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Friday, January 23 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Vice Principals of Comedy with Hayden Greif-Neill, Erik Krasner, Allison Mick and Walker Glenn and guests Marty Archibald, Shanti Charan, Ed Galvez and Steven Wilber (SOLD OUT)

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Come see the four coolest lame people you'll ever meet at the Vice Principals of Comedy standup showcase! Journeyman comedians Allison Mick, Erik Krasner, Hayden Greif-Neill and Walker Glenn are bringing some of their favorite comics to Lost Weekend Video. So come to this vaguely scholastically themed comedy show! Attendance is mandatory. The penalty for absence is detention. Detention will be held at the Vice Principals of Comedy stand up showcase at Lost Weekend Video. $15 21+

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Allison Mick

From Upstate New York by way of Massachusetts, Allison Mick started making people laugh to cope with cold, hard winters. Once moving to the Bay Area, she decided to give it a try for getting through cold, hard summers. Allison's comedy tackles topics like race, gender, and fast food, and can be seen monthly as part of the Vice Principals of Comedy showcases in San Francisco. Of Allison Mick, earmilk.com wrote, "Her schtick is rough around the... 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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Erik Krasner

A failed mathematician who discovered that stand-up comedy is much easier, Erik Krasner has the honor of having once been told “dude, you’re pretty sad” by a practicing psychiatrist. His dry, self-deprecating humor has been described as “charming but snarky,” “actually pretty funny,” and “awkward and weird.” | | He writes sketch-comedy videos for Slobs Productions, co-produces the monthly... Read More →
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Hayden Greif-Neill

After graduating from college and realizing he had nothing else to do, Hayden Greif-Neill started doing stand up as a way to fill time before he died. Since then, this Oakland native has gained a reputation for causing audiences to laugh by saying funny things and also he waves his arms around and stuff. With a diverse range of material on everything from "whales" to "dogs", this journeyman comic is sure to "delight". | | You can find Hayden... Read More →
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Marty Archibald

Marty started his comedy career in Salt Lake City. He quickly became a regular performer at the Wiseguys comedy clubs in northern Utah. After three years, he spent a brief one year stint in New York City. He returned to Salt Lake City a better comic and with less money. | | In his nearly 5 years of stand up comedy, Marty has performed in clubs across the country, such as Denver Comedy Works, ACME, Gotham and Eastville. He’s also... Read More →
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Shanti Charan

Shanti Charan's bubbly personality and contagious smile lure in audiences and her comedic abilities keeps them laughing. She is a fast-rising fresh face in the Bay Area comedy scene. Her ability to formulate quick connections makes it easy for her to communicate with diverse audiences. She won 1st place in the 2011 Rooster T Feather's Comedy Competition and participated in the 2011 San Francisco International Comedy Competition where she advanced... Read More →
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Steven Wilber

"Offbeat," "unexpected" and "clever" are just three of literally hundreds of words used to describe the comedy-style stylings of Steven Wilber. Since starting stand-up in 2011, Steven has risen up in the Portland comedy scene to become a frequent performer at arcade bars, anarchist bookstores, Doctor Who-themed seafood restaurants and other typical comedy venues this city has to offer. Most recently, he was bestowed the honor of being crowned... Read More →
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Walker Glenn

Originally from a small town in the Northern California foothills, Walker Glenn always had big dreams of getting out, and moving to a city where he could be close to the entertainment industry. Eventually, he gave up and moved to Oakland instead. | | But his Hollywood dreams were not completely dead. After two years of secretly writing jokes into his phone, Walker forced himself onstage at a local open mic. The nervous laughter and polite... Read More →

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