12/28. Club Chuckles 10th Anniversary Bash @ Hemlock Tavern. 1131 Polk St. SF. 9pm. $5. Featuring Joey Devine, Donny Divanian, Jesse Elias, Caitlin Gill, Sean Keane, Chris Thayer and more. 

Outer-echeclon comedy showcase Club Chuckles is turning the ripe old age of 10. Launched in 2003 by Hemlock Tavern live music booker Anthony Bedard as a “Safeway Select”-style ploy to book less bands, Club Chuckles has achieved the cold-comfort distinction of becoming the currently longest-running “comedy-in-a-rock-club” monthly series in Americapresaging the alt rock/alt comedy crossover wet-dream of the 2000s, predating Patton Oswalt’s “The Comedians of Comedy” tour, and even birthing a comedy record label (Talent Moat). Club Chuckles also instituted the comedy world’s first-ever 10 drink maximum policy in the wake of the heckler uprising at Todd Barry’s impromptu crowd-work set at Hemlock in 2006. Sure, every late-to-the-party, ambulance-chasing Johnny Come(dy) Lately rock club is now trying to pad out their schedules with laffs & yuks, and the whole comedy-in-a-rock-club thing is now the toast of greater Brooklyn, but back in the early 2000s, this kind of programming nearly got Bedard sh*t-canned from his job until Neil Hamburger smashed the Hemlock’s all-time bar sales record. 

12/28. Club Chuckles 10th Anniversary Bash @ Hemlock Tavern. 1131 Polk St. SF. 9pm. $5. Featuring Joey Devine, Donny Divanian, Jesse Elias, Caitlin Gill, Sean Keane, Chris Thayer and more. 

Outer-echeclon comedy showcase Club Chuckles is turning the ripe old age of 10. Launched in 2003 by Hemlock Tavern live music booker Anthony Bedard as a “Safeway Select”-style ploy to book less bands, Club Chuckles has achieved the cold-comfort distinction of becoming the currently longest-running “comedy-in-a-rock-club” monthly series in Americapresaging the alt rock/alt comedy crossover wet-dream of the 2000s, predating Patton Oswalt’s “The Comedians of Comedy” tour, and even birthing a comedy record label (Talent Moat). Club Chuckles also instituted the comedy world’s first-ever 10 drink maximum policy in the wake of the heckler uprising at Todd Barry’s impromptu crowd-work set at Hemlock in 2006. Sure, every late-to-the-party, ambulance-chasing Johnny Come(dy) Lately rock club is now trying to pad out their schedules with laffs & yuks, and the whole comedy-in-a-rock-club thing is now the toast of greater Brooklyn, but back in the early 2000s, this kind of programming nearly got Bedard sh*t-canned from his job until Neil Hamburger smashed the Hemlock’s all-time bar sales record. 

12/12. Club Chuckles: Kyle Kinane [Two Shows!] @ Hemlock Tavern. 1131 Polk St., SF. 7:30&9:30pm. $12-15. Featuring Anna Seregina & Bucky Sinister; Caitlin Gill & Nato Green. Click words to buy tix. 

[Club Chuckles is sending 2013 (and its 10th year) off with a bona fide champion. If you’re loyal to this site, it’s values, and it’s sentiments, you already love Kyle Kinane. For all his accomplishments and well-crafted, well-recieved, subtle takeover as a symbol (and voice) for the embodiment of “Comedy”, Kyle keeps it ghetto. He’s still for the everyman, still a product of humble hard work, a lyrical lush of charming deprecation. Spread the word, be apart of the Club Chuckles movement, and enjoy the illustrious privilege of San Francisco’s many hidden gems.]

Caitlin Gill @ The Final Purple Onion Show.

Final show at The Purple Onion in San Francisco on 9/24/12

Event Producer: Dan Dion

Video Producer: A.D. Liano & Frazer Bradshaw

Tonight. Ghost: The Friendly Ghost Show @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. $10. 8pm. Featuring Ahamed Weinberg, Pat Regan, Jules Posner, Scott Vermeire, Caitlin Gill and DJ Real. gHosted by Jay Weingarten and Kyle Mizono.

Tonight. Ghost: The Friendly Ghost Show @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. $10. 8pm. Featuring Ahamed Weinberg, Pat Regan, Jules Posner, Scott Vermeire, Caitlin Gill and DJ Real. gHosted by Jay Weingarten and Kyle Mizono.

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11/3. Give Me Fiction (A Storytelling Show) @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. 8PM. $10. Featuring Alison Stevenson, OJ Patterson, Scott Simpson, Caitlin Gill, Natasha Muse, Isaac Fitzgerald and hosted by Ivan Hernandez.
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This is the first show I am producing. If you don’t attend, you are effectively dead to me.
10/27. Comics Quitting @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. 8pm. $10. Featuring Caitlin Gill, OJ Patterson, Kollin Holtz, Justin Gomes, Dro Knows, Dustin Hempsted. Hosted by Brian Blank.

Comics Quitting is a show where comics quit whatever they want, however they want: jobs, romance, sports teams, families, sex drive, etc. Housed at Lost Weekend Video, San Francisco’s premier underground comedy venue, “Comics Quitting” represents some of the best the Bay Area has to offer, in an exciting, never-before-seen comedy experience. 

10/27. Comics Quitting @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. 8pm. $10. Featuring Caitlin Gill, OJ Patterson, Kollin Holtz, Justin Gomes, Dro Knows, Dustin Hempsted. Hosted by Brian Blank.

Comics Quitting is a show where comics quit whatever they want, however they want: jobs, romance, sports teams, families, sex drive, etc. Housed at Lost Weekend Video, San Francisco’s premier underground comedy venue, “Comics Quitting” represents some of the best the Bay Area has to offer, in an exciting, never-before-seen comedy experience. 

Podcast: Snap Judgement w/ Glynn Washington. Episode #420, “Live From Ann Harbor”. “Caitlin Gill ’The Minivan’”. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here

A young woman feels trapped in her body, until one day she finds the perfect getaway vehicle.

Performed live at The Power Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan
In partnership with Michigan Radio and The Ann Arbor Summer Festival

Original Music by Alex Mandel
Music Performed by Alex Mandel and the Snap Judgment Players (Tim Frick and David Brandt)
Re-recording Mixer: Pat Mesiti Miller

Produced by Glynn Washington, Mark Ristich, Jeanette Aguilar and Jamie DeWolf

8/20. Happy Tears Comedy Showcase @ The Hemlock. 1131 Polk St. SF. 8:30pm. $5. Featuring Brendan Lynch, Caitlin Gill, Josh Androsky, Jules Posner, Clare O’Kane, Matt Lieb and Hosted by Cameron Vannini and Drew Platt.