5/5. Warm Regards @ Afterlife Boutique. 988 Valencia St. SF. Free/8PM. Featuring Caitlin Gill, Kaseem Bentley, Chris Garcia, Joe Gorman and Joey Devine. Hosted  by Chris Thayer. 

5/5. Warm Regards @ Afterlife Boutique. 988 Valencia St. SF. Free/8PM. Featuring Caitlin Gill, Kaseem Bentley, Chris Garcia, Joe Gorman and Joey Devine. Hosted  by Chris Thayer. 

4/28. Comedy @ 50 Mason Social House. 50 Mason St. SF. Free. 7PM. Featuring Greg Asdourian, Bryant Hicks, OJ Patterson, Ben Kolina, Sergio Barajas, Dash Kwaitkowski, Lyall Behrens, Matt Rathbun, and Varun Rajan. Hosted by Joe Gorman? 

4/28. Comedy @ 50 Mason Social House. 50 Mason St. SF. Free. 7PM. Featuring Greg Asdourian, Bryant Hicks, OJ Patterson, Ben Kolina, Sergio Barajas, Dash Kwaitkowski, Lyall Behrens, Matt Rathbun, and Varun Rajan. Hosted by Joe Gorman? 

4/24. LOL for LLS @ Milk Bar. 1840 Haight St. SF. Free (donations). 8PM. Featuring OJ Patterson, Vince Mancini, Leslie Small, Kaseem Bentley, Josh Marcus, Paul Sanford, Matt Lieb, Alex Q. Huffman, Alison Stevenson, Ivan Hernandez, Joe Gorman, and Stefan Davis. Hosted by Eric Barry. Advanced Donations: Here.

Prepare to laugh your collars into permanent pop-dom, as San Francisco comics hit the stage for LOL for LLS, a fundraiser for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society as part of the 2012 Mr. Marina Competition.
12 of San Francisco’s funniest young comedians will come together April 24, along with host and Mr. Marina finalist Eric Barry for a night of hilarious standup comedy. All proceeds from the event will go towards Eric’s fundraising efforts, one of the criterion upon which the Mr. Marina finalists are judged.
Mr. Marina is a fundraising competition poking fun at the stereotypes of San Francisco’s Marina District, while raising money for LLS. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society helps blood cancer patients live better, longer lives through cancer research and community programs.
 
Hosted by Eric Barry
The event will be held at Milk on Haight/Stanyan. 10% of all bar proceeds will also benefit Eric’s fundraising campaign. Comedian Stefan Davis will also be donating 50% of sales from his comedy CD at the event. All donations (including ticket purchases) are tax-deductible. 
The event is free, but we strongly encourage you to show your support for blood cancer research by purchasing a paying ticket or making an in-person donation at the event.

4/24. LOL for LLS @ Milk Bar. 1840 Haight St. SF. Free (donations). 8PM. Featuring OJ Patterson, Vince Mancini, Leslie Small, Kaseem Bentley, Josh Marcus, Paul Sanford, Matt Lieb, Alex Q. Huffman, Alison Stevenson, Ivan Hernandez, Joe Gorman, and Stefan Davis. Hosted by Eric Barry. Advanced Donations: Here.

Prepare to laugh your collars into permanent pop-dom, as San Francisco comics hit the stage for LOL for LLS, a fundraiser for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society as part of the 2012 Mr. Marina Competition.

12 of San Francisco’s funniest young comedians will come together April 24, along with host and Mr. Marina finalist Eric Barry for a night of hilarious standup comedy. All proceeds from the event will go towards Eric’s fundraising efforts, one of the criterion upon which the Mr. Marina finalists are judged.

Mr. Marina is a fundraising competition poking fun at the stereotypes of San Francisco’s Marina District, while raising money for LLS. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society helps blood cancer patients live better, longer lives through cancer research and community programs.

 

Hosted by Eric Barry

The event will be held at Milk on Haight/Stanyan. 10% of all bar proceeds will also benefit Eric’s fundraising campaign. Comedian Stefan Davis will also be donating 50% of sales from his comedy CD at the event. All donations (including ticket purchases) are tax-deductible. 

