Improbable Comedy presents Stand Up at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Oct 9, In Person

Improbable Comedy presents Stand Up at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Oct 9, In Person

On Stage at Joe’s presents Improbable Comedy in:
Stand Up at Joe’s

Saturday, October 9, 2021, at 7 pm

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium.

Masks are required for this in-person event.

We can’t wait to see you at Improbable Comedy’s “Mother of All Comedy” show outdoors at Joe’s July 17th at 7:00 pm!

Please make sure to wear a mask. We have a few chairs set and ready for our audience members but please feel free to bring your own chair if you would like!

If you have any questions please email us at or call us at (301) 699-1819

Tickets $20 General Admission; $10 Seniors, Veterans, Under 16. Click here.

Comedy Night: Alex Scott and Friends at the Publick Playhouse, May 19

Comedy Night: Alex Scott and Friends at the Publick Playhouse, May 19

Comedy Night: Alex Scott and Friends

Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 8pm

Note: this performance contains adult-oriented material that may not be suitable for children under 18 years.

Location: Prince George’s Publick Playhouse

Born and raised in the D.C. area, Alex Scott has been featured on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam and BET’s Coming to the Stage and Comic View and regularly performs at the hottest clubs in New York and L.A. Get ready to laugh all night long when he comes to the Playhouse stage with some of his funniest friends.

Tickets: $15/person.

Stand-up Comedy Fundraiser for the Bowie Fire Department at the Bowie CPA, Sep 15

Stand-up Comedy Fundraiser for the Bowie Fire Department at the Bowie CPA, September 15

Stand Up Comedy Night to benefit the Bowie Volunteer Fire Department
Tuesday, September 15, 2015, 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Location: Bowie Center for the Performing Arts.

Kaleidoscope Comedy presents a stand-up comedy show to benefit the Bowie Volunteer Fire Departments.

Tickets are $25 and are available at the door or may be purchased in advance online here.

Parental advisory: PG-rated

Comics include:

Lucas Bohn, has appeared in Atlantic City, Vegas and Carnival Cruise Lines
LUCAS BOHN is energetic with an edge. The perfect blend of schoolboy charm and bad-boy charisma, his comedy is both smart and audacious. Known as the little guy who generates big laughs, Lucas has shared the stage with Dave Chapelle, Jimmy Fallon, and Kevin Hart. Lucas’ high-energy shows and hilarious impersonations make him an instant hit with audiences of all ages. In 2013 Lucas was nominated “Comedian of the Year” by Campus Activities Magazine.

Allan Goodwin has appeared on HBO, Fox, Las Vegas, Funny Bone Comedy
Big Al Goodwin is one of the funniest and respected comics on the circuit today. Creative and loveable, Big Al can do any room, anywhere, anytime. A comedy veteran of more than fifteen years, Big Al has worked in almost every area of the country on every level including corporations, large military events, private parties and bar mitzvahs. Big Al connects with his audiences–getting them to appreciate the lighter side of their own lives relating his observations and experiences. Big Al was a winner on America’s Funniest People, he has been interviewed on The Billy Bush Show, and he has been seen in numerous commercials on PBS. Having played almost every club and college in the country, Big Al progressed to larger venues and theaters opening for Jim Gaffigan, Dave Chappelle, Wayne Brady and Steven Wright. Big Al was a finalist in HBO’s Lucky 21 Contest where he represented the East Coast in the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. If you haven’t experienced a Big Al performance…put this on your must do list and bring some friends. Laughter at a Big Al show is always guaranteed.

Irwin Loring has appeared in Atlantic City, Gotham, NY and Comcast on Demand
It all began when he was 16 years old watching an HBO comedy special featuring David Brenner , he wanted to be a comedian. On a Friday night in November 2006 in Rockville, Maryland, Irwin began to act on that dream. He finally took the stage for the first time. Since then, he has been on stage hundreds of times. He has performed in comedy clubs, bars, and even at his own high school reunion. His comedy revolves around his family, relationships, religion, and society in general. He was raised in a farming community in upstate New York, by a single Jewish mother household. He blames his mother for his bizarre views on parenting, and his overall outlook on life. He brings an energy to the room that makes audiences laugh wherever he performs. His style can be described as a mix of David Brenner and George Carlin, with a touch of Don Rickles.