9/20. Hand to Mouth Comedy @ Sacramento Comedy Spot. 1050 20th St #130. Sacramento. 10:30pm. $8. Featuring Trevor Hill, Kevin Munroe, Anna Seregina, Keith Lowell Jensen, Xander Deveaux, Ivan Hernandez, Daniel Humbarger, and Mike Patten. Tickets Available: Here.
On August 16th, join Mary Van Note and headliner Marga Gomez at Comedy Stylings at The Cynic Cave! The Cynic Cave is fast becoming the hottest comedy destination in San Francisco hosting the best and most unique comedians from the Bay Area and beyond. Watch some of the funniest comedians from San Francisco in an intimate environment, where they’ll be sporting their best threads while telling their best jokes.
"I wanted a way to combine a couple of my favorite things; fashion and comedy. I looked around at some fellow performers and thought, hey, I’m not alone in being excited to dress up to perform,” says producer/host Mary Van Note, “I ask each performer to wear their favorite outfit, and they’ll be brought on stage with details on what they’re wearing like a fashion show. When you think about it, some of the comedy greats have such iconic style; think Bill Cosby’s sweater or Woody Allen’s glasses, Eddie Murphy’s red leather suit or Phyllis Diller’s feathers. Style has always been a part of comedy, just not as noticed, and Comedy Stylings is a way to celebrate the jokes and the style.” In addition to great comedy each show features costume changes, a vintage pop-up shop and a makeover. That’s a lot of fun to be happening in a basement of a video store in the Mission.
6/6. Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction @ Cobb’s Comedy Club. 915 Columbus Ave. SF. 8pm. $15. Featuring Baron Vaughn, Nato Green, Jules Posner, Caitlin Gill, Ivan Hernandez, David Gborie, Jesse Elias, Kevin O’Shea, Sean Keane and Natasha Muse. Tickets Available: Here.
The lineup includes special guest Baron Vaughn (LA) as well as San Francisco favorites Nato Green, Jules Posner, Caitlin Gill, Ivan Hernandez, David Gborie, Jesse Elias, Kevin O’Shea, Sean Keane and Natasha Muse.
Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction was originally founded in Seattle, and is now held monthly at the Nerdist Theater in Los Angeles, CA. It has been featured as part of the Noise for the Needy Festival (Seattle) Bridgetown Comedy Festival (Portland) Riot LA (Los Angeles) SF Sketchfest, and will be at the upcoming Just For Laughs fest (Chicago.) A podcast culled from the live show is debuting in 2013.
Laughspin.Com called CEFF “…One of my favorite comedy shows I’ve ever taken in. Period.”
[There’s so many things that make this show a no-brainer to go to. For starters, it has assembled some of the greatest perspectives/voices of the Bay Area’s comedy community: everyone is coming with a very skilled, very defined style. Secondly, I don’t know the outcome of January’s Sketchfest shows but LAST YEAR, two amazing champions were crowned with David Gborie and Sean Keane (whom will do battle at this event). Thirdly, the absurdity of so much filth is extremely cathartic. Fourthly, just fucking go.]
Episode 28: “HIGHER” FNFS LIVE with Ivan Hernandez, George Chen, and Sean Keane
Professors Dave Child and Julia Prescott spent 4/20 up in San Francisco at Lost Weekend Video to talk about films that relate to the theme: “HIGHER.” Dave and Julia discussed the Monkees’ “HEAD” and The Red Elvis’s “Six-String Samurai” and their guests each brought something different to the table. Ivan Hernandez (of the podcast: BOARS, GORE, and SWORDS) made us experience “Altered States” while George Chen (The Cynic Cave) descended “Jacob’s Ladder” and Sean Keane (The Business) finished it off with “TipToes.” Let us take you higher, its Friday Night Film School! LIVE!
This illustration was supposed to be posted last week but due to all 4 of my wisdom teeth being pulled I was out of commission, feeling better now I can finally post this Illustration. This is based upon the the awesome podcast Boars, Gore, and Swords. It is hosted by comedians Red Scott and Ivan Hernandez they re-cap the Game of Thrones TV show, as well as read the books and regurgitate it into to comedy bits for the listener, and does what you should be watching episodes in which they recommend what TV shows to watch. The best part of the podcast is whenever Red and Ivan’s conversations just digress into either Comics, Tv, Pop Culture, Comedians, and or Weed.
This illustration is more based on the Dunk and Egg stories they recently read. I imagined Ivan as Dunk and Red as Egg because whenever the conversations break down into fictional war strategy Ivan usually goes with a more physical response such as bust a dudes head in with armor mounted spikes, while Red tends to go with a more tactical response. It is a stark contrast to what would actually happen to the both of them in a war scenario, which is die a horrible death.
There are little clues in this illustration as to what they most talk about on the podcast such as the flag Red is holding is a shout out to the west wing and Aaron Sorkin, as well as the Tardis is a shout to to time travel. In Ivan’s case I chose to depict him with a weed shield, and Cthulhu monster tentacles attacking him and his stead. All of this is self explanatory if you listen to the podcast. Btw if the lettering is hard to make out it says “the third greatest game of thrones podcast”.
This is the best, my legs have never been in such great shape - Red.
Fanart for one of my favorite podcasts, Boars, Gore and Swords, a Game of Thrones recap podcast hosted by comedians Red Scott and Ivan Hernandez. One of the reasons I’m most excited about season 3 of GoT is the return of these two guys discussing/making fun of the show, with frequent tangents onto topics such as comic books, Trader Joes, and Aaron Sorkin.
(Everything in this picture makes sense if you listen to the podcast.)
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