Actor / director Michael Rapaport has always been hard at work, with memorable roles on the big screen and the small screen over the last two decades. Lately he's been branching out to new audiences with his "I Am Rapaport" podcast -- and through stand-up comedy. His tour comes to the DC Improv for the first time this October.
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- Patrons must be 18 or older to attend events or classes at the DC Improv. Any exceptions are clearly noted in the event descriptions on dcimprov.com.
- There is a two-item minimum per ticket. This can be any combination of food items or beverages. Bottled water and soft drinks count as items. (The two-item minimum does not apply to comedy classes.)
- For our main showroom, 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 arrive at the club, the greater your seating options will be. Late shows have assigned seating, and assignments are made in order of ticket purchase. The earlier you buy tickets, the better your seats will be (i.e. closer to the stage). Click here for a more detailed explanation of seating policies.
- For our lounge, all shows regardless of start time are seated by time of arrival.
Michael Rapaport is an American actor and comedian. He has appeared in over sixty films since the early 1990s, and starred on the sitcom "The War at Home." He also appeared in "Boston Public," "Friends," "Prison Break," "Justified," and "Atypical." Some of his notable film roles include "True Romance" (1993), "Higher Learning" (1995), "Metro" (1997), "Cop Land" (1997), "Deep Blue Sea" (1999), "The 6th Day" (2000), "Dr. Dolittle 2" (2001), "Big Fan" (2009), and "The Heat" (2013). He directed the award winning documentary "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest (2011)."
He's also the host of the world wide phenomenon "I Am Rapaport Stereo Podcast."