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The Business: $5 Alternative Comedy Night | Mission Dist.
The Business is one of the best alternative comedy shows in SF and features comedians from Comedy Central, SXSW, and the Comedians of Comedy tour.
This weekly Wednesday night comedy gig features a rotating cast of comedians, but most often features their main headliners Nato Green, Sean Keane, Caitlin Gill and Bucky Sinster, so you’re practically guaranteed a great night of edgy comedy.
>> See the upcoming schedule of headliners and guest comedians.
The Business: Alternative Comedy Night
Every Wednessday | 8 pm
The Dark Room Theater | 2263 Mission Street (btwn 18th & 19th), SF
The Business: The Regulars
Sean Keane is a regular at the SF Punchline, and performed as part of SF Sketchfest. He’s a former editor of UC Berkeley’s humor magazine, and has written for McSweeney’s and ESPN the Magazine.
Caitlin Gill was a performer at the Outside Lands Festival in 2012, she has been in SF Sketchfest every year since 2007, performed in the Vancouver Global Comedy Fest, was host of the 2009 SF Women’s Comedy Competition and The Ladies Room Open Mic and Showcase. Her writing has been featured in a Believer Magazine project for 826LA.“If hapless and fearless can occupy the same body, then it’s in Caitlin Gill” – Tara Jepson in the SF Weekly
Bucky Sinister describes himself as a misunderstood literary genius, a middle-aged comedian and a reluctant self-help guru. He has written three books of poetry, one of which also contained some short stories. His latest book is Get Up: A 12-step Guide to Recovery for Misfits, Freaks, and Weirdos. Bucky came out with a comedy CD before he ever did a gig at a comedy club.
Nato Green wrote for Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell on FX. Nato is the creator of Iron Comic, the Iron Chef-spoofing comedy game show he co-hosts with Moshe Kasher. Nato’s humor commentaries have appeared in Huffington Post, the San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Rumpus, and The Bold Italic. Nato toured nationally with W. Kamau Bell & Janine Brito as Laughter Against the Machine. Laughter Against the Machine filmed a tour documentary from the front lines of American controversy.
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Address: 2263 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by Rena Ragimova