The Later Late Show: Main Stage Comedy Showcase w/ Jamie Benedi + Mikey Larrick + Matty Litwack +Tok Moffat + Jenn Tisdale + Stephen Cove + Robert Andrew – Tickets – Jammin Java – Vienna, VA – March 13th, 2015

The Later Late Show: Main Stage Comedy Showcase w/ Jamie Benedi + Mikey Larrick + Matty Litwack +Tok Moffat + Jenn Tisdale + Stephen Cove + Robert Andrew

The Later Late Show: Main Stage Comedy Showcase w/ Jamie Benedi + Mikey Larrick + Matty Litwack +Tok Moffat + Jenn Tisdale + Stephen Cove + Robert Andrew

Friday March 13, 2015

10:30 pm

$5.00

This event is all ages

• Full dinner and drink menu available

The Later Late Show: Main Stage Comedy Showcase
The Later Late Show: Main Stage Comedy Showcase
PLEASE NOTE: if this were a movie, it would be rated R. Everyone under 17 years old must be accompanied by a parent.

For the last 5 years, the Later Late Show has been bringing you some of BEST local and nationally touring stand-up comedians and now they're backed up with a phenomenal house band, SMOOTH AF! These comics have appeared on national television (Comedy Central, Vice TV, BET, NBC's Last Comic Standing), performed in bars, clubs, theaters, comedy festivals, and kids birthdays all over the country, and now they're at Jammin' Java, just to make you laugh!

Hosted by Kevin Skiffington
Live music by Smooth AF
Jamie Benedi
Jamie Benedi
Jamie Benedi; he often wonders how many books he will have to read before he gets a British accent then in fear he must read one more book, this time on schizophrenia. He once thought he saw a ninja turtle then noticed that he just had a booger in his eye. His dreams are very important to him, but he can never remember them in the morning. This up and comer can be seen all over Northern Virginia, DC and sometimes Maryland. He likes to write jokes and tell them to people. As seen at the Comic Strip Live NYC, Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse and the DC Improv.
Mikey Larrick
Mikey Larrick
Michael Larrick is a comedian based in the DC/VA area. He was the humor columnist for James Madison University's newspaper, and has appeared at the Arlington Drafthouse and DC Improv. He has performed with Jay Pharoah, Nick Thune, Michael Kosta, Michelle Buteau, Adam Ray, Rachel Feinstein, Kyle Grooms and Seaton Smith.
Matty Litwack
Matty Litwack
Matty is a young comic with a sharp wit and a silly face. He was once a graduate student studying physics, completing 30% of a PhD (basically just a P) before dropping out to pursue comedy as a career. He quickly realized he had no money and took a job sweeping floors in a warehouse, becoming the first person to successfully execute a reverse-good-will-hunting maneuver.

Matty is often described as self-deprecating and silly, with a hilarious storytelling style. He regularly features at comedy clubs such as the DC Improv, and has performed at numerous festivals, including the Limestone Festival and the Laughing Skull Festival. In 2014, Matty won the Devil Cup in NYC and was also a finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival. Matty also recently appeared on the stand up show “Laughs” airing on Fox stations.
Tok Moffat
Tok Moffat
Hailing from South Africa – Tok is not your stereotypical African. Growing up in the "mean streets" in the suburbs of Washington, DC, attending Catholic schools and working with anti-social engineers, he was driven to pursue his passion of making people laugh. Tok uses his comedic style of being witty, introspective and relatable to his experiences growing up as the “weird” foreign kid, and sounding like Carlton Banks among other challenges with fitting in to stand-up. Tok is a regular at the DC Improv and Magooby's Joke House, and runs a weekly comedy showcase featuring local and national acts.
Jenn Tisdale
Jenn Tisdale
Jenn Tisdale is a DC comic who has performed at The Kennedy Center and the 2014 Bentzen Ball. You can find her on Twitter at @Jenn_Tisdale always lovin' up on some Back to the Future
Stephen Cove
Stephen Cove
Stephen Cove was born in 1990. Contrary to popular belief, he was not raised by wolves, but was instead by two parents. As of this writing he has not yet died. His comedic stylings have been described as observational with a touch of absurdism: however, when pressed to divulge the identity of the person who described his stylings as such claims he was somewhere to be and quickly leaves the room. Stephen has performed in a multitude of venues all over the DMV area and has most notably opened for Tony Woods.
Robert Andrew
Robert Andrew
It was through interactions with professional comics he admires that Robert Andrew worked up the nerve to do his first open mic, a local competition. Robert ended up winning that night, and went on to come in 2nd place for Magooby’s 2013 New Comedian of the Year competition. He also came in 2nd in Baltimore Comedy Factory’s Next Stand-Up Star 2014 competition

Since July 2013 he’s been performing in and around Baltimore, Washington DC, and New York City. In March 2014, he appeared as a guest on the Monsters of Talk podcast with Jim Short & Margaret Cho. He’s also been a guest on The Rob And Joe Show, and is currently the co-host of the It’s Mickey podcast with Baltimore legend Mickey Cucchiella.

Robert’s comedy shines a light on his experiences as a gay man, the absurdities of life, and his vulgar family; and if any bookers are reading this, he loves booking shows – just throwing that out there. So come see a show, even if you’re easily offended! He promises to try to be nice.
Venue Information:
Jammin Java
227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA, 22180
https://jamminjava.com/