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Improbable Comedy: Stand Up at Highwood

When: January 13, 2018 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Where: The Highwood Theatre
914 Silver Spring Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Cost: $10-20
Date Night Live Entertainment

Join us for a night of stand-up comedy with Franqi French, Anthony Oakes, Wendy Wrobleski, Matty Litwack, and Ryan Goss. Buy your tickets now!

Saturday January 13th • 8pm • $20 online / $25 at the door

The Highwood Theatre, 914 Silver Spring Avenue. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.

Questions? Contact Kim at 301-351-2096 or

Anthony Oakes brings energy and hilarity to the stage every time he performs. From North Carolina by way of DC, he got his start with the comedy program, In Laughing Color. He is a rising star in the DMV and he now produces his own shows and hosts the radio show Thursday Night Tea with Anthony on Listen Vision Studios.

Wendy Wroblewski is a stand-up comedian and math tutor from Gaithersburg, Maryland. A regular at the DC Improv, she performs comedy all over the Washington, DC metro area. She was a guest on the Underground Comedy Festival and the DC stop of the Betches of Comedy tour. She won the 7th edition of the DC Improv’s Comedy Kumite tournament. She has opened for Adam Cayton-Holland, Gary Gulman, Ryan Hamilton, John Heffron, Brent Morin, Mike Recine, Chris Redd, Liza Treyger, and Bengt Washburn. She hosts Comedy Central Radio Live on Sirius XM Channel 95.

Matty Litwack is a stand up comedian and humor writer. He is a cult favorite of comedy audiences in Washington DC and his work has been featured in the Washington Post and Scientific American. Matty has also performed at Tig Notaro’s Bentzen Ball, San Francisco Sketchfest, and the Kennedy Center. Matty was the winner of the 2014 Devil Cup and was a 2015 finalist of the prestigious Boston Comedy Festival.

Ryan Goss performed years of stand-up and improv comedy as a student at the College of William & Mary where he co-founded Comedy Bootcamp, a stand-up comedy class that helps veterans reintegrate into their communities through the arts. He recently won the Armed Services Arts Partnership’s first stand-up comedy competition fundraiser. And, though he now holds a rarely found position as a government consultant, he loves getting back on stage to perform.