THE CROOKED COMEDY
NOW OPEN AT THE SLASH RUN!
The journey began back in 2010 when after yapping on and on about trying to do stand up comedy, I finally decided to take a class at the DC IMPROV.
From my first time stepping on that stage and telling jokes I fell madly in love with stand up comedy. It's made me very happy, sad, crazy, and back again many times. I wouldn't give it up for anything.
I welcome you to come with me on the next steps of this journey and come see me and other great comics at Crooked Comedy and sign up for updates, tours, shows, thoughts, ramblings and other events.
VILLAIN & SAINT
This open mic is open to 10 talented comics who are able to attend the 6:30pm - 8:00pm show starting EVERY Wednesday night in May 2016.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to get booked
BETHESDA METRO is a 5 min. walk and there is plenty of parking on site.
7141 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesda, MD 20814
This open mic is open to 10 talented comics who are able to attend the 8:00pm - 10:00pm show starting EVERY Tuesday night in September 2016.
GEORGIA AVE. METRO is a 18 min. walk and there is plenty of street parking.
201 Upshur St. Washington, DC 20011
SHOW HOURS & LOCATION
The Villain & Saint Comedy Night
Wednesday Nights: 6pm - 8pm
7141 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesda MD 20814
Tuesday Nights: 8pm - 10pm
201 Upshur St. NW Washington DC 20011
Your Host: Simone
Host: Alex Espinoza
Has been doing comedy since 2010, and created Crooked Comedy DC to give back to the growing DC comedy scene and provide an opportunity for comics to get stage time and promote their skills.
Has particicpated in open mics and shows in NYC, PHILLY, and DC. Been an actor and writer for sketch comedy and writes for a soports blog called www.redskinscapitalconnection.com
Simone is a Washington DC artist who has performed standup comedy on the main stages of Arlington Drafthouse and DC Improv for nationally touring headliners such as Amir K, Bob Marley, Cristela Alonzo, Fortune Feimster, Pete Davidson, Tommy Davidson, and Iliza Shlesinger.
With his distinctive perspective on American life and politics combines with a laid-back, friendly delivery, Simone evokes an animated, clever, and funny act. His eye for the absurdities of cultural politics and his unique writing and performance style wows audiences. Audience members have called him "hilarious" and "hysterically funny", while bookers have labeled Simone "brilliant" and a "rising star"