The event is free, but we strongly encourage you to show your support for blood cancer research by purchasing a paying ticket or making an in-person donation at the event.

4/14. Comedy @ SPARC. 1256 Mission St. SF. Free. 8PM. Featuring Natasha Muse, Chris Storin, Caitlin Gill, Melanie O’Brien, Jesse Fernandez, Keith D’Souza and hosted by Joe Gorman. 
[Non-medical marijuana member attendees need to RSVP: Here.]

4/14. Comedy @ SPARC. 1256 Mission St. SF. Free. 8PM. Featuring Natasha Muse, Chris Storin, Caitlin Gill, Melanie O’Brien, Jesse Fernandez, Keith D’Souza and hosted by Joe Gorman. 

[Non-medical marijuana member attendees need to RSVP: Here.]

"No lie… when I die, I’m going to heaven."

— Joe Gorman @ Dirty Trix [Paraphrase]

3/31. Get Yucked Up @ Dirty Trix. 408 Clement St. SF. 9PM. $0. Featuring David Gborie, Joe Gorman, Joey Devine, and Andrew Moore. Hosted by Andrew Holmgren. Plus Some Very Special Guests. Presented by Sylvan Productions.
[This is the ultimate free show this Saturday.]

3/31. Get Yucked Up @ Dirty Trix. 408 Clement St. SF. 9PM. $0. Featuring David Gborie, Joe Gorman, Joey Devine, and Andrew Moore. Hosted by Andrew Holmgren. Plus Some Very Special Guests. Presented by Sylvan Productions.

[This is the ultimate free show this Saturday.]

3/13. Caitlin Gill @ The Eric Show. Milk Bar. 1840 Haight St. SF. $5. 8PM. Featuring Joe Gorman, Josh Argyle, and Paco Romane. Hosted by Eric Barry.
BONUS: Open Mic: 7PM-8PM. Lottery: 6:30.

Caitlin Gill was featured as one of 7x7’s “7 Comics Rocking the Local Scene” and has worked with such names as Robin Williams, Doug Benson, Arj Barker and Andy Kindler. She has been a regular performer in SF SketchFest since 2007, and has also appeared at the Vancouver Gloval Comedy Fest, as well as host of the SF Women’s Comedy Competition. When Caitlin isn’t performing at the top comedy venues around the Bay Area, she can be seen performing as a regular member of the renowned comedy company The Business.

3/13. Caitlin Gill @ The Eric Show. Milk Bar. 1840 Haight St. SF. $5. 8PM. Featuring Joe Gorman, Josh Argyle, and Paco Romane. Hosted by Eric Barry.

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

Caitlin Gill was featured as one of 7x7’s “7 Comics Rocking the Local Scene” and has worked with such names as Robin Williams, Doug Benson, Arj Barker and Andy Kindler. She has been a regular performer in SF SketchFest since 2007, and has also appeared at the Vancouver Gloval Comedy Fest, as well as host of the SF Women’s Comedy Competition. When Caitlin isn’t performing at the top comedy venues around the Bay Area, she can be seen performing as a regular member of the renowned comedy company The Business.

Joe Gorman & Audience in... Dark Knight Rises

  • Joe Gorman: Did it get dark or did it just get real?
  • Audience Member: Both!
  • Joe Gorman: Yes, it's always darkest before the punchline.
Joe Gorman @ Dirty Trix

Joe Gorman @ Dirty Trix

Exclusive: Conrad Roth Interview (2/27/2012)

[Photo by Ameen Belbahri]

Many could see Conrad Roth cresting to the upper echelon of San Francisco’s comedy totem. Some would say he was already there. He had a potent and powerful view, voice and expression that spoke true to his East Coast roots in an intelligent/cool way. And then he was gone, back across the country, leaving many to wonder where his career would subsequently go. Who knows? For the meantime he lives in Philadelphia, performing stand-up and filming sketch with his group “Center City Comedy”. One of their regular series the produce is “We Rent”, a micro sketch show of cramped quarters and shared inappropriateness. Here’s an interview with Conrad on his recent activities with the San Francisco sheen fading from his shoulders.

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