The People’s Republic of Improv @ The 9th St. Film Center. 145 9th St. SF. 8 PM. $5. Also featuring Open Improv All-Stars. [I’ve performed with these guys, eaten tacos with these guys and been on the road with these guys. Trust me, these gentlemen are ace.]
The Khara and Iris Variety Show @ The Triple Crown. 1760 Market St. SF. 5:30-8:00 pm. $5. Featuring iLs Goldbarg, Coree Spencer, Nicole Turley, Will Hatcher and more. Hosted by Khara Cara and Iris Weiss. [Lovely Ladies ahoy. And Yung Dick. High contrast.]
Tony Sparks’ Dig These Apples @ The 7 Mile Club. Brisbane, CA. 8 PM. 21+. No Cover. Featuring Chris Garcia, Kristee Ono, Priya Prasad, Phillip Watson. [Some very capable comedians on the bill with some special guests that will surely impress. Cool crowds and great food.]
Open Mic: 800 Larkin. SF. 6 PM. Special Host: Andrew Roberts. [With Andrew, it might actually be cohesive when people are introduced.]
Joe DeRosa @ The Punchline. 444 Battery St. SF. $20. +18. Two Shows: 8 pm and 10 pm. Also featuring Sammy Obied and Joe Mande.
Kevin Nealon @ Cobb’s Comedy Club. 915 Columbus Ave. SF. 2 Drink Minimum. $27.50. 18+ Two Show. 8 PM. & 10:15 PM.
Do The Damn Thing Comedy Night @ ARK 221. 221 11th St. SF. Stand-Up, Improv, Music. Featuring Will “Yung D*ck” Hatcher, Mimi Vilmenay, Kaseem Bentley, Conrad Roth, Donny Divanian and more. Co-hosted by Misha Trubs and Rick Camacho. [This Thing Will be Packed to the Gills and we don’t even have gills.]
Snob Theater @ The Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. $10. 10 PM. Featuring Joey Bragg, Ivan Hernandez, Casey Ley and Janine Brito. Hosted by Shawn Robbins. [This is a deep Venn diagram of Cuban, nerd, glasses, homosexuality, and great comedy.]
Joe DeRosa @ The Punchline. 444 Battery St. SF. $20. +18. Also featuring Sammy Obied and Joe Mande.
Kevin Nealon @ Cobb’s Comedy Club. 915 Columbus Ave. SF. 2 Drink Minimum. $27.50. 18+
W. Kamau Bell (Bay Area Premier Comedian) blogs about a non-San Francisco, San Francisco comedian, Hari Kondabolu [explained when you click the link]. This entry marks the second of assumed many as Bell weekly highlights comedians he’s digging at the moment.
As many of you already know, Zach Galifianakis came through to the Punch Line last Sunday. The Place was packed, outside and inside. Thankfully I work at Punch Line so I was able to walk right in and grab a seat at the bar (Membership has it’s privileges). The energy was electric. It felt like a…
[Big Al Gonzales spins a tale of performing on the same bill as Zach Galifianakis, Doug Benson, Chris Hardwick and others at the SF Sunday Showcase.]