Hysterical Historical San Francisco w/ Kurt Weitzmann, Every Sunday Until July 28th @ Shelton Theater. 533 Sutter St. SF. $15-45. 7PM. Goldstar. BrownPaperTickets.

The Shelton Theater in conjunction with Comedy on the Square presents a fun evening featuring acclaimed comic Kurt Weitzmann in his hilarious one man show. At 7:00 p.m., Kurt Weitzmann’s “Hysterical, Historical San Francisco” does the impossible: proves that San Francisco is funnier than it already is.  

Hysterical Historical San Francisco w/ Kurt Weitzmann, Every Sunday Until July 28th @ Shelton Theater. 533 Sutter St. SF. $15-45. 7PM. Goldstar. BrownPaperTickets.

The Shelton Theater in conjunction with Comedy on the Square presents a fun evening featuring acclaimed comic Kurt Weitzmann in his hilarious one man show. At 7:00 p.m., Kurt Weitzmann’s “Hysterical, Historical San Francisco” does the impossible: proves that San Francisco is funnier than it already is.  

12/7-8. Kurt Weitzmann’s Hysterical Historical San Francisco @ Alcove Theater. 414 Mason St. SF. 9PM. $12.50-25. Half Price Tickets: Here. 

Kurt Weitzmann, who founded such Bay Area sketch groups as Nervous Laughter and the SF Weekly parody SF Weakly, takes on the Bay Area in this special holiday edition of his comedy show, Hysterical Historical San Francisco. Weitzmann has been performing stand-up since 1987, appearing on Comedy Central, MTV, The Vancouver Comedy Festival and in San Francisco’s Sketchfest. In addition to his album Talented, Weitzmann wrote and directed the film Last Call. In this stand-up show, Weitzmann turns to his city for inspiration, poking fun at everything from the Barbary Coast to Haight-Ashbury (and every neighborhood in between).

12/7-8. Kurt Weitzmann’s Hysterical Historical San Francisco @ Alcove Theater. 414 Mason St. SF. 9PM. $12.50-25. Half Price Tickets: Here

Kurt Weitzmann, who founded such Bay Area sketch groups as Nervous Laughter and the SF Weekly parody SF Weakly, takes on the Bay Area in this special holiday edition of his comedy show, Hysterical Historical San Francisco. Weitzmann has been performing stand-up since 1987, appearing on Comedy Central, MTV, The Vancouver Comedy Festival and in San Francisco’s Sketchfest. In addition to his album Talented, Weitzmann wrote and directed the film Last Call. In this stand-up show, Weitzmann turns to his city for inspiration, poking fun at everything from the Barbary Coast to Haight-Ashbury (and every neighborhood in between).