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9/29. Comedy Bang! Bang! Live @ Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco with performances by Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins and the Birthday Boys. See below to why this so crazy.


[Sure, roughly $40 is steep in these trying times but and incomparable  imaginative hilarity (and no drink minimum), this show blows the competition out of the gravy.]

9/29. Comedy Bang! Bang! Live @ Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco with performances by Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins and the Birthday Boys. See below to why this so crazy.

[Sure, roughly $40 is steep in these trying times but and incomparable  imaginative hilarity (and no drink minimum), this show blows the competition out of the gravy.]

2/2-2/23 (FRI&SAT). Made in China (Musical) @ Bindlestiff Studio. 185 6th St. 8PM. $15-$20. Presented by Windsorbach Productions. Featuring Nicholas Weinbach. Directed by Nick Dickson. Tickets Available: Here.

Made in China is an original musical about a child-like up-and-coming postman, Max, who must deliver a mysterious music box to an address that doesn’t exist. In a moment of curiosity, Max shakes the box, and a house magically appears along with Amber, the girl of his dreams. Backed by a live 6-piece chamber orchestra, Made in China’s melody-driven songs and quirky humor will engage you in an exciting adventure of what it’s like to think and act like a kid, again.
The play is directed by Nick Dickson, choreographed by Alexandra Daily, produced by Nicholas Weinbach, DL Soares, and Clinton Winder and features a charming, all-star cast and a live six-piece orchestra that includes two violins, cello, flute, percussion, and piano.

2/2-2/23 (FRI&SAT). Made in China (Musical) @ Bindlestiff Studio. 185 6th St. 8PM. $15-$20. Presented by Windsorbach Productions. Featuring Nicholas Weinbach. Directed by Nick Dickson. Tickets Available: Here.

Made in China is an original musical about a child-like up-and-coming postman, Max, who must deliver a mysterious music box to an address that doesn’t exist. In a moment of curiosity, Max shakes the box, and a house magically appears along with Amber, the girl of his dreams. Backed by a live 6-piece chamber orchestra, Made in China’s melody-driven songs and quirky humor will engage you in an exciting adventure of what it’s like to think and act like a kid, again.

The play is directed by Nick Dickson, choreographed by Alexandra Daily, produced by Nicholas Weinbach, DL Soares, and Clinton Winder and features a charming, all-star cast and a live six-piece orchestra that includes two violins, cello, flute, percussion, and piano.

As you should already know by now, SF Sketchfest returns January 24th for it’s 12th iteration of being one of the WORLD’S premier comedy festivals. The awesomeness therein contained certainly makes this site’s job easier, and the fest’s history is a gold mine for blog-ammunition. But we’re going to take our time, we’re going to make it romantic, we’re going to spend time Courting Sketchfest. So, for the next 40 DAYS I shall be highlighting the locals, loaners, and longshots with a keen eye on the underdog while give props to the top. 
[P.S. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. Some of these events will sell out immediately; Sketchfest has a Comic-Con affect at this point.]

As you should already know by now, SF Sketchfest returns January 24th for it’s 12th iteration of being one of the WORLD’S premier comedy festivals. The awesomeness therein contained certainly makes this site’s job easier, and the fest’s history is a gold mine for blog-ammunition. But we’re going to take our time, we’re going to make it romantic, we’re going to spend time Courting Sketchfest. So, for the next 40 DAYS I shall be highlighting the locals, loaners, and longshots with a keen eye on the underdog while give props to the top. 

[P.S. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. Some of these events will sell out immediately; Sketchfest has a Comic-Con affect at this point.]

12/7-8. Kurt Weitzmann’s Hysterical Historical San Francisco @ Alcove Theater. 414 Mason St. SF. 9PM. $12.50-25. Half Price Tickets: Here. 

Kurt Weitzmann, who founded such Bay Area sketch groups as Nervous Laughter and the SF Weekly parody SF Weakly, takes on the Bay Area in this special holiday edition of his comedy show, Hysterical Historical San Francisco. Weitzmann has been performing stand-up since 1987, appearing on Comedy Central, MTV, The Vancouver Comedy Festival and in San Francisco’s Sketchfest. In addition to his album Talented, Weitzmann wrote and directed the film Last Call. In this stand-up show, Weitzmann turns to his city for inspiration, poking fun at everything from the Barbary Coast to Haight-Ashbury (and every neighborhood in between).

