Washington, DC: December 30 – January 1st!

 

**WASHINGTON, DC PEEPS!**

I’m headed down to DC tomorrow to do 4 shows over the holiday weekend. DC is always a special place for me as it’s where I learned about and started comedy. I respect the scene there tremendously. The comics that come out of DC are always some of the best around, and I learn from them every time I go back. Many of my oldest comedy friends are peeps I met almost 12 years ago there. It’s probably where I’m gonna eventually finish comedy several decades from now too. I haven’t been to our nation’s capital in a little while, and I’m trying to get into the city before homeboy gets in there and wrecks the place to pieces. I’m doing 4 really fun shows, and I’m real excited about them. Would love to see and hang with old friends and meet new ones as always. Can’t wait. Let’s do it! Happy New Year!!!!

Shows and Links:

Friday, December 30th:
10:00pm – Arlington Drafthouse Green Room
http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/drafthouse/event.aspx?eid=1412

11:30pm – Big Hunt
http://www.undergroundcomedydc.com/big-hunt.html

Saturday, December 31st:
9:00pm – partying all night
http://downtowncountdown.net/washington-dc/parties_washington-dc-hilton_1919-connecticut-ave-nw-washington-dc

Sunday, January 1st:
8:00pm – Wonderland Ballroom
http://www.thewonderlandballroom.com/event/underground-comedy-wonderland-ballroom/2017-01-01/

CNBC’s “Common Cents” – Episode 1

I was recently hired to write and host some man-on-the-street segments for CNBC’s “Common Cents”.  Here is episode one.  It’s been a ton of fun with a crew of awesome people.  More episodes will be posted in the future – HERE!

New York City Crime Report with Pat Dixon


Last week I was a panel guest on my man Pat Dixon’s Show “New York City Crime Report.” It was a ton of fun with a bunch of funny people.  If you subscribe to Compound Media, you can login and check it out HERE!

 

New York Comedy Festival – “Anyone Can Be President, Even Us”

picThe 2016 race to the White House is clearly one of the most bizarre in American political history. Each week, comedians Brendan Fitzgibbons and Lance Weiss invite NYC’s top comedians, writers and news contributors for a comedy show that is strictly, 100% based on the 2016 election and all its’ zany ridiculousness.

New York Comedy Festival – Thursday, November 3rd @ 11:55pm @ Carolines on Broadway!

Info/Lineup – HERE!