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Jak Knight @ DC Improv Lounge
Another young stand-up star makes his DC Improv debut this March when Jak headlines our 60-seat lounge. The Seattle native has been getting notice for both his writing (on "Lucas Brothers Moving Company" and more) and his stand-up, appearing in the Oddball Comedy festival and opening for some big-time stars. He's got a stand-up special and an animated Netflix show in the works ... so catch him now, on his way up.
Brad Williams @ DC Improv
Brad has an “anything goes” attitude, and he also happens to be a dwarf. Those two elements combine to make one hell of an entertaining night at the club. You've seen him on Comedy Central and Showtime. Now it's time to see him in person, get a different perspective on life … and enjoy big laughs.
Chris Redd from Popstar, ABC's "Family Fortune" and Fox's "Empire" Live at Drafthouse Comedy DC @ Drafthouse Comedy DC
$20 / $20
Chris Redd is a stand up comedian, actor and writer, born in St. Louis, Missouri and moved to Chicago, IL at the age of 8. Considering himself a Chicago Native, Chris embraced his musical roots and sought to become Chicago’s next great Hip Hop artist. However it was Chicago’s vibrant comedy scene that influenced Chris and called him into comedy. While performing stand up around the city, Chris began training with the historic Second City Chicago and iO Theater Chicago. It was with that training that Chris created and produced his own stage production at the well-known Southside Chicago comedy club Jokes & Notes. Chris refined his character and sketch writing while touring with the illustrious Second City and had a brief stint on their
stage before venturing on to work at NBC on an Untitled Sketch Comedy Pilot. Chris has worked on projects including the Tina Fey produced ABC Comedy ‘Family Fortune’ as well as a small recurring role on FOX’S show EMPIRE. The biggest role to date, however, is playing Hunter the Hungry in the Lonely Island movie entitled Popstar: Never stop Never Stopping produced by Judd Apatow. Chris was deemed a New Face in the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal last year and can be seen traveling all over the world with his stand up comedy.
Ms. Pat @ DC Improv
A rough-and-tumble childhood in Atlanta saw Ms. Pat dealing drugs and having two children before she was 16. She spent her 20s raising six kids (including four of her sister’s) and scraping to get by. But the amazing stories she collected in those years became the foundation for her honest and hilarious comedy routines. Since trying her first open mic in 2003, she has never slowed down. Pat is a favorite guest on all the biggest comedy podcasts, and in 2015 she appeared on “Last Comic Standing” and “This Is Not Happening.”
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