When the best 90s comedy clubs in DC closed
The last of the top 80s comedy venues that opened their doors in DC in 2015 has closed.
The Capitol Theatre, which opened in October 2015, has closed, its landlord confirmed to The Washington Examiner.
The venue was scheduled to open in October, but the venue was moved to another location, according to a letter from Capitol Theatre owner, Tom Miller.
The Capitol has been a fixture in the DC comedy scene since it opened in 2007.
It was the home of The Late Show with David Letterman from 2006-2010.
In 2013, the theater hosted The Colbert Report, where Colbert hosted the first episode of The Colbert Effect, which aired in November.
Miller said that the theater had been open for nearly two decades and that it was “always very popular and very successful,” according to the Washington Examiner article.
The theater closed last year, but Miller said he plans to reopen it in a different location.
He is seeking $1 million in donations to help pay for repairs and repairs to the venue, according the Washington Post article.