DC Improv Presents: Comedy Night in Leesburg
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We're happy to be back! All patrons are subject to a temperature check prior to admittance. All seating is assigned and will be socially distanced. Masks are required to be worn whenever someone is up from their seat.
Kasha Patel fills the unknown demand of Indian female comics from West Virginia. Based in Washington, DC, she loves telling jokes about her odd upbringing and science. She hosts and produces Science Comedy shows, where only science jokes and stories are allowed, in the DC area. Some describe her stand-up as "thoughtful" while others keep their unsolicited opinions to themselves. She has performed in clubs, comedy festivals, and Chinese restaurants in cities nationwide including Chicago, Boston, San Francisco and New York City. Follow her on Twitter @KashaPatel.
Lucas Bohn placed runner-up in the Magners Comedy Festival and was awarded Best of the Fest at the Detroit Comedy Festival. In addition to performing on stage, Lucas does voice-overs and has been featured on PBS, CBS, and Coastal Today. A bad boy with a good heart, Lucas has performed for charities and fundraisers such as Childhelp, Habitat for Humanity, and the George Washington Medical Center. Lucas also dedicates time to supportingf our troops by working with The Comics on Duty World Tour. Lucas tours over 45 weeks a year and headlines shows at colleges, theaters and on cruise ships all over the globe. Bohn has been hired to write commercials and voice over scripts and in 2014 Bohn teamed with the Nantucket Comedy Festival to create a teaching program for at risk youth on Nantucket Island called "Stand up and Learn". With a supersize stage presence and the swagger of guys twice his size, Lucas is a comedic force to be reckoned with.
Alex Scott is a 20-year comedy veteran with national television credits including HBO's Def Comedy Jam, BET Comic View, Roland Martin on TV One News Now, and Tru TV's Lafftracks. After leaving the U.S. Air Force with severe PTSD, Alex found himself homeless in New York for a time but used comedy, his faith and family to pull himself up and become a successful comic writing for shows such as The Arsenio Hall Show, George Lopez Show and acting opportunities in Los Angeles. He now travels the country selling out venues with his brash, honest and hilarious brand of comedy.
Cerrome Russell, born and raised in Sumter County, Ga., started his comedy career 10 years ago while serving in the United States Marine Corps. He was first exposed to a broader audience as a cast member on the 2nd Season of BET’s popular prank show Hell Date. He has traveled extensively, performing at college campuses and military installations worldwide, as well as opening for Hannibal Burress. Cerrome Russell’s comedy comes in many varieties, including Off-Center, Truthful, and of course, Country. Follow him on Twitter at @CerromeRussell.
Matt Bergman has been honing his comedy craft since he was in college pursuing a degree in criminal justice. After graduating, he realized he was afraid of criminals and decided stand-up comedy was the way to go. It was a wise move. Bergman is easily relatable and versatile, a skillset that has opened the door to collaborations with comedians like Mike Birbiglia and Bruce Bruce. Bergman’s debut album, "A Little Bit Balder Now," rose to no. 15 on the iTunes comedy charts, and he subsequently scored appearances on AXS TV’s Live at Gotham and the Comedy Central Live Tour.
Tally Ho Theater
19 West Market St SW
Leesburg, VA, 20176