10/5. The Business @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. $5. 8PM. Feat Natasha Muse, Monday Night Foreplays, Bucky Sinister, Alex Koll, Sean Keane and Chris Garcia. Best weekly bang for your buck(y). More Information after the jump:
The Business opens its doors to the fairer sex this week as we welcome two of our favorite acts: Monday Night ForePlays, and comedian Natasha Muse. The feeling’s right, oh what a night!
Monday Night ForePlays is Piano Fight’s acclaimed night of female-driven sketch comedy. This month, they’re presenting “Don’t Tell Mom the Weekend’s Dead!”, a show that promises to help keep the Saturday spirit alive! How? Through the showcasing… of common Saturday night motifs and scenarios; you’ll see bison pan-sexuality, a vinyl-brassiered pop group giving financial advice, gamete on gamete romance in fertilization, and a special appearance from 90’s teen book club favorite, The Babysitter’s Club. If that’s not a recipe for weekend sustainability, we don’t know what is! This Wednesday, enjoy sketches entitled “Dr. Poonberg’s Button Glove” and “Say Hello To Your Friends”.
Natasha Muse promises that she is at least the second-funniest transsexual you know, and she’s definitely the funniest we know. She has wowed crowds all over the Bay Area, from Cobb’s Comedy Club to the world-famous Punch Line, Her sparkling wit and charming stage demeanor made her the 2010 champion of the “Battle of the Bay Comedy Competition.” Her podcast is called “Too Soon?” and her talk show is called “A Funny Night For Comedy.” She delights her countless Twitter followers as @NatashaMuse, but as you’ll learn Wednesday, she’s even more delightful in person.
Representing the unfair sex, we’ve got regular Businessmen Alex, Bucky, Chris, and Sean. Regardless of your gender, admission is just five dollars.
Advance tickets are available at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/204562