This weekend is a pretty big deal for comedian Jerrod Carmichael. He’s headlining the DC Improv for the first time — with five shows Friday through Sunday — and on Saturday, his first stand-up special, “Jerrod Carmichael: Love at The Store,” premieres on HBO.
The third Bentzen Ball boasts new venues, new comedians, local showcases and an exclusive Shake Shack custard. Read on to learn about some of the lower-profile comedians you shouldn’t miss when the fest starts Oct. 1.
After “Chappelle’s Show” ended in 2006, Charlie Murphy could have coasted on four words — “I’m Rick James, b----!” — for the rest of his career.
Broken Lizard member Jay Chandrasekhar may be most famous for sporting a formidable mustache in the comedy troupe’s 2001 cult hit “Super Troopers."
The Oddball Comedy tour was set to hit Jiffy Lube Live on Thursday but the event was canceled on Monday.
The trio are friends who co-star in the indie movie “Camp Takota” and have been dubbed YouTube’s Holy Trinity.
The comedian runs a bar on TBS’ “Sullivan & Son," the sitcom he co-created with Rob Long.
For the most part, TV’s “Meltdown” is a shortened version of the live show: Ray and Nanjiani tell jokes and talk to the audience, followed by short stand-up sets.
Like much of his work over the past 30-plus years, the songs are smart, silly and musically sound.
For five weeks, The Source will host a number of improvised performances from its company ensembles.