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Friday, January 25 • 7:00pm - 10:00pm
SF Sketchfest at The Speakeasy: An Immersive Comedy Experience with Improv All-Stars Scott Adsit, Brian Huskey, Tami Sagher, Stephnie Weir and special guest Neil Patrick Harris (SOLD OUT)

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This show is SOLD OUT. Tickets may be available at the door night-of.

SF Sketchfest and the creators of The Speakeasy are teaming up to host a never-before-seen immersive live comedy experience. Each evening will feature a different headliner performing an early and late set in the Mainstage Cabaret, while “choose-your-own-adventure” style experiences sprawl the full venue. Experience impromptu encounters and conversations with performers, work with comedians to craft the perfect joke, encounter strolling improvisers and magicians as you play blackjack, craps and roulette (for entertainment purposes only) in a vintage Casino, or get pulled into comedy sets performed just for you and your friends -- you might even try your own hand at stand-up with a classic karaoke-style Joke-e-oke routine.

Tonight’s show features Second City Alumni Scott Adsit (“30 Rock”), Tami Sagher (“Inside Amy Schumer”), Brian Huskey ("Childrens Hospital), Stephnie Weir ("MadTV")  and special guest Neil Patrick Harris for a night of Improv All-Stars! $125, ages 16+

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Brian Huskey

Brian Huskey is an actor, writer, producer, and improvisor, performing for more than 20 years of at the UCB Theater.  With over 170 credits on film and television, Huskey is proudly classified as a “That Guy” but is best known for his role as Leon West on HBO’s “Veep... Read More →
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Chris Garcia

Chris Garcia is a comedian, television writer, and podcaster from Los Angeles.You may have seen him tell his jokes on his very own half hour special on Comedy Central,  "This Is Not Happening," "Adam Devine’s House Party," and "@Midnight." Chris was named a New Face at the 2016... Read More →
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Florentina Tanase

Florentina Tanase is a San Francisco-based comic, born in Romania and raised to be an elated pessimist. Florentina has performed at Cobb's Comedy, The Punchline, The World Famous Comedy Store and for an unassuming Airbnb host. Florentina’s captivating anecdotes about living in rural... Read More →
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Joke-e-oke

Joke-e-oke hosted by Harmon LeonJoke-e-oke is like karaoke but with classic stand up comedy material, where you – the audience get to be the stars in a three-round game show. Sign up and pick a classic comedy routine of one of your favorite comedians, and then the mic is yours... Read More →
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Kazu Kusano

Japanese comedian, Kazu Kusano, shatters the stereotype of the demure Asian woman. Kazu moves like a child in a playground, and her silly, yet dark comedy makes everything laughable, from relationships to sexism, and even Nagasaki. Kazu's comedy help you to rethink the idea of race... Read More →
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Mike Phirman

Mike Phirman is incredibly uncomfortable writing about himself in the third person, so he is going to write his bio in the second person.You are a musician and music producer who lives in Los Angeles. You were in a comedy music duo called "Hard 'n Phirm" that made a half-hour Comedy... Read More →
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Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris currently stars as Count Olaf in Netflix’s series adaptation of “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” The third season will premiere in January 2019.  Harris is a five-time Emmy Award winner for his role as host of the 63rd, 65th, 66th and 67th Annual Tony Awards... Read More →
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Nori Reed

Nori isn’t just a comedian based in Oakland, California. Nori is a lifestyle. When she isn’t perfecting her skin care routine or thinking about the devastating impact of U.S. imperialism, Nori performs at LGBTQ community events and comedy clubs all over the Bay Area. Currently... Read More →
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Paul Conyers

Vegans. The South. His own ineptitude. Paul Conyers spares no one with his confident, high-energy style of comedy. This former college basketball bench warmer isn't afraid to commit a few dirty fouls to make you laugh.
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Scott Adsit

Scott Adsit won the Joseph Jefferson Award for his work at The Second City Theater in Chicago and still improvises at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Manhattan. Adsit has appeared in many television shows most notably, playing producer Pete Hornberger on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning... Read More →
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Stephnie Weir

Stephnie Weir got her comedy start in Chicago improvising at The I.O. and performing as a main stage cast member at The Second City.  She made a “temporary” move to LA to join the cast of Mad TV and has now lived there eighteen years. Steph has been on a slew of fun shows like Crazy... Read More →
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Tami Sagher

Tami Sagher was a writer and producer for "How I Met Your Mother."  She was also a writer on HBO's "Bored to Death" and "30 Rock" on NBC. She is an alumna of the Second City mainstage and etc theaters in Chicago, and has been featured on "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Knocked Up," and... Read More →
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Tanael Joachim

Tanael Joachim is a standup comedian born and raised in Haiti who currently resides in Brooklyn. He dropped out of college and followed his dreams being a standup comedian in 2012, against the wishes of his Haitian parents. Since then, he's performed on "Gotham Comedy Live" on AXS... Read More →



Friday January 25, 2019 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Speakeasy 644 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94133

Attendees (45)