We at the Improv have known Dave for years – when he was a college student at American, he worked here as a door guy. Apparently being the door guy at the DC Improv is a great career choice, because Dave (along with fellow door guy Mike Birbiglia) has gone on to comedy stardom. Now making his home in New York, he keeps popping up as a panelist on different news shows while also working clubs around the country. Welcome him back for another night headlining our lounge showroom.
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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 customer. This can be any combination of food items or beverages. Bottled water and soft drinks count as items.
- 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).
- For our lounge, all shows regardless of start time are seated by time of arrival.
Dave Siegel was a doorman at the DC Improv, while a college student in Washington, DC in the late 90's. His first show as a performer came at an open mic at 'The Comic Strip' on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Since that time, he has headlined premier comedy clubs across the country from Carolines on Broadway to The Improv on Melrose. He has featured for such comedians as David Alan Grier, Richard Lewis, Jon Lovitz, Tim Meadows and Kevin Nealon. Dave has appeared on Comedy Central on three separate occasions and in the 2016 season of 'American's Got Talent.'
Dave has also appeared as a panelist on CNN, the CW, HLN, ABC's 'Good Morning America' and is a regular guest on SiriusXM's 'Stand-Up with Pete Dominick.'
Dave's original character 'White Guy Indifferent' went viral in 2017, resulting in over 20 million hits in a one-week span
You can see Dave Siegel on a regular basis at various NYC comedy clubs.