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Friday, February 6 • 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Smug Shift with Moshe Kasher & Brent Weinbach and guests Kaseem Bentley, Emily Heller, Eddie Pepitone, Rory Scovel and Beth Stelling (SOLD OUT)

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In 2004, local comedians Brent Weinbach and Moshe Kasher began producing a comedy show in Oakland called Smug Shift. The show took stand-up out of the comedy clubs and dropped it into rock venues and warehouse spaces, reaching out to a crowd that wouldn’t normally go out to see comedy, and it became a fixture of Oakland’s flourishing art and music scene. Moshe and Brent host this evening of stand-up comedy, with a little bit of sketch and video sprinkled in along the way. Named “Best Of The Bay” by the East Bay Express, SF Sketchfest welcomes them back for another run in the festival. $25 All Ages

Performers
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Beth Stelling

Beth Stelling got her start in Chicago and was instrumental in the creation and enduring success of "Entertaining Julia," Chicago's best Sunday night comedy show. She studied improv at The Annoyance Theater. Alongside four Chicago comedians, she improvised, wrote and published a play called "Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche" in which she created the role of Vern Schultz.  | | The Chicago Reader named Stelling the Best Stand-up... Read More →
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Brent Weinbach

Brent Weinbach is a stand-up comedian. He was a winner and recipient of the Andy Kaufman Award, which is given out once a year to recognize innovation in stand-up comedy. He has appeared on "Conan," "Lopez Tonight," Comedy Central, HBO, and toured with the Comedians of Comedy.
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Eddie Pepitone

They call him the Bitter Buddha, comedian Eddie Pepitone is a master of the dark art of comedy. Hailed as a modern day cross between Jackie Gleason, Don Rickles and Eckart Tolle. | | Eddie is a force of nature on stage, switching between social rage and self-doubt. His shows are an energetic combo of calm and chaos, blue-collar angst and sardonic enlightenment. Few comedians working today channel the power of the rant better than Eddie... Read More →
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Emily Heller

Emily Heller is a comedian and writer who likes you very much. You may have seen her once or twice on "Conan," on the third season of "John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show" on Comedy Central, or as one of the New Faces at the 2012 Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. She has been named a Comic to Watch by both Variety and Comedy Central. She is the creator and star of the Above Average series "The Future." She served as a... 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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Moshe Kasher

Moshe Kasher. Comedian. Child Genius. Jew. Jew Comedian. OBGYN. Pleasure center. Good tipper. Guiding light. Beefcake. | He lives alone in LA. | Featured on: NBC, E!’s Chelsea Lately, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Comedy Central’s Drunk History, @midnight, Conan, Carson Daly, Showtime’s Shameless, MTV & more… | Currently the Co-host of The Champs podcast and the author of... Read More →
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Rory Scovel

Mixing his spontaneous creativity and absurd view of the world, Rory Scovel is quickly making a name for himself across North America. Whether discussing drugs, politics or life in general, he shifts the vibe of any room and places the audience in the scene of every punch line. | | Rory Scovel has been a favorite in the festival circuit, performing at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, Vancouver Comedy Festival, Seattle Comedy... Read More →



Friday February 6, 2015 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Doc's Lab 124 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133