Alameda Comedy Competition @ McGrath’s Pub. 1539 Lincoln St. Alameda. Featuring Jen Dronsky, Duat Mai, Ben Kolina, Nina G, Roman Leo and Robert Keith. 10 P.M. Hosted by OJ Patterson (THAT’S ME!) (I might bring candy, I never know what I’m doing with this crazy, crazy show.)
The Business @ The Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. $5. 8 PM. Featuring Rachel Swan and W. Kamau Bell. (In the spirit of the indie, lived in element of the Dark Room, every audience member should be hit with a face full of flour).
Special Ladies Night at the Brainwash. 7th and Folsom. Free.99. 8:00 PM. (If you’re a lady comic you pretty much know that this is a pre-booking show [Facebook, E-Mail] because this night, Erikka Innes will be performing a 30 minute set to prepare for a CD Recording). Hosted by Kristee Ono.
Stud Open Mic Comedy. 9th & Harrison. SF. Sign Ups 8:30 PM. Show 9:00 PM. Hosted by Kelly Anneken and Ricky Luna. (Silly and frightening).
Alameda (“Didn’t they shoot episodes of Scooby Doo here?” – Roman Leo)
Alameda has an interesting place in the Bay Area balance. Not quite Oakland, not quite Berkeley, not quite Orinda, not quite Richmond, it’s a rustic island of wood, steel, glass and street lights. With its well kept patios and eclectic collection of white people (and minorities who keep it real), Alameda is deceptive. What could this ghost-naval-island-town offer to the world at large besides a franchise of La Pinata, a community college, two adjacent dance studios, and creepy dilapidated buildings? Well, on Wednesday nights at McGrath’s Pub, the East Bay middle child offers comedy.
Jabari Davis and Associates Present Caitlin Gill. $20. 8PM. 140 Columbus Ave. San Francisco. (All I can say is Caitlin ‘Effin Gill.)
McGrath’s Comedy Competition. 1539 Lincoln Ave. 9:30 PM. (I have no idea what’s going on here but I’ll be there hosting or something.)
The Punch Line presents two of San Francisco’s top rising comedy stars, both with roots in the Philippines. Kevin Camia’s very strange ruminations on everyday life earned him an appearance on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and a featured spot at the SF Sketchfest. Nico Santos has outrageous yet charming things to say about his quirky family, life as a gay man in San Francisco and more. (Click text for deals)
Ladies Night @ The Brainwash. 7th St. and Folsom. Sign Ups: 7:30. Show: 8:00.
Stud Open Mic. 9th & Harrison. San Francisco. Sign Ups: 8:00 PM. Show: 9