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Open Mic Comedy at the Looking Glass – Monday Nights

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From an email:

“Looking Glass Lounge will be hosting what is believed to be the only open mic comedy night in all of greater Petworth. This coming Monday night will be the inaugural night of jokes, but hopefully this will become a regular and, ideally, funny neighborhood institution.

Date: Monday, December 14, 2009
Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: Looking Glass Lounge, 3634 Georgia Ave, NW

Local comics Reggie Melbrough and Mike Curran host a comedy evening at The Looking Glass Lounge. Sign up is from 7pm to 7:45pm. Opening performances by the hosts last until 8pm at which time the rest of the show will kick off, ending at 10pm. Comics will have ten minute sets and yes, there are open mic opportunities for some of you looking for embarrassment! At the end of the show, three people will be selected from the crowd to try their hand at stand-up, one joke a piece. The best joke gets a $25 gift certificate to be used at The Looking Glass Lounge or The Wonderland Ballroom.”

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