12/8. Eric Cash Special Recording [2 SHOWS!] @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. Featuring Natasha Muse and Xander Deveaux. 

Eric Cash has had a rough year. After getting married and losing his wife to breast cancer in the summer of 2012, and then having to relocate to the Pacific Northwest to care for his father with stage 4 lung cancer in the early part of this year, his plans for his comedy career have repeatedly had to be set aside to deal with heavy, real world issues, and the madness that comes with mourning and trauma.But he’s refused to let those things stop him. Working material nightly at showcases and open mics for the last year and a half in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, and everywhere in between, he’s finally ready to set forth with the DIY comedy special he’d been planning since the spring of 2012.If you don’t know who he is, Cash is an outspoken underground comic who has performed all over the world, including the Edmonton Fringe Festival and the Melbourne Comedy Fest. His new onslaught of material is dark surrealism based in hard reality with topics ranging from creative ways to cope with PTSD to the nature of nightmares manifested in the real world.


[This show is a long time coming. Eric Cash has a story to tell and has a voice to tell it. Great openers, great venue, I highly recommend.]

12/8. Eric Cash Special Recording [2 SHOWS!] @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. Featuring Natasha Muse and Xander Deveaux. 

Eric Cash has had a rough year. After getting married and losing his wife to breast cancer in the summer of 2012, and then having to relocate to the Pacific Northwest to care for his father with stage 4 lung cancer in the early part of this year, his plans for his comedy career have repeatedly had to be set aside to deal with heavy, real world issues, and the madness that comes with mourning and trauma.

But he’s refused to let those things stop him. Working material nightly at showcases and open mics for the last year and a half in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, and everywhere in between, he’s finally ready to set forth with the DIY comedy special he’d been planning since the spring of 2012.

If you don’t know who he is, Cash is an outspoken underground comic who has performed all over the world, including the Edmonton Fringe Festival and the Melbourne Comedy Fest. His new onslaught of material is dark surrealism based in hard reality with topics ranging from creative ways to cope with PTSD to the nature of nightmares manifested in the real world.

[This show is a long time coming. Eric Cash has a story to tell and has a voice to tell it. Great openers, great venue, I highly recommend.]

9/20. Hand to Mouth Comedy @ Sacramento Comedy Spot. 1050 20th St #130. Sacramento. 10:30pm. $8. Featuring Trevor Hill, Kevin Munroe, Anna Seregina, Keith Lowell Jensen, Xander Deveaux, Ivan Hernandez, Daniel Humbarger, and Mike Patten. Tickets Available: Here. 
handtomouthcomedy:

Comedian Trevor Hill presents Hand to Mouth: a monthly, topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, cultural or political issue. One show, one topic.
On September 20th, the Sacramento Comedy Festival will be hosting a special edition of Hand to Mouth featuring some of the best and brightest comics from San Francisco, Sacramento and even Portland.
Special Festival Topic: The Future!
Comics Kevin Munroe (Bridgetown Fest), Anna Seregina (SXSW), Keith Lowell Jensen (Coexist Comedy Tour), Xander Deveaux (Bridgetown), Ivan Hernandez (SF Sketchfest), Daniel Humbarger (Comedy Kill), Mike Patten (Comedy Spot) and Trevor Hill (Great American Comedy Fest) will dust off their crystal balls, grab the keys to the DeLorean and party like it’s 2029. That’s gonna be a pretty good year for parties we think. 
Hand to Mouth: The FutureSacramento Comedy Fest EditionFriday, September 20th @ 10:30PMSacramento Comedy Spot (1050 20th St.)Cover: $8.00www.saccomedyfest.com
Tickets at: www.saccomedyfest.com/schedule/#hand
Facebook: www.facebook.com/handtomouthcomedy

9/20. Hand to Mouth Comedy @ Sacramento Comedy Spot. 1050 20th St #130. Sacramento. 10:30pm. $8. Featuring Trevor Hill, Kevin Munroe, Anna Seregina, Keith Lowell Jensen, Xander Deveaux, Ivan Hernandez, Daniel Humbarger, and Mike Patten. Tickets Available: Here

handtomouthcomedy:

Comedian Trevor Hill presents Hand to Mouth: a monthly, topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, cultural or political issue. One show, one topic.

On September 20th, the Sacramento Comedy Festival will be hosting a special edition of Hand to Mouth featuring some of the best and brightest comics from San Francisco, Sacramento and even Portland.

Special Festival Topic: The Future!

Comics Kevin Munroe (Bridgetown Fest), Anna Seregina (SXSW), Keith Lowell Jensen (Coexist Comedy Tour), Xander Deveaux (Bridgetown), Ivan Hernandez (SF Sketchfest), Daniel Humbarger (Comedy Kill), Mike Patten (Comedy Spot) and Trevor Hill (Great American Comedy Fest) will dust off their crystal balls, grab the keys to the DeLorean and party like it’s 2029. That’s gonna be a pretty good year for parties we think. 

Hand to Mouth: The Future
Sacramento Comedy Fest Edition
Friday, September 20th @ 10:30PM
Sacramento Comedy Spot (1050 20th St.)
Cover: $8.00
www.saccomedyfest.com

Tickets at: www.saccomedyfest.com/schedule/#hand

Facebook: www.facebook.com/handtomouthcomedy

liezlwashere:

OH HELL. My buddy Ameen needed a smiling burrito mascot for his comedy festival, SF Comedy & Burrito Festival last year, so I made him one.
TODAY HE SHOWED ME THIS. I don’t know who this Xander Deveaux person is, but I’d like to shake his hand.

liezlwashere:

OH HELL. My buddy Ameen needed a smiling burrito mascot for his comedy festival, SF Comedy & Burrito Festival last year, so I made him one.

TODAY HE SHOWED ME THIS. I don’t know who this Xander Deveaux person is, but I’d like to shake his hand.