October 18 - October 19

Daniel Weingarten

Lounge Showroom

Daniel Weingarten

with Matty Litwack and Michael Blaustein

A Los Angeles native, Daniel Weingarten is a stand-up comedian, actor and filmmaker.

The son of Mexican and Argentinian immigrants (both of whom are Jewish), Daniel has a unique perspective of the world, which informs his work.

Upon graduating from Emory University in 2013, Daniel moved back to L.A. where he worked a slew of survival jobs.

After building an online following through his viral videos/rants on topics that range from the social and political to how Mexican weddings are their own type of marathons, Daniel was able to find independence in doing what he loves while also miraculously getting the approval of his immigrant parents.

P.S. I felt super weird writing about myself in the third person.

Matty Litwack

Matty Litwack is a weird young stand up comedian and writer. He was once a physics PhD student, but dropped out when he realized it was super boring. Matty’s writing has been published in the Washington Post, New Zealand Herald, and Scientific American. He has also performed at many comedy festivals, such as the Limestone Festival, Laughing Skull Festival, Bentzen Ball, and San Francisco Sketchfest. In 2014, Matty was a finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival and was the winner of the Devil Cup in New York City. Matty has also appeared on Fox’s “Laughs” and on National Geographic Channel’s “Crowd Control”.

Michael Blaustein

Michael Blaustein is an internationally touring headlining comedian, accomplished actor, and award winning writer. He has performed at over 200 colleges worldwide and has been on the Comedy Central on Campus Tour, The College Humor Tour, and The Oddball Comedy Fest. Michael has preformed at prestigious festivals such as JFL 42 and The New York Comedy Festival. Michael can be seen on this season of CBS’s Person of Interest and has a role in The Lucky Guy, a feature film produced by Spike Lee, out in late 2018. He has hosted two pilots for MTV and was a cast member of the last season of MTV's Punk'd. Michael created and developed a Snapchat show for Comedy Central and has sold ideas to CBS and various other major production company's. He was also a comedy pilot finalist in The Austin Film Festival. Michael Co-wrote, Co-directied, and Co-starred in the feature film "Up There"that will be out mid-2018.


10/19/2019 9:45 PM

Door Time: 9:30 PM

Other Showtimes

Los Angeles native Daniel Weingarten is a comedian, actor, writer, producer, and host whose roots are in stand-up comedy. Recently, he's delved into the digital world where he's become a viral sensation, seeing his following skyrocket. With a multi-cultural point of view (he's the son of Mexican-Argentinean / Jewish immigrants), Daniel brings his audiences a fresh perspective on what's going on in his life and the world at large. He sold out a weekend of shows in our lounge in 2018 and he's back for more in 2019.


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Admission Policies

  • 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.)

Seating Policies

  • 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.

A Los Angeles native, Daniel Weingarten is a stand-up comedian, actor and filmmaker.

The son of Mexican and Argentinian immigrants (both of whom are Jewish), Daniel has a unique perspective of the world, which informs his work.

Upon graduating from Emory University in 2013, Daniel moved back to L.A. where he worked a slew of survival jobs.

After building an online following through his viral videos/rants on topics that range from the social and political to how Mexican weddings are their own type of marathons, Daniel was able to find independence in doing what he loves while also miraculously getting the approval of his immigrant parents.

P.S. I felt super weird writing about myself in the third person.

Matty Litwack

Michael Blaustein