Female Comedian Says Show Will Go on After Brutal Attack in D.C.

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Written By Joseph Santiago

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Paris Sashay had just performed her stand-up comedy show at Takoma Station Tavern, which is located at 6914 4th St NW Washington, DC 20012 b/t N Blair Rd & N Butternut St Takoma. On Saturday seh decided to meet up with some friends at Cafe Asia a restaurant in downtown D.C. and around 3am she was headed to her vehicle. At this moment a group of men started to cat call her

The talented comedian Sashay, 23, ignored their cat calls and continued to mind her business, and walked to her car at the 1700 block of I Street NW. In the police report, it appeared that she was pushed to the ground, blacked out and woke up in a hospital with a broken nose and chipped teeth, her face is now covered in bruises. read more

Seaton Smith set to record his debut album at the DC Improv

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Seaton Smith records his debut comedy album at the DC Improv.

The stand up comedian and actor has recently made his first TV debut at “Motif” on Fox’s “Mulaney”. Mr. Smith had a breakout performance on the “Late nigh with Seth Meyers”.

Chortle.com says Seaton “offers a mesmerizing, livewire performance, full of joy and amazing comic energy.”

Seaton started doing stand up comedy in Washington D.C., He was featured in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Seaton currently lives and performs in New York City and can be seen performing comedy shows in NYC. He has done stand up at festivals from Australia to Scotland and has performed in more then 200 universities. Seaton performed on the Larry Wilmore’s “Nightly Show.” If you like to get tickets to the show http://www.dcimprov.com/home/seaton-smith.html read more