Lizard member and Super Troopers breakout Jay Chandrasekhar does standup comedy when not appearing at film screenings or writing memoirs. -Matt Byrne

also June 3

Saturday, June 3

Story District presents Out/Spoken: Queer, Questioning, Bold, and Proud @ 9:30 Club

For the sixth year in a row Story District takes over the 9:30 Club for a Pride themed story telling session. Expect to laugh, cry, etc. -Kaylee Dugan

Sunday, June 4

Underground Comedy at Wonderland Ballroom

Great venue. Great local comedy. Great way to close the weekend.

Monday, June 5

David Lynch Foundation Presents: A Night of Laughter & Song @ Kennedy Center

No one brings people together like David Lynch. -Kaylee Dugan

Thursday, June 8

Jenny Zigrino @ Drafthouse Comedy

Do you like Bad Santa 2? Do you like Adam DeVine’s House Party? Then you definitely like Jenny Zigrino. -Kaylee Dugan

Friday, June 9

W. Kamau Bell @ Arlington Drafthouse

W. Kamau Bell rules, he’s the host of like six different podcasts as well as the CNN documentary series United Shades of America, which picks up where his provocative series Totally Biased, left off. Oh and he’s one of the best comics working today. -Matt Byrne

Saturday, June 10

Chris Gethard @ Arlington Drafthouse

Chris Gethard’s podcast, Beautiful/Anonymous, pits the acclaimed comic/talk show host/writer/etc. up against an anonymous caller, for an intimate, sometimes troubling, sometimes inspirational conversation. Live recordings of the show up the stakes further, making for an unforgettably weird experience for all involved. -Matt Byrne

Liza Treyger @ Kennedy Center

NYC via Chicago comic Liza Treyger is one of the most effortlessly gifted comics you’ll ever see live. Her smart, subversive comedy is cloaked in a guise of faux ignorance and joyful meanness. Liza’s the best. -Matt Byrne

Wednesday, June 14

Habit Patterns: A Night of 1950’s Psychological PSA’s

Thursday, June 15

Michael Che @ Howard Theatre

SNL news cohost Michael Che’s live performances offer a sharper, more provocative take on the political commentary and topical jokes he’s been known for behind the desk. -Matt Byrne

Friday, June 16

Nikki Glaser @ DC Improv

Host of Comedy Central’s Not Safe with Nikki Glaser (as well as Nikki & Sara Live), Nikki Glaser, is an extremely hardworking and super funny comic who you should make a point to see live whenever possible. -Matt Byrne

also June 17 and 18

Saturday, June 17

Marcella Arguello @ Drafthouse Comedy

Named an LA Comedian to Watch in 2017, Marcella Arguello is no stranger to “next big thing” status, and for good reason. She’s incredibly funny and a huge personality, with a cutting take on all things provocative, both personal and political. -Matt Byrne

also June 16

Sunday, June 18

John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous @ Meyerhoff

John Mulaney’s taking his new show, Kid Gorgeous, on the road this summer, selling out huge venues in underserved markets from Portland, ME to Scottsdale, AZ. Mulaney’s never been hotter, this is his first standup tour following the acclaimed Broadway run of Oh, Hello!, with fellow megatalent Nick Kroll. -Matt Byrne

also June 19

Wednesday, June 21

Comedy Potluck at Wonderland Ballroom

Comedy for weirdos.

Thursday, June 22

BenDeLaCreme @ Birchmere

The classic text by the Italian poet gets a re-imagined makeover by this drag superstar for a fabulous evening of laughs, smart mouthed puppets and burlesque dance!

June 22-25

Russell Peters at DC Improv

There’s a reason why all of these shows are sold out.

Saturday, June 24


Welcome to Awkward Sex… and the City. Come watch some of finest comedic storytellers relive their most embarrassing sexual experiences on stage just for your pleasure. Who doesn’t want to watch a bunch of ridiculously talented and sexy ladies make you laugh about their awkward sexual experiences? Kinky.

Tuesday, June 27

The Time Machine Roast at Dupont Underground

A (totally real and functioning) time machine has gone haywire, and famous people throughout history are being transported through time to the Dupont Underground. What happens when historical figures share a stage? They burn each other with hilarious jokes, just like the roasts you’ve seen on TV. Watch some of DC’s favorite local comics get into character (and costume) to play the roles of history’s most famous figures — from musicians and scientists to emperors and warlords — and roast each other right in front of you. The jokes might be mean, but they’re never too soon.

Wednesday, June 28

It’s Spaghetti! Tim & Eric All Night

Friday, June 30

Alex Moffat at Arlington Drafthouse

SNL baby