Nato Green Standup Comedy at The Business-San Francisco

Nato Green performs standup comedy at The Business at the Dark Room Theater during SF Sketchest. February 5, 2014.

Podcast: The Nato Sessions with Nato Green and Guy Branum by 3200 StoriesDownload Link: Here. iTunes: HereOfficial Link: Here

On The Nato Sessions we talk to comedian and comedy writer Guy Branum (of Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell & Chelsea Lately) about the impossible labyrinth of growing up a gay, Jewish, redneck Arkie almond farmer in rural California. We discuss working as a comedy writer while maintaining your own voice as a standup, and hash out our disagreements on boycotts, clickbait, outrage, and building the movement of gays where they go to find dick.

"Comedian vs Startup CEO on Techies, Gentrification, & Homelessness" by Nato Green

One week after Angelhack CEO Greg Gopman’s Facebook post deriding the people of San Francisco went viral, the same week Google Buses were protested and blocked by anti-displacement activists, San Francisco comedian Nato Green took to the state of the Punch Line Comedy Club on a show with W. Kamau Bell to respond. This is an excerpt.

12/12. Club Chuckles: Kyle Kinane [Two Shows!] @ Hemlock Tavern. 1131 Polk St., SF. 7:30&9:30pm. $12-15. Featuring Anna Seregina & Bucky Sinister; Caitlin Gill & Nato Green. Click words to buy tix. 

[Club Chuckles is sending 2013 (and its 10th year) off with a bona fide champion. If you’re loyal to this site, it’s values, and it’s sentiments, you already love Kyle Kinane. For all his accomplishments and well-crafted, well-recieved, subtle takeover as a symbol (and voice) for the embodiment of “Comedy”, Kyle keeps it ghetto. He’s still for the everyman, still a product of humble hard work, a lyrical lush of charming deprecation. Spread the word, be apart of the Club Chuckles movement, and enjoy the illustrious privilege of San Francisco’s many hidden gems.]

Comedian Nato Green at SF Board of Supervisors

On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, San Francisco comedian Nato Green gave public comment during a hearing at the Board of Supervisors. The Board was hearing an appeal on a proposed condo development on Valencia Street in the Mission District, and there were concerns that the project would hurt the beloved Marsh Theatre next door.

Podcast: The Nato Sessions with Nato Green and Marc Maron by 3200 Stories. Download Link: Here. Official Link: Here

Nato sits down with Marc Maron, the beloved comedian, podcaster, author, and star of his own IFC tv series Maron, which was just renewed for a second season. They talk about intellectual inspirations in Albuquerque, Maron’s contentious relationship to liberalism, and what lessons should be drawn from his newfound creative success.

Favorite Things of Last Night: Comedy Day Selections from DNA