June 24 - 26
Nore Davis
Main Room / Comedy Central / HBO
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About the Show

 

Price: Tables for 2, 4 or 6. $25 per seat Thursday, $30 per seat weekend

When: Thursday 7:30, Friday 7 / 9:30, Saturday 7 / 9:30

Spotlight: COVID regulations are in effect for these shows. Nore Davis has released his fourth comedy album, filmed his first Comedy Central Half Hour special and made two late night television appearances on "Conan." Now he headlines the DC Improv for the first time!

Featuring: Paris Sashay and Haywood Turnipseed Jr.

 

About the Comics

Nore Davis

Nore Davis (official website) has released his third comedy album, "Too Woke," filmed his first Comedy Central Half Hour special, made two late night television appearances (including an interview) on Conan, was featured on the final season of the hit HBO show "2 Dope Queens," released his first comedy special "You Guys Are Dope" on Amazon Prime, was a recurring host for Marvel’s digital series "Let’s Play," and was featured in season two of Comedy Central’s "Thank You, Goodnight." Past credits include HBO’s "Boardwalk Empire" and "Succession" and Comedy Central’s "Inside Amy Schumer." He was a comedy writer producing 74 sketches and segments for Seriously.tv under Complex.

Paris Sashay (official website) is a comedienne, actor, writer and producer from Washington D.C., currently living in New York. She was featured in the New Faces showcase at the Just For Laughs comedy festival and has appeared on "50 Central" on BET. In 2018 she starred in an episode of "Unprotected Sets" on EPIX, filmed at the DC Improv.

During the day Haywood Turnipseed Jr. (official website) is a Husband, a Dad, a Telephone Man, and a Jedi; at night he becomes a Stand-Up Comic, and occasionally a Sith Lord. Haywood likes both Michael Jackson's & Prince's Music; Hip-Hop; The Pittsburgh Steelers Football Team; Mambo Sauce on chicken wings; and Laughing. Originally from the Holy Land of Indiana, Haywood graduated from high school in Moon Township, Pa., attended two semesters at Waynesburg College, then enlisted in the US Air Force.