September 28
Esther Povitsky
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About the Show


Price: $39 GA, $49-$54 reserved seating

When: Thursday 7:30

Spotlight: Great things come in little packages. Esther Povitsky – known to many as Little Esther – has had the comedy industry buzzing. She has jumped to the next level as a series regular on “Crazy Ex Girlfriend" and "Dollface." She continues to flourish as an actress, stand-up and podcaster -- she's a co-host of "Trash Tuesday." This show is her second headlining appearance at the DC Improv, following up on a sold-out debut in 2019.

Featuring: TBA


About the Comics

Esther Povitsky

A fixture of the L.A. comedy scene, Esther Povitsky can be seen on Hulu’s second season of "Dollface," starring alongside Kat Dennings and Shay Mitchell. Esther also co-created, co-stared and executive produced the Freeform show "Alone Together," which premiered in January 2018.

In 2017, Esther was named one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch” and performed at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, returning to the showcase that helped to launch her career as a New Face in 2013. Her first comedy special, "Hot For My Name," premiered summer 2020 on Comedy Central.

She’s had recurring roles on "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," "Love" and "Difficult People." Additionally, she guest stared in "Brooklyn 99," "Workaholics," "Key & Peele" and "Lady Dynamite."

Esther hosted the Above Average/Tru TV series "Cocktales with Little Ester," a sex-positive talk show for women, and had a beauty- and health-centric podcast, "Glowing Up," with Caroline Goldfarb, where the two went on a journey to find their inner glowly goddess. She currently co-hosts the podcast "Trash Tuesday" with Khalyla Kuhn and Annie Lederman.

Jenny Questell

Jenny Questell is a comedian based in Washington, D.C. She hosts the "Isn't It Romantic" podcast with Martin Phillips.

Denise Taylor knew she wanted to be a comedian ever since her fourth grade teacher called her a "ringleader" for distracting the class with jokes. At 26, Denise's sharp material and commanding stage presence has led her to open for several national touring headliners, including Judah Friedlander, Chris Gethard, Kamau Bell, Moshe Kasher, and many more. Denise is currently a contributor for The Onion. She also appears frequently on two of DC's most popular comedy shows: Fale University and The Time Machine Roast. Follow her on Twitter at @denidenitaytay.