Victoria Hoffman, Tom Devenport, Katy Evans, Son Tran (STAND-UP)

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Victoria Hoffman, Tom Devenport, Katy Evans, Son Tran (STAND-UP)
Thursday, March 23, 2017 7:30 PM
Dallas Comedy House, Dallas, TX
  • 18 & over
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $15.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 18 & over

This show is part of the 8th Annual Dallas Comedy Festival

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All tickets are general admission, so seating is first come, first served.  Cast of show subject to adjustment without notice.  Seating begins about 30 minutes prior to the show.  

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Son Tran: Son Tran was a finalist in the Showdown at the Showcase as well as Kollaboration Houston and the Funniest in South Texas contests. His comedy has been described as ‘deadly silly’, well, at least that’s how he describes it. He has immature yet philosophical insights on family, marriage and life in general that have made audiences laugh in clubs and festivals across the US and Canada. His wife does not approve of most of his jokes about her.
Katy Evans: Katy Evans, originally from Ft. Lauderdale, now lives and plays in Dallas where her relatable brand of humor has made her a familiar rising force in the Dallas-Fort Worth comedy scene. Katy has performed stand-up at Dallas Comedy Festival and Trill Comedy Festival and in cities throughout the US. In 2016, Katy opened in Dallas for Saturday Night Live’s Michael Che. She is a regular opener and emcee at comedy clubs in DFW and helps teach an introductory stand-up comedy class at Dallas Comedy House. She also produces and hosts “Always Something;” stand-up comedy show.
Victoria Hoffman: Victoria Hoffman is a world renowned starter black friend hailing from Dallas, TX. After graduating from college with a less than pointless degree in film, she began taking improv classes but quickly realized she did not have the same amount of pep and positivity as her peers. She eventually moved to New York City to work for Letterman where she, again, force fed herself improv but eventually landed in stand-up because she needs constant validation. She now performs all around the dingy basements of New York City complaining about black girl probs and hoping to get hit on after all performances. When not on stage, you can catch Victoria co-hosting the podcast, Babes in Boyland, where she discusses how hard it is to be female and also why all men are terrible.
Tom Devenport: Tom knows… stuff. Some of it you probably should have been told, but weren’t. Some, you’re thinking about the wrong way. Imagine hearing it explained by an uncle who just came back from parts unknown, who moonlights as the Ghost of Christmas Future. Tom is a writer, voice actor and comedian working out of the Bay Area. He has developed animation, provided voice for commercials and award winning films, and performed in venues ranging from bars with chicken wire around the stage, to clubs, theaters, and festivals around the U.S, and in England, France, and Germany.
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