THE COMEDY CLUB OBX PRESENTS – David Tveity and Matty LitwackVisit Website
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Price: $20.00 with advance ticket purchase using code VB15 or $24.00 at the doorPrice: 24
David Tveite (pronounced like “whitey” with a ‘t’ in front of it) is a tall, perpetually embarrassed Caucasian fellow with what the Washington Post described as “the moptop haircut and mischievous grin of a 12-year-old boy.” Upon graduating from his liberal arts college, armed with an utterly useless Creative Writing degree, David moved to Seattle, Washington and began performing standup comedy with the dream of someday convincing his grandmother that it could be a viable career. David has appeared at comedy clubs across the nation, performed at Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Atlanta’s Laughing Skull Comedy Festival and Seattle’s Bumbershoot Music Festival, and was a semifinalist in the 2014 Seattle Comedy Competition. He currently resides in Washington, DC, where he is a regular at the DC Improv and Arlington Drafthouse, as well as the host of Sadness Town, a live podcast about music he was into in high school. By turns dark, silly and uncomfortably honest, David is a grown-ass child trying to teach himself to be an adult. Catch David on his 2015 appearance on “Last Comic Standing”!
Matty is a young comic with a sharp wit and a silly face. He was once a graduate student studying physics, completing 30% of a PhD (basically just a P) before dropping out to pursue comedy as a career. He quickly realized he had no money and took a job sweeping floors in a warehouse, becoming the first person to successfully execute a reverse-good-will-hunting maneuver. Matty is often described as self-deprecating and silly, with a hilarious storytelling style. He regularly features at comedy clubs such as the DC Improv, and has performed at festivals such as the Limestone Festival and the Bentzen Ball. In 2014, Matty was a finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival and was the winner of the Devil Cup in NYC. Matty has also appeared on the TV show, "Laughs" on Fox.