Tonight: [Comedy] Funny Shits @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall. 1710 Mission St. SF. Free. Two Drink Minimum. Featuring Alison Stevenson, Colleen Watson, Daryus Monday, Jules Posner, Cameron Vannini, Jesse Fernandez, Anna Seregina, Kevin Camia, Chris Thayer and The Ramshackle Romeos. Hosted by Anthony Bedard. 
[Incredible Line-Up]

Tonight: [Comedy] Funny Shits @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall. 1710 Mission St. SF. Free. Two Drink Minimum. Featuring Alison Stevenson, Colleen Watson, Daryus Monday, Jules Posner, Cameron Vannini, Jesse Fernandez, Anna Seregina, Kevin Camia, Chris Thayer and The Ramshackle Romeos. Hosted by Anthony Bedard. 

[Incredible Line-Up]

Courting Sketchfest: Chris Thayer by Jennifer Berge

Courting Sketchfest: Chris Thayer by Jennifer Berge

3/14. The Business @ The Dark Room. 2263 Mission St. SF. 8PM. $5. Featuring Josh Gondelman, Emily Fleming, Kaseem Bentley, Sean Keane, Alex Koll, Chris Garcia, Chris Thayer, Caitlin Gill, and Bucky Sinister

The Business is happy to welcome the hilarious Josh Gondelman to the show this week. Josh hails from Boston, but currently lives in New York City. For such a sweet and lovable former preschool teacher, he knows a surprising amount about gangsta rap. He won first prize in the initial Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta, and has performed at festivals such as SF Sketchfest, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival. His debut CD is called “Everything’s The Best,” and was produced by Rooftop Comedy. You can follow his consistently stellar Twitter work at twitter.com/joshgondelman.
As if that weren’t enough East Coast flavor, we’ve also got comedian Emily Fleming visiting from New York. And we’re also happy to welcome back Kaseem Bentley, local favorite and insult comic extraordinaire. The San Jose Mercury News called him a “comic to watch,” and Chris Garcia once called him “the last King of Scotland.” You’ll call him “hella funny” or possibly “Rick Ross’s half-brother.”
We’ve also got a full cast of regular Businesspeople: Chris Garcia, Caitlin Gill, Sean Keane, Alex Koll, Bucky Sinister & Chris Thayer. As always, admission is just five dollars, because we’re the best bargain in town. 

3/14. The Business @ The Dark Room. 2263 Mission St. SF. 8PM. $5. Featuring Josh Gondelman, Emily Fleming, Kaseem Bentley, Sean Keane, Alex Koll, Chris Garcia, Chris Thayer, Caitlin Gill, and Bucky Sinister

The Business is happy to welcome the hilarious Josh Gondelman to the show this week. Josh hails from Boston, but currently lives in New York City. For such a sweet and lovable former preschool teacher, he knows a surprising amount about gangsta rap. He won first prize in the initial Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta, and has performed at festivals such as SF Sketchfest, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival. His debut CD is called “Everything’s The Best,” and was produced by Rooftop Comedy. You can follow his consistently stellar Twitter work at twitter.com/joshgondelman.

As if that weren’t enough East Coast flavor, we’ve also got comedian Emily Fleming visiting from New York. And we’re also happy to welcome back Kaseem Bentley, local favorite and insult comic extraordinaire. The San Jose Mercury News called him a “comic to watch,” and Chris Garcia once called him “the last King of Scotland.” You’ll call him “hella funny” or possibly “Rick Ross’s half-brother.”

We’ve also got a full cast of regular Businesspeople: Chris Garcia, Caitlin Gill, Sean Keane, Alex Koll, Bucky Sinister & Chris Thayer. As always, admission is just five dollars, because we’re the best bargain in town. 

3/3. Warm Regards @ Afterlife Boutique. 988 Valencia St. Free. 8PM. Featuring Mike Drucker, Ben Feldman, Brendan Lynch, Clare O’Kane, Jesse Fernandez and special guest. Hosted by Chris Thayer.
[Great Show]

3/3. Warm Regards @ Afterlife Boutique. 988 Valencia St. Free. 8PM. Featuring Mike Drucker, Ben Feldman, Brendan Lynch, Clare O’Kane, Jesse Fernandez and special guest. Hosted by Chris Thayer.

[Great Show]

2/24. Anna Seregina @ Purple Onion. 140 Columbus Ave. SF. 8PM. $20. Featuring Matt Lieb, Nick Palm, Chris Thayer, Kaseem Bentley and Keon Polee. Hosted by Jabari Davis. Tickets Available: Here. 
[Must See Show]. 

2/24. Anna Seregina @ Purple Onion. 140 Columbus Ave. SF. 8PM. $20. Featuring Matt Lieb, Nick Palm, Chris Thayer, Kaseem Bentley and Keon Polee. Hosted by Jabari Davis. Tickets Available: Here

[Must See Show]. 

Snob Theater @ Noise Pop-Up Shot [Set] by Shawn Robbins. 

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2/17. Snob Theater X Noise Pop. $10. 8PM.

Noise Pop-Up Shop. 34 Page St. SF. Featuring Brendon Walsh, Dave Thomason, Janine Brito and Chris Thayer. Music by: The Ferocious Few and Bobby Joe Ebola and Children MacNuggits. Hosted by Shawn Robbins. Advance Tickets: Here.

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2/24. The Eric Show w/ Natasha Muse @ Milk Bar. 1840 Haight St. SF. $5 (Free Before 8PM). Featuring Chris Thayer, Melanie O’Brien and Alex Q. Huffman. Hosted by Eric Barry.
BONUS: Open Mic: 7PM-8PM. Lottery: 6:30.

Natasha Muse is a phenomenal SF comedian and host of the monthly show “A Funny Night for Comedy”. She is also the winner of the 2010 Battle of the Bay Competition, and can be seen performing regularly at esteemed venues all over the Bay Area including Cobb’s and the SF Punchline.Join us for a phenomenal night of comedy!!(Facebook)

2/24. The Eric Show w/ Natasha Muse @ Milk Bar. 1840 Haight St. SF. $5 (Free Before 8PM). Featuring Chris Thayer, Melanie O’Brien and Alex Q. Huffman. Hosted by Eric Barry.

BONUS: Open Mic: 7PM-8PM. Lottery: 6:30.

Natasha Muse is a phenomenal SF comedian and host of the monthly show “A Funny Night for Comedy”. She is also the winner of the 2010 Battle of the Bay Competition, and can be seen performing regularly at esteemed venues all over the Bay Area including Cobb’s and the SF Punchline.

Join us for a phenomenal night of comedy!!

Chris Thayer by Kaseem Bentley
[Gangster]

Chris Thayer by Kaseem Bentley

[Gangster]

"I Resolve to Dance" by Emily Heller. Feat Chris Thayer, Nate Heller, Aparna Nancherla, Janine Brito, Caitlin Gill and Edwin Li