5/11. Judgement Day “Facebook Edition” @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 10PM. $5. Featuring Kaseem Bentley, Sean Keane, Ivan Hernandez, Cory Sklar and Shelby Cobras. Hosted by Mimi Vilmenay.

5/11. Judgement Day “Facebook Edition” @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 10PM. $5. Featuring Kaseem Bentley, Sean Keane, Ivan Hernandez, Cory Sklar and Shelby Cobras. Hosted by Mimi Vilmenay.

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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. 

5/4. Kingpin Comedy @ Club K.O. Classic Bowl. 900 King Plaza. Daly City. $7. Doors: 8PM. Featuring Kabir Singh, Lilibeth Helson, Kaseem Bentley, Kevin Camia, Shanti Charan, Justin Lucas, and Daryus Monday. Hosted by Tony Sparks. 

+ Plus AFTER PARTY WILL BE ROCKIN WITH “THE WORLD FAMOUS DJ APOLLO of The Triple Threat Dj’s” & The Legendary DJ KEITH O!!
(via Facebook)

[Music. Bowling. Comedy. Drinking. AND it’s in celebration of Kiko Breiz’s birthday. Kiko is instrumental to Bay Area comedy, and is one of the nicest guys to ever grace God’s green Earth. Come out and celebrate these remarkable times.] 

5/4. Kingpin Comedy @ Club K.O. Classic Bowl. 900 King Plaza. Daly City. $7. Doors: 8PM. Featuring Kabir Singh, Lilibeth Helson, Kaseem Bentley, Kevin Camia, Shanti Charan, Justin Lucas, and Daryus Monday. Hosted by Tony Sparks. 

+ Plus AFTER PARTY WILL BE ROCKIN WITH “THE WORLD FAMOUS DJ APOLLO of The Triple Threat Dj’s” & The Legendary DJ KEITH O!!

(via Facebook)

[Music. Bowling. Comedy. Drinking. AND it’s in celebration of Kiko Breiz’s birthday. Kiko is instrumental to Bay Area comedy, and is one of the nicest guys to ever grace God’s green Earth. Come out and celebrate these remarkable times.] 

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.

Daryus Monday, Kaseem Bentley and Jabari Davis by Kiko Briez 

Daryus Monday, Kaseem Bentley and Jabari Davis by Kiko Briez 

4/7. Cheap to Produce Cultural Entertainment @ 222 Hyde. Free. 7:30PM. Featuring Pam Benjamin, Vince Mancini, Kaseem Bentley, David Gborie and Mike Drucker. Hosted by Zeke Greenwald. 

Come-dy to 222 Hyde for the Cheap to Produce Cultural Entertainment Show. The program will be called, Globe Trotting. As Zeke and his expedition team go on a global quest, they discover a few things they didn’t count on. They also learn a lot about each other! 
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4/7. Cheap to Produce Cultural Entertainment @ 222 Hyde. Free. 7:30PM. Featuring Pam Benjamin, Vince Mancini, Kaseem Bentley, David Gborie and Mike Drucker. Hosted by Zeke Greenwald. 

Come-dy to 222 Hyde for the Cheap to Produce Cultural Entertainment Show. The program will be called, Globe Trotting. As Zeke and his expedition team go on a global quest, they discover a few things they didn’t count on. They also learn a lot about each other! 

(Via Facebook)

4/5. Comedy Bodega @ Esta Noche. 3079 16th St. SF. Free. 8PM. Featuring Karinda Dobbins, Kaseem Bentley, Brendan Lynch and Lydia Popovich. 

4/5. Comedy Bodega @ Esta Noche. 3079 16th St. SF. Free. 8PM. Featuring Karinda Dobbins, Kaseem Bentley, Brendan Lynch and Lydia Popovich. 

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3/24. [Comedy] The Friend Zone @ Dirty Trix. 408 Clement St. SF. 9PM. FREE. Featuring Matt Lieb, Jason Dove, David Gborie, Kaseem Bentley and Sean Keane. Hosted by Matt Louv. Presented by Sylvan Productions.

3/24. [Comedy] The Friend Zone @ Dirty Trix. 408 Clement St. SF. 9PM. FREE. Featuring Matt Lieb, Jason Dove, David Gborie, Kaseem Bentley and Sean Keane. Hosted by Matt Louv. Presented by Sylvan Productions.

Tony Sparks, Kaseem Bentley, William Head, Andrew Holmgren and Marco Alvarez by Will Bucquoy

Tony Sparks, Kaseem Bentley, William Head, Andrew Holmgren and Marco Alvarez by Will Bucquoy

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.