About this event
Dead Horse Comedy Productions is bringing nationally-touring comedian Todd Riley to Arlington, VA!
Todd Riley – Headliner
From the moment Todd Riley stepped onto that stage in 2008, he knew comedy is what he wanted to do with his life. He brings an excellent stage presence and must-see comedic voice to the stage that can be best described as “perfectly inappropriate.” His Midwestern upbringing mixed with his “big city” personality make him a perfect mix for audiences all over the country. Over the past ten plus years, Todd has climbed the comedy ranks and can now be seen touring the nation’s premier comedy clubs. He was featured in the 2014 Oddball Comedy Festival and appeared in Comedy Central’s “Up Next Comedy Contest.” When Todd is not headlining his own shows he can be seen performing alongside some of the best national touring headliners. His debut album, “Nobody Listens to Me,” was released on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
Patrice is an emerging force and rising star in the DMV comedy scene. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Patrice performs all across the country. She’s a writer, producer, and creative curator.
Gigi is a Jicarilla Apache Washington, DC based comic originally from New Mexico. She was a part of the First Nations Comedy Experience available on Amazon Prime. She has performed in clubs all across the country including Dangerfield’s in New York City, The Funny Bone in Richmond, Virginia, and The DC Improv in Washington, D.C. Gigi has opened for Tom Thakkar and performed with Judah Friedlander. She’s sarcastically optimistic and tells jokes that are stimulating enough to provoke thought, but won’t prompt a hate crime.
Phil is a D.C.-based comic with a name as confusing as his ethnicity. He is one of D.C.’s funniest, most relatable comics and—over the last six years—has brought his talents to the best stages in the area including the DC Drafthouse, DC Comedy Loft, Underground Comedy DC’s Room 808 Showcase, Hotbed, the Big Hunt, Jammin Java, Cellar Door, and much more. He’s opened for Mike Recine, Eliot Chang, Sean Finnerty and Kurt Braunohler.
Charles has been performing and writing comedy for three years, and has been doing one liners that whole time.