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.
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.
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.
In San Francisco, for many of us, our pets are almost like children and the thought of losing one brings so much trepidation that surely some of us have jokingly considered stuffing our pug or Pomeranian postmortem.
Every Monday until May 7th, Hemlock Tavern presents “Comedy SuperPAC: Promoting Good Comedy and Great Causes Since 2012,” featuring two of San Francisco’s most prominent comedians right now, Nato Green and Kamau Bell, performing new material.
LitUp Writers presents comedic anecdotes on stage this Tuesday, January 17th, with their newest theme, “Will it Hurt? Tales of the First Time.” Six writers come to the stage to share their personal stories of firsts, and these can range from their first kiss to their first divorce. This show will be the first of six shows that LitUp Writers will produce throughout the year.
Halloween in The Castro might not be anything like it used to be, but don’t expect the neighborhood to be completely quiet over the holiday. Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes arrive at Castro Theatre with their live Jay and Silent Bob Get Old show on Friday night before the debauchery continues through the weekend.