12/7-8. Kurt Weitzmann’s Hysterical Historical San Francisco @ Alcove Theater. 414 Mason St. SF. 9PM. $12.50-25. Half Price Tickets: Here

Kurt Weitzmann, who founded such Bay Area sketch groups as Nervous Laughter and the SF Weekly parody SF Weakly, takes on the Bay Area in this special holiday edition of his comedy show, Hysterical Historical San Francisco. Weitzmann has been performing stand-up since 1987, appearing on Comedy Central, MTV, The Vancouver Comedy Festival and in San Francisco’s Sketchfest. In addition to his album Talented, Weitzmann wrote and directed the film Last Call. In this stand-up show, Weitzmann turns to his city for inspiration, poking fun at everything from the Barbary Coast to Haight-Ashbury (and every neighborhood in between).

12/7. Hella Gay Comedy Show All-Stars @ Stage Werx Theater. 446 Valencia St. SF. 7:30PM. $5. Featuring Kate Willett, Loren Kraut, Shanti Charan, Casey Ley, Sandra Risser, Clare O’Kane, OJ Patterson, Jenn Dronsky, and Tammy Powers. Hosted by Charlie Ballard.

12/7. Hella Gay Comedy Show All-Stars @ Stage Werx Theater. 446 Valencia St. SF. 7:30PM. $5. Featuring Kate Willett, Loren Kraut, Shanti Charan, Casey Ley, Sandra Risser, Clare O’Kane, OJ Patterson, Jenn Dronsky, and Tammy Powers. Hosted by Charlie Ballard.

"Jammin’ With Beethoven" by Will Franken from Bright Yellow Circle. 

3/9. Clayton and Gomes: Buddy Cops @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 8PM. $20. A short comical play written and produced by Sylvan Productions. Runs every Friday and Saturday through March 24th. Tickets Available: Here.

Clayton and Gomes (Ash Clayton and Justin Gomes) have been t.v.’s favorite buddy cop duo for over a decade winning two Daytime Emmy’s, and a McGredy for best comedy action show. They’re respected veterans and true masters of their craft, every guy wants to be them and every lady wants to have private lady-and-guy time with ‘em. Consequently, 
The Chief is always giving them the weirdest and most difficult cases. In the season finale, Clayton and Gomes run into their most difficult case yet; an invisible murderer?! One of our favorite characters won’t make it to the end of this one, you don’t want to miss CLAYTON AND GOMES: BUDDY COPS at the DARK ROOM THEATER!

3/9. Clayton and Gomes: Buddy Cops @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 8PM. $20. A short comical play written and produced by Sylvan Productions. Runs every Friday and Saturday through March 24th. Tickets Available: Here.

Clayton and Gomes (Ash Clayton and Justin Gomes) have been t.v.’s favorite buddy cop duo for over a decade winning two Daytime Emmy’s, and a McGredy for best comedy action show. They’re respected veterans and true masters of their craft, every guy wants to be them and every lady wants to have private lady-and-guy time with ‘em. Consequently, 

The Chief is always giving them the weirdest and most difficult cases. In the season finale, Clayton and Gomes run into their most difficult case yet; an invisible murderer?! One of our favorite characters won’t make it to the end of this one, you don’t want to miss CLAYTON AND GOMES: BUDDY COPS at the DARK ROOM THEATER!

12/15-17. Marga Gomez’s Not Getting Any Younger @ The Marsh. 1062  Valencia St. SF. $15-35. 8PM (Thurs&Fri). 830PM (Saturday). Tickets  Available: Here. Discount Code: TWIST
[Last three shows of this run! Tickets are selling out fast!]

12/15-17. Marga Gomez’s Not Getting Any Younger @ The Marsh. 1062 Valencia St. SF. $15-35. 8PM (Thurs&Fri). 830PM (Saturday). Tickets Available: Here. Discount Code: TWIST

[Last three shows of this run! Tickets are selling out fast!]