Monday Comedy Night
Every second Monday Cafe Royale in the Trendyloin brings you Monday Night Happy Hour Comedy with host Cara Tramontano and a full lineup on comedians.
Bring some money for a drink or snacks, but otherwise enjoy this free evening of laughs to beat your case of the Mondays. Carry-in food is welcome.
Monday Happy Hour Comedy
Every Second Monday, 7-9p
Cafe Royale, 800 Post St., SF
FREE, but there’s a tip jar with a lonely dollar bill at the bottom looking to party with some presidential friends.
December 10, 2012 lineup:
- Jill Bourque
- Marga Gomez (pictured)
- Stroy Moyd
- Jules Posner
- Stefani Silverman
- Reggie Steele
- David Studebaker
Reggie Steele’s television appearances include Martin Lawrence Presents: Starz 1st Amendment Stand-Up and Comedy Tonight, and has performed club dates with Daymon Wayans, Tommy Davidson and Jackie Kashishian. Reggie has headlined the SJ Improv and also performs at the LA Comedy Store, Tempe Improv, Cobb’s and SF Punchline.
Marga Gomez has performed with Rita Moreno, Dustin Hoffman, Lily Tomlin, Whoopi Goldberg and Robin Williams. She has been featured at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Montreal Comedy Festival and Seattle & Vancouver Comedy Festivals as well as NYC Pride, LA Pride, Boston Pride and SF Pride. Marga’s television credits include LOGO’s “Wisecracks” and “One Night Stand Up,” Comedy Central’s “Out There,” HBO’s “Comic Relief VI,” and Showtime’s “Latino Laugh Festival.” Her comedy career is profiled on Here Network’s “Laughing Matters.”
Jill Bourque has performed and produced improvisational stand-up comedy in clubs, theaters and festivals all over the world. She is the creator and co-host of the international smash hit “How We First Met,” the host and producer of “Purple Onion Live” at The Purple Onion and “Not Your Normal New Year’s Eve” at Herbst Theatre.
David Studebaker has been a finalist in 3 Bay Area-Wide stand up comedy competitions and is an accomplished producer. He’s been featured on Newstalk 910, 107.7 The Bone, KSRO 1350, KOFY TV and was a “critics choice” in the North Bay Bohemian.