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Snore & Roar: Great Cats @ Smithsonian's National Zoo
Imagine falling asleep to the sounds of the roaring lions, or being awakened by the bark of the sea lions at play. Now don't imagine it, do it at the Smithsonian's National Zoo's Snore & Roar with the Great Cats! Perch your tent on Lion/Tiger Hill and prepare for a wild time. Snore & Roar is an adult-only program and includes a keeper-led tour of an exhibit area, wine and cheese, Zoo activities, a guided tour of the Zoo, and a breakfast snack. Tickets go on sale April 11 and are $150 for FONZ Members and $180 for nonmembers. Want to learn more about Friends of the National Zoo? FONZ.org/join
Dave Attell @ DC Improv
Dave built his following the old fashioned way: He earned it. Starting in New York, he eventually took to the road, sharing his ”very adult” comedy with audiences across the country. By the time Comedy Central signed him to do “Insomniac,” he was already one of the most popular touring stand-ups. Dave is still a presence on TV, with “Dave’s Old Porn,” “Comedy Underground” and appearances on the late night talk shows. And he continues to cement his status as one of the all-time great club comics.
Nikki Glaser @ DC Improv
At a young age, Nikki has done it all. She has traveled the country as a road comic, hosted a hit podcast, and starred a few of her own TV shows – the latest being Comedy Central’s “Not Safe.” Fearless and frank, she’s bold and hilarious when talking about sex, relationships and all the other fun stuff that no one really understands. This is one of the rising stars of comedy, and this is your chance to see her live.
Geek Night Comedy @ DC Improv Lounge
Geek Night Comedy is a stand-up comedy show created and run by geeks, for geeks. It includes a unique hybrid of both standup and improv. In its 5-year history, the group has run successful shows at the Virginia Beach & Richmond Funny Bones, here at the
. Improv, the Orlando Improv, and Awesome Con, their partners in this year's event! Past shows have received news coverage from local TV stations, as well as print coverage in The Virginian-Pilot, Inside Business and Sirius-XM's wildly popular "Monsters in the Morning." Charity is important to the Geek's Night, and their productions have raised thousands for ALS-TDI, the leading research group in the fight against ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), and will be doing so once again here at the DC Improv by giving away FREE passes to Awesome Con, along with other great items and collectables from local video game & comic book shops via our $1.00 raffle! A portion of door sales will also benefit this awesome non-profit.
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