About Don "DC" Curry
What we are doing to keep everyone safe:
We are only selling entire tables instead of individual tickets
Two Person Table
Four Person Table
Our Seating is Now Done by the Date and Time of the Ticket Purchase/Reservation. You will be Assigned Tables by Purchase Date.
If You Wish to Sit with Another Party. You Must Call the Box Office in Advance. All ticket prices reflect the price for either a 2 top table or a 4-top table. Ticket prices include ALL taxes and fees.
We will be taking everyone’s temperature upon arrival and we do not allow entry if your temperature is 100 degrees or higher.
Masks are required to be always worn by all customers. Customer may remove their masks to eat and drink once they reach their designated seat. Please cooperate with our new procedures. We’re learning as we go too.
Our staff will be always wearing masks and will meet temperature requirements before entering.
About Don "DC" Curry
Widely known as the star of numerous stand-up comedy tours (including the highly lauded “Royal Comedy Tour,” of winter/spring 2010 and 2011) playing huge theatres at home and abroad and headlining special engagements at the nation’s hottest comedy clubs, Don “D.C.” Curry’s talents are far more than meets the eye at a single glance. At second glance you’ll see him co-starring in major studio pictures or taking on the duties of leading man in indie feature films. Look again and you’ll see him touring the country as the lead in a hit stage play or serving as the front man of his own R&B and Blues band. Take yet another glimpse (or listen) and you’ll hear him shining as a skilled voice-over artist on hit TV shows like Boondocks. Bottom line, DC Curry is a very versatile, and extremely funny man.
The milestones of his colorful career read like a Hollywood highlight reel: In 1995, after prevailing against the top up and coming urban comedians in the country, DC won the coveted title of “Comedian Of The Year” by winning the BAY AREA BLACK COMEDY COMPETITION (of which he is now the perennial host), joining the ranks of famous alumni Jamie Foxx, D.L. Hughley, Chris Tucker, Mike Epps, Nick Cannon and Mark Curry. He went on that same year to be named "Comedian Of The Year" by the BET network (his classic bits from the early years can be seen regularly on The Best of BET’s Comicview.
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