There's nothing funny about war... Depending, of course, on your frame of mind and who you're talking to. An 11-year stint with the U.S. Air Force inspired Nathaniel Stroman, AKA Earthquake, to lead the life of a professional comedian. The quick-witted, brutally honest funny-man takes the stage stage Friday through Sunday at the Arlington Improv, 309 Curtis Mathes Way in Arlington. And with a name like "Earthquake" he's pretty much guaranteed to wreck the room. Hailing from Washington D.C., Earthquake worked his way up to becoming a comedian's comedian--he's even Howard Stern and Bill Maher approved; you might have also seen him acting in Everybody Hates Chris or Clerks II. Tickets are $22. Call 817-635-5555 or visit improv.com for tickets and info.
Fri., Aug. 27; Sat., Aug. 28; Sun., Aug. 29, 2010