A star lineup of local Latino comedians invite you to ring in the new year at Brava Theater, where Marga Gomez, Lydia Popovich, Chris Storin, Monica Palacios, Baruch Porras-Hernandez, and Betty Pazmiño will put on the fourth annual New Year’s Eve Comedy Fiesta. Party-goers can expect raucous progressive humor from acclaimed comedians, followed by the opening of a lively dance floor, where...
Killing My Lobster, the longstanding Mission District sketch comedy crew, has a new show opening Nov. 1 at Intersection for the Arts (925 Mission St., #109). The show, titled “Does Not Fear the End,” features comedy, music and dancing — all focused around what could happen in San Francisco if the apocalypse were to come. “Does Not Fear the End” is...
“Elect to Laugh,” a standup comedy show at The Marsh on Valencia Street, is the brainchild of political comic Will Durst, who will blend monologues and commentary starting at 8 p.m. every Tuesday between now and the first Tuesday in November. Durst consults the news for his jokes, living by the motto “You can’t make stuff like this up.” The show...
Benefit for S.F. Women Against Rape.
Thurs. We Made-Mixed Comedy Show Thu, November 19, 10pm – 11pm
“Brother Can You Paradigm” presented by 5×5 Sketch Comedy Fri, November 13, 10pm – 11pm
Wed, November 11, 8pm – 10pm Featuring: Bucky Sinister, Sean Keene, Chris Garcia and Alex Cole
Too Big to Fail. A hit! By MARK RABINE
Lines fly, scenes are cut, it's show time at Sundays in the Mission. By BETTY BASTIDAS
Move fast, SF Sketchfest is only on through January. Video By NICHOLAS KUSNETZ
Group Finds Few Interested in Bush These Days, Sarah's the Ticket