Tonight at Lost Weekend Video!….Then later at 10 I’ll be at Merchants of Reality Gallery on 9th and Folsom. Boooooyah.
I’m the last one, because I headlined. Because I’m a headliner. In a sense.
10/22- Layover- Layover Comedy- Oakland, CA
10/23- Station 55- Comedy Night- Gilroy, CA
10/24 Stork Club- Storking Comedy- Oakland, CA
10/25 Lost Weekend Video- Ghost- San Francisco, CA
10/25 Merchants of Reality- Art Filled B-Day Bash- San Francisco, CA
10/26 Murphy’s Irish Pub- Back Alley Comedy- Sonoma, CA
Tonight I’ll be here! It’s gonna be a lot of fun performing with some of the most internally and externally attractive people I know. Attractive Camp. Lost Weekend Video. 8pm. 10 Bucks. 2 girls. 1 cup.
Don’t call it a comeback.
Bout to go see Title Fight at Gilman tonight and I’m all like, “YEEEEAAAAHHHH!”
This is tonight.
Monday, September 9th @ 8:00pm
The Rite Spot (2099 Folsom @ 17th)
3 blocks from 16th & Mission BART
Let’s face it. Things aren’t going great: a bad economy, a horrible job market, never ending wars, exorbitant rent prices, dysfunctional relationships, mental illness, addiction, poverty, corruption, STDs, Rihanna. While there isn’t a cure for all of life’s problems, there is a tonic…
MISERY INDEX is a free, monthly show that brings together some of the most pessimistic, neurotic & dysfunctional individuals on the face of the planet: stand-up comedians. Take the edge off with cheap drinks and free laughs as these choleric comics direct their disdain towards all of society’s growing ills.
September’s lineup features maladjusted mirth makers Marga Gomez (Best Comedian 2012 -SF Weekly), Butch Escobar (Comedy Store), Kelly Anneken (Femikaze), Jules Posner (SF Sketchfest), Matt Louv (Mission Position), Colleen Watson (Cobb’s), Lyall Behrens (Laugh City) and Rajeev Dhar (Amnesia).
The Rite Spot is a cozy Mission dive that features local bands, comedians and performers. A rare San Francisco luxury set in an unpretentious atmosphere featuring Italian-American food, a full bar and an excellent wine list. “Aside from a little low conversation and the occasional clink of a glass, people are there to listen, and what they’re listening to is top-notch.” -SF Weekly