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Sunday, January 13 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Live from the Alamo (SOLD OUT)

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This show is sold out. Tickets may be available at the door the night of.

Remember The Alamo -- and the time that you saw SF Sketchfest take over House 5 for a series of stand-up comedy showcases with some of the best emerging joke tellers in the nation! And a few from Canada, too. $18, 18+ unless accompanied by an adult

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Andy Rider

Andy Rider is a comedian and writer living in Los Angeles; he is originally from Charleston, South Carolina. He has performed in the Charleston Comedy Festival, New South Comedy Festival and was in the Best of Fest Line-up at North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival. He has opened for... Read More →
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Atsuko Okatsuka

Atsuko's comedy has been described by Margaret Cho as "a silent slow fart that fills up a room with laughter." She tours around the U.S. at colleges & universities as well as with "Dis/orient/ed Comedy," the first ever all Asian, mostly female stand up comedy tour. She uses her whimsical... Read More →
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Brooke Heinichen

Brooke is a San Francisco-based up-and-coming stand-up comic who talks too fast and smiles too much. She performs nightly at clubs, bars, theaters, and wineries all over the Bay, and produces Bay Area showcases Resistance is Fertile, Brave New Jokes, Jokelandish, and regular fundraiser... Read More →
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Dan Kapr

Dan Kapr was born with part of his face missing, and since then he’s only gotten funnier. Dan spent years working a variety of jobs, but one day, while handling urine samples for carnival employees, he thought to himself, “Now that I’ve achieved all my dreams, how can I give... Read More →
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Emma Haney

Since 2010, Emma Haney has been delighting audiences with her dry, absurdist wit at comedy clubs and colleges up and down the West Coast. She was a semi finalist in the Las Vegas women’s World Series of comedy. She has opened for Scott Capurro and Sara Tiana, and most recently has... Read More →
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Gary Hughes

There isn't a better feeling in the world than making people laugh, at least Gary Hughes thinks so. The Oakland native sets out to let his humor be known amongst mammels all around. Also, he knows as long as they keep letting him write his own bios he can treat this like an interview... Read More →
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JoAnn Schinderle

Schinderle has a snarky storytelling style that will make you feel like she's your best friend letting you in on a secret. It's been written that JoAnn brings an infectious, hammy energy that still seems sincere. She tells jokes that feel colloquial even though they're carefully crafted... Read More →
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Kevin O'Shea

Commonly described as clever, absurd, awkward but in a funny way and too smart for his own good, Kevin O’Shea has been on IFC and ComedyCentral.com. He is a favorite of comedy festivals such as The SF SketchFest and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. In 2012 he co-founded Cynic Cave... Read More →
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Paige Weldon

Paige Weldon is a writer, actor and comedian based in LA. You may know her stand-up from appearances on WNYC’s "2 Dope Queens," Hulu’s "Coming to the Stage," or Fox’s "Laughs." She was also named one of Time Out LA’s top 10 comedians to watch in 2018. You can see her in the... Read More →



Sunday January 13, 2019 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Alamo Drafthouse at the New Mission 2550 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Attendees (28)