One-Day Workshop Event
ROAST & TOAST: A Stand-Up Workshop for Couples, BFFs, and Everyone In Between!
No Experience Required – Open to All!
Saturday, February 12th
Want to try something new this Valentine’s Day? Spend your evening connecting with your partner (romantic or otherwise) like never before! Let DCC take care of all the planning while you enjoy a night of laughter and entertainment!
Roast & Toast: A Stand-Up Workshop for Couples, BFFs, and Everyone In Between!
One Price for TWO Attendees!
$75 Registration Includes:
- Two seats in the 2-hour stand-up workshop (5:30-7:30PM)
- Two tickets to the Saturday headliner stand-up show (8:00PM)
- Two glasses of champagne (or soda of choice)
- A truly memorable experience for you and your other!
Workshop Description: For $75, you and a partner will enjoy a 2-hour stand-up workshop with veteran stand-up comedian and DCC Instructor, Nick Cutelli. Laugh alongside your guest as you’re led through different exercises and methods on how to write the best jokes for roasting and toasting your friends, family, and loved ones. After the workshop, grab a couple of glasses of complimentary champagne (or soda of your choice) at our bar, then head into our Mainstage Theater to catch our headliner stand-up show at 8:00PM! (Additional food and drink available for purchase during the show.)
So what are you waiting for? Grab your significant other, grab a friend or family member – or heck, grab a coworker you’ve been meaning to get to know – and come have some fun at Dallas Comedy Club!
About the Instructor: Nick Cutelli is a native midwestern comedian. A classically trained actor from the Jeanine Larson Dobbins Conservatory of Theatre and Dance, where he earned his BFA. Nick also trained and performed at the Second City Chicago, the original iO, Second City Hollywood, and iO West. He’s performed stand-up and improv all over the country, and currently teaches and performs at DCC. Nick believes a comedian’s success runs on hair fibers, black coffee, and strong connections to organized crime.
COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS (Updated January 4, 2022): Due to the increasing COVID-19 cases, we have decided that all students and staff are required to wear a mask while in our Training Center, effective immediately. Masks must be worn during any DCC class or workshop at all times, whether you are vaccinated or not. This pertains to all Students, Student Advocates, and Instructors. This means every single person in class at tour theater must be wearing a mask at all times. Anyone who is unwilling to follow this will be asked to leave the theater immediately.