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DC Improv Supports Avon Breast Cancer Walk - 2/12/09!!

The DC Improv is donating $5 for each ticket reserved by PHONE or IN PERSON when you MENTION AVON for the Eddie Gossling performance on Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009 to the DC Avon 2-Day Breast Cancer Walk!!! Please support the Official Unofficial Walking Group with our fundraising efforts.

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. for seating and it is first come first serve. Tickets ($15, show starts at 8:30) need to be purchased over the phone or in person at the box office, and AVON needs to be MENTIONED to keep track of the Avon Breast Cancer Walk donations. This function is NOT available through online ticket sales. You can reserve as many tickets as you like via credit card but you will only be charged for the number of tickets used.

Come on out and join our walking team for a night of comedy, drinks and rallying to support the cause!!

To order tickets, call 202.296.7008 and don’t forget to mention AVON.

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Additional info can be found online at www.dcimprov.com 1140 Connecticut Ave N.W.


One of the funniest working comedians on the road today, Eddie Gossling's humor is brilliantly original, charming and slightly self-deprecating. He's a force on stage not unlike the big ones he admires: Steve Martin, Richard Pryor and Bob Newhart.

In 1995, Eddie won the HBO Stand-Up Standoff Comic Relief VII competion and in 1997, he won the US Comedy Arts Festival Talent Search competion. Shortly after, he performed at the Chicago Comedy Festival and then
became the first comedian ever to perform at the Montreal Just-For-Laughs Comedy Fest as both a 'New Faces' performer and 'Festival Gala' performer. In addition he has appeared on Comedy Central Presents, ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and the Disney animated feature, "The Wild," Eddie has also been featured on Comedy Central's "shorties watchin shorties," "Premium Blend," "World Comedy Tour" as well as Byron Allen's "Comics Unleashed" and the Bravo and Game Show Network.

Eddie works the clubs like nobody's business and has single-handedly redefined the words 'working comedian.' He's thankful for the many favors he's received thus far in his happy life and is looking forward to paying them back one joke after another.
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