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Saturday, February 7 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Cynic Cave with Kevin O'Shea and George Chen with guests Kaseem Bentley, Eloisa Bravo, Loren Kraut, Joe Kwaczala, Jonathan Rowell, Scott Vermiere and Colleen Watson (SOLD OUT)

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Forging a consistent San Francisco showcase on Saturdays lead to the recording of the album Twenty Minutes To Sell, available at kellyanneken.bandcamp.com/. Comedians love Lost Weekend's micro theater and audiences can't help but be invested in a show this intimate. Past performers have included Ron Lynch, Women, Dan Mintz, Sean Patton, Ian Karmel, Will Weldon, Cameron Esposito, Josh Fadem, Emily Heller, and Johnny Pemberton.

"George and Kevin quickly became known for putting together line-ups that brought out the best names in local comedy, and national stars from Bobcat Goldthwait to W. Kamau Bell started stopping in for guest sets." - Uptown Almanac

"There are so many things in the Mission now where you spend a lot of money and don’t necessarily have a great time, when there is something that is affordable AND you can have a great time it should be packed…Maybe we shouldn’t tell anyone." - Mission Mission $15 All Ages

Performers
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Colleen Watson

Colleen Watson is a rising comic in the San Francisco comedy scene, performed in the 2013 SF Sketchfest, and was a part of the 5 Funny Females tour. She’s a regular at Rooster T Feathers, the San Francisco Punch Line and Cobbs Comedy Club. She has worked with acts such as Dave Attell, Doug Benson, Chris Kattan, and the Sklar Brothers.
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Eloisa Bravo

Eloisa Bravo is an enigmatic and highly personal comedienne. She started her comedy career soon after she discovered she couldn’t have children and a subsequent divorce. She holds nothing back and derives much of her material from anger, exploding with energy on stage. You’ll notice her immediately for her Venezuelan accent and highly expressive performance; yet it’s the nature and intensity of her material that will stick... Read More →
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George Chen

George Chen was a musician, writer, and event organizer before finding a place in standup comedy. The past few years have seen him establishing the beloved weekly showcase Cynic Cave at Lost Weekend Video in San Francisco. The anachronistic video store is also home to the monthly multimedia comedy show Talkies. | | In addition to these regular appearances, throughout 2013 George performed at Holy Fuck, SF Sketchfest, Savage Henry Independent... Read More →
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Joe Kwaczala

Joe Kwaczala is a Los Angeles-based comedian from Chicago who has written for The Onion News Network and opened for stand-ups like Aziz Ansari, Joel McHale, and Nick Kroll. His act reflects a borderline intellectual who traffics equally in both sarcasm and silliness. When Joe's not performing at venues across the country, he also hosts The Late Live Show, a critically-acclaimed and very fun late-night talk show that’s been featured in... Read More →
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Jonathan Rowell

Jonathan Rowell is a comedian hailing from Los Angeles, CA. He has performed at numerous festivals across the country such as SF SketchFest, Salt Lake City Comedy Carnivale, Sacramento Comedy Festival, and Ventura Comedy Festival. | | Rowell hosts the monthly comedy show Straight White Males which has featured an amazing variety of comedic performers such as Karen Kilgariff, Nate Bargatze, Sara Schaefer, and Guy Branum. He also hosts... Read More →
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Kaseem Bentley

Named SF Weekly Best of Award Winner for "Racial Humor You Don't Feel Guilty Laughing At" and one of the Bay Area's “Top 5 Comedians to Watch” by the San Jose Mercury News and Kaseem Bentley is an African American insult comic from San Francisco. Growing up with his 'hardcore class clown' father and mom that was like a tough Claire Huxtable Kaseem developed his no-holds-barred comedic style that made friends and co-workers always... Read More →
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Kevin O'Shea

Established in 1984 following the mergers of Steven and Cathy O’Shea, Kevin O’Shea has been one of San Francisco’s leading manufactures of mirth, laughter, hilarity and all around good times! Kevin has been commonly described as clever, absurd, awkward but in a funny way and too smart for his own good. He has been seen on the Independent Film Chanel and ComedyCentral.com. He is a favorite of comedy festivals such as: The SF... Read More →
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Loren Kraut

Awkwardly hilarious, Loren's unorthodox style of comedy juxtaposes playfulness with deeply dark humor. She turns grim subject matter, like depression and suicide, on its ear, presenting the bleakness of mental illness with unexpected wit and levity. Ever the outsider, Loren gives us a glimpse into her weird, silly and often tragic world that, in the end, is surprisingly life affirming. | | Loren co-wrote two one-woman shows, and... Read More →
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Scott Vermeire

Scott Vermeire is a performer based in Oakland, California.  Scott’s work falls mostly into the realm of improvised and scripted performance with a focus on satire, humor, and the use of subtle farce.  Scott’s work is split between solo and collaborative performance.  On his own, Scott performs monologues and presentation-format pieces.  In collaboration, he is in two ongoing groups: Sad Vicious and Wonderment... Read More →



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