10 year Comedy Celebration Comes to the Historic Howard Theatre
The Capital Comedy Classic presented by Bamma Phi Bamma comes to the Howard Theatre on October 19, 2019.
By: Bamma Phi Bamma
The Bamma Phi Bamma phase was coined after a friend of the comedy show founder made the remark about one of his colleagues wearing a black suits with white socks, and said he looked like he pledged "Bamma Phi Bamma".
A simple humor website was created back in 2006, and comedy shows started in December 29th 2009 at Twins Jazz in DC. Founder Brandon started doing comedy shows because laughter was critical to getting them through a bout of homelessness in 2001 (Washington Post Article).
Coming to the stage on October 19, 2019 - TuRae Gordon as seen in Kevin Hart's 2011 Laugh at my Pain, Leon Rogers from Chicago, Cohost of Chicago's morning show on WGCI 107.5, Comedian Stiletto from Baltimore and Howard University Alum, Rallo Boykins.
For Tickets www.bammaphibamma.com/
Chandra Gore, Principal Consultant
Chandra Gore Consulting