— Chris Schippacasse to John Brown [Paraphrase] (via juanthecomedian)
- Schiappacasse: Hey Paul, you've progressed from a shitty open mic-er to a shitty host.
- Brumbaugh: Yeah at least I've progressed. You're still just a shitty open mic-er.
Wharf Room @ Castagnola’s. 286 Jefferson St. SF. $10. 8 pm. Featuring Chantel Williams, Dave DeLuca, Drew Harmon, Kaseem Bentley, Max Curry, Red Scott and Brian King.
800 Larkin Open Mic. SF. 6:30 PM. Hosted by Chris Schiappacasse.
Casey Ley @ The SF Comedy Cellar. 222 Hyde St. SF. 8 PM. $10. Also featuring Kellen Erskine. Hosted by Big Al Gonzales.
Kyle Kinane and Matt Fulchiron @ The Punchline. 444 Battery St. SF. 8 PM & 10 PM. $21.
Conor Kellicutt @ The San Francisco Comedy Cellar. 222 Hyde St. SF. 8 PM. $10. Featuring Big Al Gonzales, Josef Anolin and host: Justin Harrison.
Big Damn Production @ Kip’s. 2439 Durant Avenue. Berkeley. 7:30 PM. $5. Featuring Sam Hunt, Keith D, Kazumi Kusano, Ben Kolina, Paul Brumbaugh, iLs Goldbarg and more. Hosted by Dash Kwiatkowski.
Speech Therapy’s Dig These Apples @ 7 Mile House. 2800 Bayshore Blvd. Brisbane. 8 PM. Free. Featuring Kevin Munroe, Kelly Anneken, Lydia Popovich, Keon Polee, Ben DelCastillo. Hosted by Tony Sparks.
Who’s The Next Reject Audition @ 800 Larkin. SF. 6 PM. Hosted by Chris Schiappacasse.
One of our members is leaving, so we’re having this contest to find the next new member of the tour. The Rejects of Standup tour has been called the hottest new comedy tour of 2011. If you think you are a reject of standup, come find out if you have what it takes to make it official. The audition is open and there is no fee.
We’re looking for people who’s acts are on a thin line between bad and really good, who are controversial within their comedy scene, have been doing it for a while to prove their dedication and toughness, and who fit in well with the rest of the group.
Previously Secret Information @ The Marsh. 2120 Allston Way. Berkeley. 8:30 pm. $15-$35. Featuring Erika Lutz, Nina G., Bruce Pachtman and Joe Klocek.
— Joe Gorman after Chris Schiappacasse knocked over a charity container.