"My Roommate, My Friend: Sigourney Weaver" by Dress Up Gang. Featuring Donny Divanian (SF10s), Cory Loykasek (SF10s) and Rory Scovel

Dress Up Gang ( Cory Loykasek, Donny Divanian, and Robb Boardman ) by Mandee Johnson ( mandeejohnson )

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Sketch Sunday: “My Roommate, My Friend: “The Bully” by the Dress Up Gang. Featuring Cory Loykasek and Donny Divanian.

"My Roommate, My Friend: Christmas Special" by Dress Up Gang. Featuring Donny Divanian and Cory Loykasek

12/28. Club Chuckles 10th Anniversary Bash @ Hemlock Tavern. 1131 Polk St. SF. 9pm. $5. Featuring Joey Devine, Donny Divanian, Jesse Elias, Caitlin Gill, Sean Keane, Chris Thayer and more. 

Outer-echeclon comedy showcase Club Chuckles is turning the ripe old age of 10. Launched in 2003 by Hemlock Tavern live music booker Anthony Bedard as a “Safeway Select”-style ploy to book less bands, Club Chuckles has achieved the cold-comfort distinction of becoming the currently longest-running “comedy-in-a-rock-club” monthly series in Americapresaging the alt rock/alt comedy crossover wet-dream of the 2000s, predating Patton Oswalt’s “The Comedians of Comedy” tour, and even birthing a comedy record label (Talent Moat). Club Chuckles also instituted the comedy world’s first-ever 10 drink maximum policy in the wake of the heckler uprising at Todd Barry’s impromptu crowd-work set at Hemlock in 2006. Sure, every late-to-the-party, ambulance-chasing Johnny Come(dy) Lately rock club is now trying to pad out their schedules with laffs & yuks, and the whole comedy-in-a-rock-club thing is now the toast of greater Brooklyn, but back in the early 2000s, this kind of programming nearly got Bedard sh*t-canned from his job until Neil Hamburger smashed the Hemlock’s all-time bar sales record. 

12/28. Club Chuckles 10th Anniversary Bash @ Hemlock Tavern. 1131 Polk St. SF. 9pm. $5. Featuring Joey Devine, Donny Divanian, Jesse Elias, Caitlin Gill, Sean Keane, Chris Thayer and more. 

Outer-echeclon comedy showcase Club Chuckles is turning the ripe old age of 10. Launched in 2003 by Hemlock Tavern live music booker Anthony Bedard as a “Safeway Select”-style ploy to book less bands, Club Chuckles has achieved the cold-comfort distinction of becoming the currently longest-running “comedy-in-a-rock-club” monthly series in Americapresaging the alt rock/alt comedy crossover wet-dream of the 2000s, predating Patton Oswalt’s “The Comedians of Comedy” tour, and even birthing a comedy record label (Talent Moat). Club Chuckles also instituted the comedy world’s first-ever 10 drink maximum policy in the wake of the heckler uprising at Todd Barry’s impromptu crowd-work set at Hemlock in 2006. Sure, every late-to-the-party, ambulance-chasing Johnny Come(dy) Lately rock club is now trying to pad out their schedules with laffs & yuks, and the whole comedy-in-a-rock-club thing is now the toast of greater Brooklyn, but back in the early 2000s, this kind of programming nearly got Bedard sh*t-canned from his job until Neil Hamburger smashed the Hemlock’s all-time bar sales record. 

Sketch Saturday: “Living on the Edge” by Dress Up Gang. Featuring Donny Divanian, Cory Loykasek, Emily Maya Mills and Chris Garcia. 

Sketch Saturday: “My Roommate, My Friend Episode 2” by Dress Up Gang. Featuring Cory LoykasekDonny Divanian and Frankie Quinones

Sketch Saturday: “Imaginary Vacation” by The Dress Up Gang featuring Cory Loykasek and Donny Divanian. Directed by Robb Boardman. 

Sketch Saturday: “Men Friends” by Dress Up Gang. Featuring Donny Divanian and Cory Loykasek. Directed by Robb Boardman