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Friday, January 30 • 10:30pm - 11:45pm
Attractive Camp with Nicole Calasich and Jesse Hett and guests Marcia Belsky, Sarah Kenny, Casey Ley, Brendan Lynch and Scott Simpson

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Attractive Camp is a comedy smorgasborg with some of the most talented stand-up comics, sketch writers, and short filmmakers in the game. Produced by Nicole Calasich and Jesse Hett, the show puts comics in a verbal cagefight of wits with guests from Comedy Central, Tosh.0, Splitsider, Laughspin, SF and more. $15 21+

Performers
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Brendan Lynch

Brendan Lynch has generated a huge buzz around his act—a mix of absurdist musings, wry observation, and spot-on off-the-cuff crowd work. He is regarded by fans and the press as a must-see comedian in the Bay Area and beyond. In 2013, Brendan was named one of the "Best San Francisco Comedians To Watch" by SF Weekly and in 2014 was named "Best Comedian In Silicon Valley" by Metro Silicon Valley. Brendan was also last year's runner-up in The... Read More →
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Casey Ley

Casey Ley is a comic living in Los Angeles trying to achieve his dream of being crushed in an earthquake. His comedy has been seen all over the country in clubs, festivals and gay bars. Too many gay bars if you ask him and not enough festivals but there is some time left in his career before he is crushed in that earthquake. In the past year Casey was featured in The Advocate Magazine as part of their Next Great Queer Comic search, curated the... Read More →
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Jesse Hett

Jesse Hett was born in a town called Newton, Kansas. After that, he learned to walk and talk and ride a bike and do a bunch of other stuff. He also moved to a lot of different places, and now lives in Oakland, California. His comedy has been described as “Really great” by a lot of people and “Not really that great” by fewer people. Jesse performs at clubs and colleges and warehouses and furniture stores and bars all over... Read More →
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Marcia Belsky

Despite being raised as a little Jewish lady in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where a man’s best friends are his Bible and his gun, and his worst enemy is some loud mouthed girl who thinks she might got something to say, Marcia Belsky still learned how to read and write good and to love to laugh. After moving to Portland, Oregon at 18, she performed all around the Pacific NW and Northern California until making the recent jump to NYC, where... Read More →
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Nicole Calasich

Nicole Calasich is a prince. | | She loves how people believe anything in writing and is pleased/relieved to inform you Ryan Gosling has stopped calling and is finally moving on. | | A comedian and writer based out of San Francisco, she performs stand-up and sketch comedy primarily at the SF Punchline, Lost Weekend, the San Jose Improv, Rooster T. Feather’s, Cobb’s, and festivals like SF Sketchfest and the Shits & Giggles... Read More →
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Sarah Kenny

I took a stand up class at Second City in Chicago and have been doing stand up for 2 years now. In Chicago I performed at Second City, Zanies & Jokes and Notes. Here in Los Angeles I've performed at the Ice House, The Comedy Store, the Loft Ensemble Theater and numerous other venues around the city. 
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Scott Simpson

Scott Simpson once came back to the U.S. from Japan by boat, lying to his girlfriend that it was for the adventure when really it was because he was afraid of flying. He’s now a full-time comedian and writer who has performed at SF Sketchfest, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and the North American Comedy and Music Festival. He makes jokes on Twitter as @scottsimpson, and his show “You Look Nice Today” has received the Podcast... Read More →



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