Washington, D.C. - Gross National Product is the comedy group called
"always funny" by the Washington Post who turns "this morning's
headlines into this evening's punch lines." GNP has been in the
political funny business since 1982 with hilarious fast-paced revues
such as "Man Without A Contra," "A Newt World Order, "All the President's
Women," "Son of a Bush," "Don"t Tea on Me," to name a few and
soon babble to babble coverage that will "Mock the Vote." GNP's
fast-paced revue skewers news-makers and news-breakers nationwide,
and has appeared in its own specials for PBS. GNP has performed
for the National Press Club, the Smithsonian Arts Series, The Newseum
and privately for groups, conventions, corporate events and government.
GNP offers customized virtual productions via internet for your event whether it is one impersonator, the group, or our Motivational Speaker parody.
The Scandal Tours is an irreverent
tour hosted by members of Gross National Product which highlights
the lowlifes in the Nation's Capital. From the Fondling Fathers
to Watergate to the U.S. Congress, GNP's Scandal
Tours is the original comedy drive-by-on-wheels which hit the
pavement in 1988 following Gary Hart and Donna Rice's backdoor debut
to scandal fame and less fortune. Entertainment Tonight says "if
voyeurism is your thing, there is a beauty of a tour in DC," and
the Wall Street Journal calls it "a comedy feast." The tour is available
to groups year-round to enTOURtain groups.
GNP On YouTube
(and Instagram, Twitter and Facebook)!
clips from some of our recent stage shows as well as a blast from
the past from clips of some of our PBS TV specials on our YouTube
channel (as well as our second channel gnpcomedy1).
Also follow us on the Twitter @gnpcomedy,
on our Facebook
page for some shots of earlier shows, news of upcoming shows, etc.,
and on the Instagram @gnpcomedy.
All from your mobile phones or even here on the interwebs.
is a Washington-based comedy team that has been skewering the powers-that-be
in the nation"s capital for over 30 years in venues across