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Halloween Whodunit @ DC Improv
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Die Laughing Productions is back and ready to scare up some laughs with Halloween Whodunit. You're on the set of a horror movie titled: The Friday the 13th After Next. Things takes a horrific turn and the movie set becomes a crime scene. Lights, camera, Murder! You will see dead people. Halloween Whodunit stars 98 Rock’s Justin Schlegel, DC Improv favorites, Rob Maher, Erik Woodworth, Tommy Sinbazo, Kim Ambrose, Joe Robinson and most importantly, you the audience. This is an interactive spooky spectacular. One of you might even be the killer. Showing up dressed as your favorite ghoul or goblin is encouraged as are tricks and treats. Eat. Drink. Laugh. Solve a murder. We'll see you October 25.
SOLD OUT - The Bentzen Ball Presents: How Did This Get Made Live! @ Lincoln Theatre
$35.00 / $35.00
The Bentzen Ball Presents How Did This Get Made Live! Oct 27th, 2017 Howling II Screening / 6:00pm Doors / 6:30pm Show HDTGM / 8:00pm Doors / 9:00pm Show Lincoln Theatre / 1215 U Street NW $35 Tickets
$40 Ticket +
$116.66 All-Access Lincoln Pass SOLD OUT Featuring:
June Diane Raphael
SOLD OUT - The Bentzen Ball Presents Al Franken & Ira Glass @ Lincoln Theatre
$45.00 / $55.00
The Bentzen Ball Presents Al Franken: Giant of the Senate & Ira Glass: Giant of the Radio Oct 29th, 2017 / 6:30pm Doors / 8:00pm Show Lincoln Theatre / 1215 U Street NW $45 Tickets SOLD OUT $55 Tickets + copy of Al Franken, Giant of the Senate SOLD OUT $116.66 All-Access Lincoln Pass SOLD OUT
The Bentzen Ball & W Hotel Present: What She Said @ W Hotel Washington DC
Mix, mingle, get inspired. Join W Washington DC and Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival for a power talk, W style with some of the most influential women in the business of comedy moderated by Elahe Izadi, Pop Culture writer for Washington Post. Featuring Tig Notaro, One Mississippi Cheryl Hines, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Bad Moms Christmas Stephanie Allynne, One Mississippi Friday, October 27th 5:30PM - 8:00PM Panel begins at 6:00PM POV at W Washington DC 515 15th Street NW Ticket proceeds and 20% of Kendra Scott pop-up shop sales will be donated to Waterkeeper Alliance, a nonprofit solely focused on clean water. Complimentary Peroni, glass of Veuve Clicquot and more Stay connected: @whoteldc #WHATSHESAID
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