12/8. Eric Cash Special Recording [2 SHOWS!] @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. Featuring Natasha Muse and Xander Deveaux. 

Eric Cash has had a rough year. After getting married and losing his wife to breast cancer in the summer of 2012, and then having to relocate to the Pacific Northwest to care for his father with stage 4 lung cancer in the early part of this year, his plans for his comedy career have repeatedly had to be set aside to deal with heavy, real world issues, and the madness that comes with mourning and trauma.But he’s refused to let those things stop him. Working material nightly at showcases and open mics for the last year and a half in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, and everywhere in between, he’s finally ready to set forth with the DIY comedy special he’d been planning since the spring of 2012.If you don’t know who he is, Cash is an outspoken underground comic who has performed all over the world, including the Edmonton Fringe Festival and the Melbourne Comedy Fest. His new onslaught of material is dark surrealism based in hard reality with topics ranging from creative ways to cope with PTSD to the nature of nightmares manifested in the real world.


[This show is a long time coming. Eric Cash has a story to tell and has a voice to tell it. Great openers, great venue, I highly recommend.]

12/8. Eric Cash Special Recording [2 SHOWS!] @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. Featuring Natasha Muse and Xander Deveaux. 

Eric Cash has had a rough year. After getting married and losing his wife to breast cancer in the summer of 2012, and then having to relocate to the Pacific Northwest to care for his father with stage 4 lung cancer in the early part of this year, his plans for his comedy career have repeatedly had to be set aside to deal with heavy, real world issues, and the madness that comes with mourning and trauma.

But he’s refused to let those things stop him. Working material nightly at showcases and open mics for the last year and a half in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, and everywhere in between, he’s finally ready to set forth with the DIY comedy special he’d been planning since the spring of 2012.

If you don’t know who he is, Cash is an outspoken underground comic who has performed all over the world, including the Edmonton Fringe Festival and the Melbourne Comedy Fest. His new onslaught of material is dark surrealism based in hard reality with topics ranging from creative ways to cope with PTSD to the nature of nightmares manifested in the real world.

[This show is a long time coming. Eric Cash has a story to tell and has a voice to tell it. Great openers, great venue, I highly recommend.]

Podcast: Zum Podcast with George Chen. Episode 17 - Eric Cash. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here

Comedian Eric Cash had a pretty eclectic past as astreet performercircus ringleader, and punk singer before arriving at his current craft. We talk about his life bouncing around the US with a crew of tattooed, vomiting, and drugged out clowns, berating SF tourists, shooting apples off people’s heads Burroughs-style, painting on boobs in New Orleans, and how punk and comedy come to cross purposes. This past year his personal life has been in tragic upheaval. If you can imagine going through the darkest time of your life and getting on the mic in the midst of it, you have some inkling of the intensity and dedication he channels. He’sworking on his first album (recording it at Stagewerx in SF on these dates) while also starring as a super villain in a Batgirl fan web series, appearing at San Francisco’s first Comedy and Burrito Festival October 11-13th, and burning up the twittersphere. (You know it’s a good show when the stuff I left on the cutting room floor includes stories about sneaking into gigs as Eyehategod’s roadie.)

Hand to Mouth (9/7/2012): James Fluty, Ivan Hernandez, Eric Cash, Trevor Hill and Alison Stevenson. 

Hand to Mouth (9/7/2012): James Fluty, Ivan Hernandez, Eric Cash, Trevor Hill and Alison Stevenson. 

9/7. Hand to Mouth: Technology @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 10pm. $5. Featuring Kevin Camia, Eric Cash, Ivan Hernandez, Alison Stevenson and Kessel Run (music). Hosted by Trevor Hill and James Fluty. 
handtomouthcomedy:

Innovating for a Funnier Tomorrow.
James Fluty and Trevor Hill present ‘Hand to Mouth’: a topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, political, or economic issue. September’s Topic: Technology! Comedians Kevin Camia, Eric Cash, Ivan Hernandez and Alison Stevenson join James and Trevor in accessing the domain of robots, laptops, iPads, electric cars, Blu-rays, video games, smartphones and predator drones. And laser beams, definitely laser beams.
Also featuring a special musical performance from sci-fi/rock duo: Kessel Run!
Hand to Mouth: Technology Friday, September 7th @ 10:00PM The Dark Room (2263 Mission St.) Cover: $5 at the Door

9/7. Hand to Mouth: Technology @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 10pm. $5. Featuring Kevin Camia, Eric Cash, Ivan Hernandez, Alison Stevenson and Kessel Run (music). Hosted by Trevor Hill and James Fluty. 

handtomouthcomedy:

Innovating for a Funnier Tomorrow.

James Fluty and Trevor Hill present ‘Hand to Mouth’: a topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, political, or economic issue.

September’s Topic: Technology!

Comedians Kevin Camia, Eric Cash, Ivan Hernandez and Alison Stevenson join James and Trevor in accessing the domain of robots, laptops, iPads, electric cars, Blu-rays, video games, smartphones and predator drones. And laser beams, definitely laser beams.

Also featuring a special musical performance from sci-fi/rock duo: Kessel Run!

Hand to Mouth: Technology
Friday, September 7th @ 10:00PM
The Dark Room (2263 Mission St.)
Cover: $5 at the Door

San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival Countdown: Eric Cash (“filled with korean cabbage, moonshine cherries, and live octopus”) [55 Days Left]

[Photo by Leo Hochberg]

Mark Pitta, Robin Williams, Bobcat Goldthwait, Nick Aragon, Johnny Taylor, Eric Cash, Matt Kirshen @ Set List/142 Throckmorton Theater.

Mark Pitta, Robin Williams, Bobcat Goldthwait, Nick Aragon, Johnny Taylor, Eric Cash, Matt Kirshen @ Set List/142 Throckmorton Theater.

6/8. Jimmy Gunn @ Paddy’s Coffee House. 3900 Smith St. Union City. 8:30PM. Free. Featuring Curtis Taylor III, Dan Allenderwest, Stefani Silverman, Tyler Hinz, Eric Cash, Sam Meeker and Thomas Mayfield. Hosted by Molly Sokhom.
[Dear South Bay. I love you. I am from you. I’ve rolled in your hills, blasted past memory, front-flipping through dubstep day raves. I’ve eaten foreign cookies with your residents. You have a good thing going, South Bay. This event series is in said pocket of perfection. Great comedy for the great price of nothing. Check it out if you want wiggle, giggle and fall in love.]

6/8. Jimmy Gunn @ Paddy’s Coffee House. 3900 Smith St. Union City. 8:30PM. Free. Featuring Curtis Taylor III, Dan Allenderwest, Stefani Silverman, Tyler Hinz, Eric Cash, Sam Meeker and Thomas Mayfield. Hosted by Molly Sokhom.

[Dear South Bay. I love you. I am from you. I’ve rolled in your hills, blasted past memory, front-flipping through dubstep day raves. I’ve eaten foreign cookies with your residents. You have a good thing going, South Bay. This event series is in said pocket of perfection. Great comedy for the great price of nothing. Check it out if you want wiggle, giggle and fall in love.]

"My friend was diagnosed with “whooping cough”, because apparently his doctor was a programmer on “Oregon Trail”."

— Eric Cash @ Milk Bar [Paraphrase]

"I’m recording my set because I want to encapsulate my pain on my memory card."

— Eric Cash @ Deco [Paraphrase]

Eric Cash by Leo Hochberg

Eric Cash by Leo Hochberg