DC Comedy Showcase

DMV Comedy Showcase

Great local comics in our 60-seat showroom. With Wendy Wroblewski, Denise Taylor, Katherine Jessup, Theresa Concepcion and Brittany Carney.

March 30lounge


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.


Brittany Carney 

Brittany Carney is a stand-up comedian based in Washington, DC. She is a producer of the comedic lecture series Fale University, and a repeat guest comic on the variety satire Church Night DC. Other highlight experiences include 202 Comedy Festival, Nerdist's Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction Live, and Don't Block the Box. See a clip on YouTube.

Theresa Concepcion 

Theresa Concepcion is a lawyer by day, comic at night and has performed in venues all across the DMV. She has also appeared on Roland Martin’s TVOne News Now. Originally from New Jersey by way of Puerto Rico, her comedy focuses on her family life and experiences as a single professional in the city.

Katherine Jessup 

Katherine Jessup hopes you like her comedy, but it's cool if you don't. (You probably will though.) Commanding stages with the winsome charm of your slightly too honest best friend, her comedy's been described as sublime, profoundly relatable, and also available for birthday parties. She performs around the country and hosts a dope podcast (Advice! with Dave & Kat).

Wendy Wroblewski 

Wendy Wroblewsi is a math tutor and office temp from Gaithersburg, Maryland. She performs comedy all over the Washington DC metro area. She was recently a guest on the Betches of Comedy show in Washington DC, opening for Liza Treyger. See a clip on YouTube.

Denise Taylor 

Denise Taylor is a stand-up comic who performs all over the DC area. She's wanted to be a comedian ever since her fourth grade teacher called her a "ringleader" for distracting the class with jokes. Denise goes to law school now, where teachers are still frustrated with her. She loves two things: satire and attention. See a clip on YouTube.