Daily Random: (11/23/2013)

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Adam McLaughlin, Ryan Cronin and Jeff Reitman by Red Scott. Full Set: Here.

[Originally Posted May 28, 2012]

10/30. The Halloween Romane Event @ Make-Out Room. 3225 22nd St. SF. 8PM. $5–$10. Featuring Ryan Cronin, Bert DiVietri, Dash Kwiatkowski, Juan Medina, Pam Benjamin. Hosted by Paco Romane. Ticket Available: Here.

Fresh off a hot summer of comedy (Cobb’s, SF Punch Line, Comedy Central) one of San Francisco’s favorite comedians Paco Romane (voted Best Comedian SF Weekly 2012) hosts his annual Haunted Hilarity comedy show at The Make-Out Room on October 30th! See an All-Star line up of comics in costumes: headliner Ryan Cronin (SF Weekly’s Comic To Watch 2013) performs with Bert DiVietri (Don’t Watch This Show LIVE), Pam Benjamin (Mutiny Radio), Juan Medina (PM Talk Show), Dash Kwiatkowski (The Punch Line), and hosted by Paco Romane (Comedy Central, NPR, NBC). Wear a costume and get in for just $5!

10/30. The Halloween Romane Event @ Make-Out Room. 3225 22nd St. SF. 8PM. $5–$10. Featuring Ryan Cronin, Bert DiVietri, Dash Kwiatkowski, Juan Medina, Pam Benjamin. Hosted by Paco Romane. Ticket Available: Here.

Fresh off a hot summer of comedy (Cobb’s, SF Punch Line, Comedy Central) one of San Francisco’s favorite comedians Paco Romane (voted Best Comedian SF Weekly 2012) hosts his annual Haunted Hilarity comedy show at The Make-Out Room on October 30th! See an All-Star line up of comics in costumes: headliner Ryan Cronin (SF Weekly’s Comic To Watch 2013) performs with Bert DiVietri (Don’t Watch This Show LIVE), Pam Benjamin (Mutiny Radio), Juan Medina (PM Talk Show), Dash Kwiatkowski (The Punch Line), and hosted by Paco Romane (Comedy Central, NPR, NBC). 

Wear a costume and get in for just $5!

Sketch Saturday: “Smirnoff Ice Intervention” by ACoupleofN3rds. Featuring Adam McLaughlin, Ken Townsend, Casey Grim, Joe Gorman and Ryan Cronin. 

(Source: nightlifeonmars)

SFWeekly’s Best of San Francisco 2013: A Comedy Perspective

Every year around this time has a fervor of excitement in the Bay Area comedy community. San Francisco is a crown hub of stand-up, a respected market for art and culture, and a mecca for a certain kind of comedy fan. It’s the soup: where the transcendent feed and microcosms emerge and evolve. That being said, it’s also a place with little industry, little structure, and massive turnover. Trying to get noticed, trying to become accomplished, is an arduous, lonesome, unappreciated task. That’s why, during this time of year, a progress report of sorts really sets the year’s tone for a select group of performers.

SFWeekly recently published it’s “Best of” collection of articles, and, as always, a motley group of comedians got the nod (and boost) of recognition. 

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[At the time of this writing, there’s are less than three days left to contribute to this project, which you should totally back. I’m incredibly biased insomuch that I have a respectful personal relationship with most of the cast, an overwhelming appreciation for the subject manner and universal belief of production that features the best of the Bay Area. There’s a lot more sordid, wasteful ways to spend your money. Why not contribute to a dream or three?]

Sketch Sunday: “Westside Story…” by Don’t Watch This Show LIVE!

"…Now I look like George Lucas had a baby with Snow."

- Ryan Cronin @ Cafe Royale/Monday Happy Hour Comedy [Paraphrase]

[Photo of Ryan Cronin by Red Scott]

3/9. Totally Party @ Kip’s Bar. 2439 Durant St. Berkeley. Free. 8PM. Featuring Ryan Cronin, OJ Patterson, Ben Kolina, Kate Willett, Eric Barry and hosted by Jacob Rubin. 

3/9. Totally Party @ Kip’s Bar. 2439 Durant St. Berkeley. Free. 8PM. Featuring Ryan Cronin, OJ Patterson, Ben Kolina, Kate Willett, Eric Barry and hosted by Jacob Rubin. 

(Source: shlabam)