Lounge

DC Comedy Showcase

DMV Comedy Showcase

Great local comics in our 60-seat showroom. With Natalie McGill, Andy Kline, Umar Khan, Desi Alexander and Ahmed Vallejos.

January 26lounge

SPOTLIGHT

DMV showcases feature excellent up-and-coming performers with ties to the DC-Baltimore area. (Every now and then we also throw in an out-of-towner for fun.) This show is in our 60-seat lounge showroom, and the comedians will perform for a total of around 90 minutes. The Improv's full food and drink menu is available.

YOUR PERFORMERS

Natalie McGill 

Natalie McGill is a Baltimore-born but DC-living comic who has performed in the Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival and has opened for acts such as Al Madrigal and Rob Cantrell. She works as a correspondent on RT America’s “Redacted Tonight.” You can follow her on Twitter at @littlenightowl.

Andy Kline 

Since getting his comedy start in Washington, DC, Andy Kline has branched out to comedy clubs across the country, in addition to regular appearances on 98 Rock and SiriusXM Radio. Andy can also be heard weekly on the acclaimed comedy podcast, Three Guys On - www.threeguyson.com, and has been seen on PBS' The Truth About Money. With a mix of strong opinions, insight, and common sense, Andy manages to be more than just funny. He manages to be memorable. See a clip on YouTube.

Umar Khan 

Umar Khan is a Baltimore comedian who has been performing regularly for the past 5 years. He’s become a regular at clubs, colleges, independent shows, and local theaters in the Baltimore and DC areas. He has performed at the Baltimore Comedy Factory, Magooby's Joke House, Creative Alliance Theater in Baltimore, and the DC Improv. Umar has had the opportunity open up for great comedians like Todd Barry and Hari Kondabolu.

Desi Alexander 

Desi Alexander is a stand-up comic/actor from Baltimore. Off stage, Desi brings the funny as a co-host on Radio One’s top radio show, "Patrick Henderson's Meet the People" on Spirit1400/WOLB 1010. He was also featured in the legendary "Showtime at the Apollo,” "House of Cards,” and HBO's “Veep.” He was also a finalist in the cast of the hit reality dating show "It Takes a Church," airing on Netflix.

Ahmed Vallejos 

Ahmed Vallejos is a favorite in the DC comedy scene who is really bad at writing bios.