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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
Ryan Davis @ DC Improv
Ryan Davis is a comedian whose Internet show has generated more than 100 million views in 2016 alone. His versatile comedy style has attracted a diverse audience that spans across continents. Although Ryan has seen an enormous amount of success on the Internet, he prides himself on his ability to deliver in his live stand up shows. With sold out shows across the US, Ryan is proving to be one of comedy's new rising stars.
Murder Mystery Comedy Show @ DC Improv
Die Laughing Productions is back with another hilarious whodunit Murder Mystery Comedy Show. From the people who brought you “A Merry Murder Mystery” and “The Newly Dead Game” comes “BACK TO THE '80s." You are attending an event at Glenbrook North High School in Chicago, IL. Students, faculty and alumni are gathering to open a time capsule that was planted exactly 30 years ago. But a still unsolved murder case will transport you back to that time when gas was under a dollar a gallon and cell phones were the size of a brick. This Ferris Bueller, Marty McFly and all things '80s murder mystery mashup stars 98 Rock morning show host Justin Schlegel. Joining him again will be comedians Rob Maher, Joe Robinson, Kim Ambrose, Tommy Sinbazo plus the show-stealing Erik Woodworth. However, the real stars of the show are once again, you the audience. Some of you will get to play parts in the show and all of you will guess who the murderer is. Guess right and you could win something bitchin’. Guess wrong and you’ll be a butt-head!
The Time Machine Roast @ Dupont Underground
The DC Improv is teaming up with Dupont Underground, a great cultural nonprofit that is transforming the old trolley station under Dupont Circle into one of Washington's coolest performance spaces. 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.
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