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SF Sketchfest in the Mission

January 25, 2013 @ 10:00 pm

| $15

Last Call ClevelandListen Kid!Kristen Studard and host Phoebe Robinson

Last Call Cleveland is a nationally touring, award-winning sketch comedy troupe with over 35 million views online. This “pricelessly savage” (Chicago Tribune) quartet has sold out shows all over the country and made a name for themselves as festival favorites – which includes bringing the coveted top prize at the Toronto Sketchfest back to America where it belongs. With a stage show that consists of live and taped sketches, songs and audience interaction, the group sold out 12 straight shows at Playhouse Square in Cleveland and were recently invited to perform at the Comedy Central Stage in Los Angeles.

Listen, Kid! is one of New York’s premier sketch comedy duos.  Housed at The Magnet Theater, these boys have brought their zany act to Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago and Toronto.  When they’re not cooking up cartoony yuks, Kevin writes and voices characters for Sesame Street interactive and Al is an award-winning playwright.

Comedian Kristen Studard is back with a new solo show, following up her last show Small Victories, which was Recommended with a capital R by the Chicago Reader and hailed as “Smart, ironic… and winningly offbeat” by the Chicago Tribune. In this brand new show Studard takes a look at her life and thinks the title of the show. The full title. She’s crying when she thinks it. Kristen has performed at the Comedy Central Stage in LA, TBS Just For Laughs Festival, SF Sketchfest, Chicago Sketchfest, and countless theatres, clubs, bars, bookstores, and backyards. For more words and pictures visit http://hellokristen.com

Comedian Phoebe Robinson is the creator of Blaria.com (that’s Black Daria, for those not in the know). She’s performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival and the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, and was a part of NBC’s Stand up for Diversity college tour. Her writing has been published in the New York Times, Time Out New York and The Huffington Post. She’s also appeared on TV Guide’s 100 Shows to See Before You Die and 25 Biggest Reality Star Blunders. She frowns upon you following her in real life, but totally feel free to track her every move on Twitter: @PRobinsonComedy.


Friday, January 25th, 10pm, The Dark Room


January 25, 2013
10:00 pm


The Dark Room
San Francisco, CA United States
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