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Saturday, January 31 • 10:00pm - 11:45pm
Rooftop Comedy Showcase: Samantha Gilweit, James Hartnett, Zach Martina, Lydia Popovich, Byron Stamps, Torio Van Grol and Kevin Whittinghill, Hosted by JoAnn Schinderle

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Rooftop Comedy and SF Sketchfest present some of the best hand-picked comics in the nation! $15 All Ages

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Byron Stamps

Byron Stamps ia a stand up comedian and improviser from Dallas, TX. He is a Mississippi native whose laid back delivery about tales of family life, observations, and being a thug trapped in a nerd's body thoroughly engages audiences. There is never a dull moment during this peek behind the curtain into his wild and hilariously twisted mind. | | Byron has performed his act at the Dallas Comedy Festival, Black Box Comedy Festival, East Texas... Read More →
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James Hartnett

James is a comedian, writer and actor from Toronto, Canada. He's performed on Canadian shows like "Funny As Hell" (HBO Canada) and "That's So Weird" (YTV), for which James has won a Canadian Comedy Award (2011) and been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award (2013). James is a member of the Toronto comedy collective, Laugh Sabbath, and he has performed at Just For Laughs 42, Toronto Sketchfest and NXNE. His short films have been screened at... Read More →
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JoAnn Schinderle

JoAnn Schinderle has recently performed in 2014′s Bumbershoot, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, All Jane No Dick Comedy Festival, as well as having opened for Lena Dunham on her ‘Not That Kind of Girl’ book tour. JoAnn has been known to win crowds over with her pervy charm. 

Also trained as an improviser through courses at Second City Training Center, JoAnn creates big characters and will “yes and” the... Read More →
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Kevin Whittinghill

Though still new to the comedy scene, Kevin Whittinghill has already been entertaining audiences across the country with his dark yet playful sarcastic wit. His credits include the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, L.A.'s Scripted Comedy Festival, the Sacramento Comedy Festival, and the Burbank Comedy Festival. With a background in suffering and pain, Kevin has all the essential elements to make himself cry and others laugh.
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Lydia Popovich

Lydia Popovich is a SF-based comedian. Her anecdotal humor and vivid storytelling make her a unique voice in a sea of dick jokes.  | | She’s a regular at Rooster T. Feathers, Punch Line SF, Punch Line Sacramento and Cobb's Comedy Club. Recently she performed 4 minutes of stand-up on "Creepy KOFY Movie Time" and taught Derek Waters how to take a Jell-O shot on Comedy Central's "Drunk History." | | She's opened for certified headliners... Read More →
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Samantha Gilweit

Samantha Gilweit is a single mother, writer, and comedian based in Oakland, CA. Her life is an open book - a book of cleverly constructed confessions and criticisms. Samantha’s comedy has been described as personal, clever and fearless, or as Larry “Bubbles” Brown said after seeing her perform, “She smoked that room like a crack pipe.” Samantha has performed at the Punch Line in San Francisco and other venues all... Read More →
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Torio Van Grol

Torio Van Grol was first discovered by a gentleman naturalist in 1676, causing an uproar among the clergy, who claimed that he was placed on Earth by God as a test of faith. After much careful study, Torio has been widely accepted as real, though some controversy lingers. Many people believe that early humans coexisted peacefully with him, even caring for him and riding on his back as a form of transportation. But Torio is not strong enough to... Read More →
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Zach Martina

A supportive family, a loving relationship and kids who adore him, the American Dream. Unless you’re Zach Martina, then it’s a recipe for skepticism and anxiety. Using sarcastic wit, creative wordplay and a loveable arrogance, Zach has been bringing his big personality to crowds across America, and they just won’t stop laughing. | | Performing at clubs and festivals across nationwide, Zach has had the good fortune to... Read More →

Saturday January 31, 2015 10:00pm - 11:45pm
Doc's Lab 124 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133

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