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Saturday, January 24 • 10:30pm - 11:30pm
Happy Hour Comedy with Cara Tramontano and guests Cheryl Anderson, Ed Galvez, Jonathan Giles, Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, Tony Sam, Paige Weldon and Kate Willett

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Happy Hour Comedy, hosted by Cara Tramontano, comes to SF Sketchfest for a special show at Lost Weekend! Usually known as Monday Happy Hour Comedy (and hosted regularly at The Royale), the showcase is a favorite place for top comedians to prep sets for Conan, America’s Got Talent, Last Comic Standing and other shows. http://MondayHappyHourComedy.com
$15 21+

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Cara Tramontano

Cara Tramontano's comedy career started in the first grade as a loudmouthed New York Italian suddenly dropped onto a dusty playground in Tucson, Arizona. Now a creature of downtown San Francisco, her hobbies include tour guiding, coffee, and surviving the 30-Stockton. Cara's comedic inspirations include Maria Bamford, Greg Proops, BART, and tourists. She produces Monday Happy Hour Comedy at The Royale and performs all over the bay area thanks... Read More →
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Cheryl Anderson

Cheryl “The Soccer Mom” Anderson's comedy is based on her experience as a suburban Sacramento soccer mom, but her act is not typical mom-humor. She started with open mics (telling her family she was going to Target) now, she’s performing at some of the top comedy clubs in the country. She recently returned from entertaining the Marines in Okinawa, Japan. As a writer, Cheryl is the author of two humor books. Her most-recent book... Read More →
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Dhaya Lakshminarayanan

Dhaya is a stand-up comic/public speaker/storyteller, television host, and proud nerd! | Like a geek, she bullets her successes: | Taught “Charm School” at M.I.T. where she graduated (twice)Worked in finance and tech before becoming a comedian Television Host, “High School Quiz Show,” on PBS’s WGBH, recipient of a New England Emmy Part of 2012 SF Sketchfest and 2011 Sketchfest at the California Academy of... Read More →
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Ed Galvez

Ed Galvez has been doing comedy since moving to LA in the Summer of 1998. Ed got his start studying at UCB, IO West, Second City, ACME, and The Groundlings. Ed has written and performed in many sketch shows, as well as doing stand-up all over the country. Ed also performed his one man show "Love Life Limb" at top comedy venues all across the country. Ed has appeared in numerous national and local commercials, MTV's Paris Hilton's "My New... Read More →
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Jonathan Giles

Jonathan Giles brings a cerebral, engaging and flat out funny energy to the stage. Jonathan, originally from Atlanta, recently broke onto the Chicago comedy scene bringing his southern roots to the big city. He is the host of the “Thoughts of a Lost Child” podcast and co-host of the Second City open mic.
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Kate Willett

San Francisco Magazine describes Kate Willett as a “comedian you should know about” so here’s the deetz: Kate’s a regular at the San Francisco Punchline, Cobb’s, The Improv, Rooster T Feather’s and basically every dive bar and theater in town. She’s proud to have been part of the past two SF Sketchfest Festivals and to have opened for some of her favorite comics including Margaret Cho, Anthony Jeselnik... Read More →
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Paige Weldon

Paige Weldon is a stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles, as well as co-founder of the online humor magazine and monthly show The Higgs Weldon. You may know her from stand-upping on LA shows like the Meltdown or Holy Fuck, or the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, UCB in New York or Cinecave in San Francisco, or not at all, in which case she’s very happy to meet you! If you would like to see her more, she can usually be found... Read More →
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Tony Sam

Combining his playful nature with unique life experiences and vibrant imagination, Tony endears himself to the audience while bringing huge laughs as well. Quirky and extremely likable, his childlike charm will get you on his side, whether he's talking about his fear of bears or his fear of marriage. | | Tony has written for MTV's "Ridiculousness," MTV2's "Guy Code Online," "MTV News," and story produced on A&E. | | He's appeared in all... Read More →

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