SF Sketchfest presents a dozen hand-picked stand-up comedians on the rise—names you might not know now, but will be hearing a lot from soon.
Michelle Buteau’s effervescence and bouncy, sunny appearance is betrayed by her devilish wit, and we love her for it. Michelle recently made her late night stand up debut on George Lopez’s Lopez Tonight, as well performing numerous sketches on the show as the ‘Barrio Mom’, ‘Neutrogena Vega’, and touring with George and his “Viva La Risa” tour, has made her a Lopez family favorite. She has also performed at countless prestigious comedy festivals, such as Seattle’s Bumbershoot, Aspen’s HBO, and the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, but she’s most recognized for her performances on Seasons 5 and 6 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. And, after her appearances on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend and Paramount Comedy Network’s The World Stands Up show, she has proved to be a network favorite, and HGTV’s 25 Worst Mistakes series can’t get enough of this hot talent. Michelle has also shared more then her opinion on VH1′s Best Week Ever and Black to the Future, MTV’s Walk of Shame & Hatin’, and E!’s 50 Most Outrageous Celebrity Moments.
Joe Mande is a comedian and writer who currently writes for the NBC show, Parks and Recreation. Joe has also written for Adult Swim’s Delocated and NTSF:SD:SUV, as well as for Comedy Central’s Nick Kroll Show. He’s been the featured comedian twice on Conan and his half-hour special premiered in early June on Comedy Central. Joe has performed stand-up all over the country at festivals, colleges, and clubs.
Natasha Muse is not only the winner of the 2010 “Battle of the Bay Comedy Competition” she’s also guaranteed to be at least the second-funniest transsexual you know. Natasha’s cerebral wit has gotten her in the door at Cobb’s Comedy Club, the San Francisco Punchline, Purple Onion and all the best comedy clubs and shows in the Bay Area. She is adored by her peers, easy on the eyes, and a force to be reckoned with on Twitter. Natasha also is the host and producer of San Francisco’s long-running underground hit “A Funny Night for Comedy,” and the podcast, “Too Soon.”
For more information, visit www.sfsketchfest.com.
All shows are 18 & over with valid photo ID.
There is a two drink minimum per person.
Cameras and video/audio recording devices are not permitted.
Hosted by Natasha Muse
Tickets subject to all applicable facility fees and service charges. Please note we may cancel any ticket orders that exceed the published ticket limit. Tickets may not be available in all price levels and sections. Small personal cameras are allowed in the venue. Commercial photography, flash photography, professional cameras and recording devices are not permitted.
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