Comedian Jon Lovitz has been making fans laugh for nearly 30 years, with a stint on Saturday Night Live, to appearances on TV shows such as Seinfeld and The Simpsons and films, including The Producers.
“Thank you for coming out and welcome to my living room” is how Mike Tyson greeted San Francisco on the opening night of his one-man show, Mike Tyson Undisputed Truth, at Orpheum Theater.
As Reggie Watts has grown in popularity, SF comedy fans have watched him move up from Hemlock Tavern’s small stage to multiple sold out gigs at The Independent and a gig at Outside Lands last year. He returns for his second Reggidency at SF Sketchfest, three nights of comedy with a different collaborator each night.
A trip to the East Bay around lunch time on the first Thursday of every month may be in order for poetry lovers to catch Lunch Poems–a series of talks featuring award winning local poets reading their work in person.
Poetry and music have always gotten along great together–from the Greek chorus to the iambic pentameter of Shakespeare supplemented in the Elizabethan theater by interrelated musical entertainment.
In honor of the annual November day of the day tradition, SOMArts Cultural Center will be holding a number of events dedicated to giving Bay Area visitors and students a chance to experience firsthand an important cultural celebration for many communities around the world.
Upcoming at the weekly Nightlife at the California Academy of Sciences is a lecture series with Stanford researchers and casino-game experts being called a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the statistics and artistry behind gambling.
The Chicago-based comedy brigade Second City is coming to San Francisco to showcase their unique brand of straightforward political satire that they advertise as a relief to partisans of all affiliations weary of election year name calling and mistruth.