Special Event Hot Ticket! The Cellar

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Jamel Johnson

Jamel made a name for himself on the D.C. comedy scene through a hard-to-hate mixture of non-threatening yelling, weird stories and impressively specific but not alienating sports and music references. His comedy smoothly walks audiences through everything from casual racism to Law & Order: SVU, including the consequences of gentrification and if you can eat a pastry given to you by a maybe-maybe-not drug addict who happened to witness a murder last night. Jamel lives for the laugh from the one dude in the back of the room who also watches too much SportsCenter.

After making his television debut in 2016 on Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City, Jamel now performs regularly at several elite coastal and inland comedy establishments all across America.

Trevor Joyner

Trevor began his comedy career in his hometown of Washington, D.C., mounting his solo stand-up show, Why So Serious?, at the Capitol Fringe Festival. Since then, he has performed at renowned comedy clubs on the east coast, in the Bay area, and Los Angeles. In addition to performing in shows, Joyner has launched a few solo projects which include his five part audio series, ColorMethod, where he talks with young, Black artists navigating art and Hollywood and his audio companion, BRBTREV, which is inspired by his popular takes on social media. Trevor can be seen making a cameo in the upcoming comedy feature film The Drop this fall.

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09/30/2022 9:30 PM
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Jamel Johnson

Jamel made a name for himself on the D.C. comedy scene through a hard-to-hate mixture of non-threatening yelling, weird stories and impressively specific but not alienating sports and music references. His comedy smoothly walks audiences through everything from casual racism to Law & Order: SVU, including the consequences of gentrification and if you can eat a pastry given to you by a maybe-maybe-not drug addict who happened to witness a murder last night. Jamel lives for the laugh from the one dude in the back of the room who also watches too much SportsCenter.

After making his television debut in 2016 on Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City, Jamel now performs regularly at several elite coastal and inland comedy establishments all across America.

Trevor Joyner

Trevor began his comedy career in his hometown of Washington, D.C., mounting his solo stand-up show, Why So Serious?, at the Capitol Fringe Festival. Since then, he has performed at renowned comedy clubs on the east coast, in the Bay area, and Los Angeles. In addition to performing in shows, Joyner has launched a few solo projects which include his five part audio series, ColorMethod, where he talks with young, Black artists navigating art and Hollywood and his audio companion, BRBTREV, which is inspired by his popular takes on social media. Trevor can be seen making a cameo in the upcoming comedy feature film The Drop this fall.

More @loltrev and @brbtrev


2 item (food/beverage) minimum per person

All seating is first come first serve, therefore we cannot guarantee seating together. Groups need to be particularly aware of this.

We recommend arriving at least 30 minutes to an hour prior to show time for better seat selection.

Doors close 30 minutes after showtime.

Tickets are available at the door UNLESS tickets have sold out.

18+ for early shows (before 9pm). 21+ for late shows (18+ with guardian)

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.


Jamel Johnson

Jamel made a name for himself on the D.C. comedy scene through a hard-to-hate mixture of non-threatening yelling, weird stories and impressively specific but not alienating sports and music references. His comedy smoothly walks audiences through everything from casual racism to Law & Order: SVU, including the consequences of gentrification and if you can eat a pastry given to you by a maybe-maybe-not drug addict who happened to witness a murder last night. Jamel lives for the laugh from the one dude in the back of the room who also watches too much SportsCenter.

After making his television debut in 2016 on Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City, Jamel now performs regularly at several elite coastal and inland comedy establishments all across America.

Trevor Joyner

Trevor began his comedy career in his hometown of Washington, D.C., mounting his solo stand-up show, Why So Serious?, at the Capitol Fringe Festival. Since then, he has performed at renowned comedy clubs on the east coast, in the Bay area, and Los Angeles. In addition to performing in shows, Joyner has launched a few solo projects which include his five part audio series, ColorMethod, where he talks with young, Black artists navigating art and Hollywood and his audio companion, BRBTREV, which is inspired by his popular takes on social media. Trevor can be seen making a cameo in the upcoming comedy feature film The Drop this fall.

More @loltrev and @brbtrev