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Saturday, January 31 • 10:15pm - 11:45pm
Get Yucked Up with Andrew Holmgren, David Gborie, Luke Lockfeld, Keith D'Souza and guests Marcia Belsky, Daniel Humbarger and Ryan Schutt

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Andrew Holmgren and David Gborie like to party, HARD. It's with that spirit that they present Get Yucked Up, their wildy successful monthly stand-up showcase to SF Sketchfest. The guys will be featuring some of their favorite local acts along with some hard hitting out of towners. Squares beware. $15

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Andrew Holmgren

Comedian Andrew Holmgren embodies a rare combination of humility and good looks rarely seen before on this planet. The laid-back jokester performs with a certain reverence for irreverence and his succinct, clever sense of humor has caused people to call him a smart-ass more times than he cares to remember. Holmgren comes to party, based out of San Francisco, he was named one of 2013’s “comics to watch” by SF Weekly and was named... Read More →
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Daniel Humbarger

Daniel is an attorney-turned-comedian, but if you ask him, he's a purveyor of humor and ideology. Daniel's stand-up is inspired from real life experiences and observations, which he uses to create completely original material. Everything from infidelity to world travel to bad career choices and death have become topics of discussion for Daniel. Being raise white trash, Daniel uses his dark sense of humor to explore subjects that are smart, weird... Read More →
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David Gborie

David Gborie is not only funny, he’s also a lover, a poet, and a devoted father of two. He’s a man who’s just as comfortable firing a gun as he is satisfying a lover. Sexually. Real talk. | | While based out of San Francisco, he has toured across the country. He’s performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Meltdown Comics, blah, blah, and blah. | | Whether you’re an L7 weenie or you’ve... Read More →
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Keith D'Souza

Keith D. is a funny comedian, published writer, and mediocre actor.  | | He has performed stand-up at SF Sketchfest, Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park, as well as various comedy clubs, festivals, and bars around the country. His raucous style of "punk rock comedy" has won the hearts and drinks of many audience members. | | "We went with D'souza and he was fuckin' hilarious"-Doug Stanhope | Doug Stanhope's Podcast, Episode 41... Read More →
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Luke Lockfeld

Luke Lockfeld; San Francisco Native has been doing stand up in the bay area for over 6 years. His unhindered ability to make people laugh has brought him city-wide fame as well as nationwide respect. Some people thought he was stoppable, boy were they wrong! His laid back presence and attitude captivates audiences, and his cleverly devised material consisting of ingenious one liners and developed bits (ok; there mostly one liners) surprises and... 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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Ryan Schutt

When Ryan gets the opportunity to talk at a group of strangers with a microphone, he tries to relate to them by drawing from his pathetically shallow reservoir of life experience. Staying comfortably within the bounds of his limited knowledge and interests, his material focuses heavily on things that bother him, getting bothered by things, and the relationship between him and things that are bothersome. It goes without saying that it is clearly... Read More →

Saturday January 31, 2015 10:15pm - 11:45pm
Brava Studio Theater 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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