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"Washingtonhas been the home of a number of very good comics and a few great ones (Wanda Sykes, Dave Chappelle, Lewis Black, Martin Lawrence). Erin Jackson could be next in line." —TheWashingtonPost
Armed with a megawatt smile and a pocket full of dreams, Erin Jackson is poised to conquer the world of stand-up. In fact, she’d probably be well on her way to superstardom by now if her friends and family hadn’t spent so many years hating on her dreams and stealing her joy.
Since first making a name for herself at colleges and east coast comedy clubs,Erin's warm, conversational style and relatable humor have helped to propel her onto the national stage. She has performed on"The Ellen DeGeneres Show"andComedy Central’s "Live atGotham,"and she was a semifinalist on season 6 ofNBC’s "Last Comic Standing."Erin has appeared onVH-1,TBSandIFC, and has been panelist on pop-culture countdown shows, such as “Best Movie Kisses” and “Sexiest Hollywood Geeks.” She was featured most recently on TV Guide Network’s “StandUp in Stilettos,” and is currently touring the country as part of the “Pumps & Punchlines” theatre tour.
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The first show of any night is the "early" show. All other shows are "late" shows. Early shows are seated by time of arrival. The earlier you get to the club, the better your seat will be. Late shows have assigned seating by time of ticket purchase. The earlier you buy tickets, the better your seats will be.
DOOR TIMES: Doors usually open at 6:30 when the early show is at 8. (When the early show is at 7, we open at 6.) Seating for late shows usually begins 30 minutes before showtime. If you purchased tickets to a late show and would like to be seated together with another party, call the Improv at 202-296-7008 and inform us ahead of time.