Dylan Meyer Showcase

Every month The DC Improv is proud to host an open mic night featuring local talent in our main showroom. Many comedians call this area home, and we like to dedicate those nights to them. This month we honor the life of a talented star lost too soon. Dylan Meyer's untimely death on May 26 affected the lives of countless comedians and loved ones. To honor the his life, this show features some of his friends from the comedy world, and all ticketing proceeds will be donated to the Dylan Meyer Creativity Fund.

About the Dylan Meyer Creativity Fund:

Dedicated to the memory of Dylan Meyer in support of early childhood educators who are seeking resources to engage their students in a fun, innovative, and memorable activity where laughter is as contagious as learning.

Laughter, learning and developing our life-long sense of wonder; science tells us they are interconnected. Dylan Meyer was living proof of the ways in which humor can act as a powerful force for good. He understood that the teacher who could harness the positive effects of humor and creativity in the classroom is the teacher who would establish a joyful and accepting environment, improve a child’s learning outcomes, and level the playing field for every child to embrace their individuality and chase after a future of possibilities.

Dylan joined the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) in 2015. Dylan quickly identified with the NAEYC mission of ensuring high-quality and accessible early education for every child and, lifting up the teachers who devote themselves to children ages birth to 8. His gregarious nature quickly gathered a group of friends, colleagues and admirers who depended upon his innovative and creative approaches to furthering our important mission. He was known to the staff and membership of educators for his commanding and engaging wit, colorful shirts and ties, wavy locks, out-of-the box solutions, practical jokes, and beaming smile. He embodied the spirit of developmentally appropriate practice that leads to lifelong benefits of curiosity, exploration, empathy, collaboration, and coloring outside the lines.

In making this gift to NAEYC, you are not only supporting creativity in early childhood education, you are celebrating Dylan in a very special way.

06/28/2018 7:30 PM

Door Time: 6:30 PM

Other Showtimes

Every month The DC Improv is proud to host an open mic night featuring local talent in our main showroom. Many comedians call this area home, and we like to dedicate those nights to them. This month we honor the life of a talented star lost too soon. Dylan Meyer's untimely death on May 26 affected countless comedians and loved ones. To honor his life, this show features some of his friends from the comedy world, and all ticketing proceeds will be donated to the Dylan Meyer Creativity Fund.

The lineup: Rob Maher, Cerrome Russell, Denise Taylor, Paris Sashay, Benjy Himmelfarb, Matty Litwack, Martin Amini, Lafayette Wright, Nathan Luft, Brittany Carney, Wendy Wroblewski. Click here for more on the performers.


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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.

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).
  • For our lounge, all shows regardless of start time are seated by time of arrival.

Every month The DC Improv is proud to host an open mic night featuring local talent in our main showroom. Many comedians call this area home, and we like to dedicate those nights to them. This month we honor the life of a talented star lost too soon. Dylan Meyer's untimely death on May 26 affected the lives of countless comedians and loved ones. To honor the his life, this show features some of his friends from the comedy world, and all ticketing proceeds will be donated to the Dylan Meyer Creativity Fund.

About the Dylan Meyer Creativity Fund:

Dedicated to the memory of Dylan Meyer in support of early childhood educators who are seeking resources to engage their students in a fun, innovative, and memorable activity where laughter is as contagious as learning.

Laughter, learning and developing our life-long sense of wonder; science tells us they are interconnected. Dylan Meyer was living proof of the ways in which humor can act as a powerful force for good. He understood that the teacher who could harness the positive effects of humor and creativity in the classroom is the teacher who would establish a joyful and accepting environment, improve a child’s learning outcomes, and level the playing field for every child to embrace their individuality and chase after a future of possibilities.

Dylan joined the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) in 2015. Dylan quickly identified with the NAEYC mission of ensuring high-quality and accessible early education for every child and, lifting up the teachers who devote themselves to children ages birth to 8. His gregarious nature quickly gathered a group of friends, colleagues and admirers who depended upon his innovative and creative approaches to furthering our important mission. He was known to the staff and membership of educators for his commanding and engaging wit, colorful shirts and ties, wavy locks, out-of-the box solutions, practical jokes, and beaming smile. He embodied the spirit of developmentally appropriate practice that leads to lifelong benefits of curiosity, exploration, empathy, collaboration, and coloring outside the lines.

In making this gift to NAEYC, you are not only supporting creativity in early childhood education, you are celebrating Dylan in a very special way.