Happy to unveil two new clips on our YouTube channel — this time from The Adventures of Pete and Pete 20th Anniversary Reunion Show! Live readings from the episodes “Yellow Fever” and “Farewell My Little Viking” with original cast members Michael C. Maronna (Big Pete Wrigley), Danny Tamberelli (Little Pete Wrigley), Toby Huss (Artie, The Strongest Man in the World), Rick Gomez (Endless Mike), musician Mark Mulcahy, show creators Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi, and special guests Doug Benson, Paget Brewster, Colin Hanks and James Urbaniak!
SF Sketchfest is excited to announce the launch of its YouTube channel in partnership with the Nerdist Alliance, a community of curated partnerships on YouTube. Featuring clips of outstanding past festival shows and events, the newly minted channel will be continuously updated with highlights from SF Sketchfest’s archive, which now includes Bruce Campbell and Patton Oswalt in conversation from SF Sketchfest 2013, and highlights from 2013′s “An Afternoon with Pinky and the Brain with Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen.”
About The Nerdist Alliance: The Nerdist Alliance is a community of curated partnerships with some of the best and most passionate creators on YouTube who work together to grow their audiences on- and off-platform.
Cinematic Titanic grace the Castro Theatre this Saturday at 7pm and 9:30pm one final time before they retire from touring for good! Joel Hodgson, creator of Mystery Science Theater 3000, talked to SF Weekly about their farewell tour.
Don’t miss your chance to perform at the 13th Annual SF Sketchfest, slated for January 23 - February 14, 2014! The submission window will close after Tuesday, October 22nd, so get those applications in!
Update: The submission window is now closed. Thanks for all who applied — you will be contacted between November 15th and December 15th regarding your participation in the festival.
What’s So Funny? Tig Notaro on the Power of Humor with Janet Varney
Initially known for her wry observational humor, comedian Tig Notaro turned the breast cancer diagnosis she had just received into fodder for her live act. That set became instantly legendary and garnered Notaro a cult following. This candid conversation reveals her surprising sources of strength.
“In 27 years of doing this, I’ve seen a handful of truly great, masterful standup sets. One was Tig Notaro last night.” – Louis C.K.
Friday, November 1st, Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
Standard $25/Premium $35 (JCCSF Members get 10% off)