The DC Improv Comedy Club is featuring a special local comedy showcase in our Comedy Lounge. DC is notorious for launching the careers of such comedy greats as, Dave Chappelle, Lewis Black, Tommy Davidson and Wanda Sykes. Five local comedians will be performing. If you are looking for a great night out, then look no further.
Hosted by: Ayanna Dookie
# Michael Aronin - Michael Aronin is a nationally acclaimed speaker who teaches his audiences how to get past personal shortcomings and move forward productively in their careers. Being both a comedian and motivational speaker, he is able to make this difficult topic both entertaining and enlightening.His outstanding efforts have been recognized by such prominent media sources as ABC TV, CBS TV, NBC TV, Fox Television, The Baltimore Sun, and The Baltimore Business Journal. Michael will captivate your audience and provide them with a new positive outlook on setting and obtaining goals.
# Damone Miller - After 8 years in the US Army Damone Miller began performing all over DC and is now one of the most heard voices on the local scene. Combining goofy energy with minimal wit he can command the stage. Formerly known as Tim Miller, Damone had to go through a name change for business reasons but the jokes are just as funny. He can be heard on XM Satellite Radio and can be seen on Comcast-on-Demand. See you at the show.
# Rob Maher - Rob started his comedy career in Northern Virginia. He quickly became the greatest comedian of all time. It wasn't long before his humor was curing cancer and feeding the homeless. Rob has worked with Charlie Murphy, Lewis Black, Pablo Franciso and Frank Caliendo. He can also be heard regularly on Baltimore's 98 Rock.
# Sean Gabbert - A native of Washington, DC, Sean Gabbert has been featured on XM radio, and Comcast On Demand. He performs regionally in clubs and colleges, throughout the east coast and Midwest, and is huge in Denmark.
The DC Improv Comedy Lounge will be serving food and beverages.
Official Website: http://www.dcimprov.com
Added by thedcimprov on March 10, 2009