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Friday, February 6 • 10:15pm - 11:45pm
The Avengers of Comedy with Hayden Greif-Neill, Erik Krasner, Allison Mick, Jesse Hett, Jesse McGrath, Dash Kwiatkowski and Marc Abrigo (SOLD OUT)

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Avengers of Comedy is a nerd comedy showcase at the San Francisco Punch Line. Featuring a diverse lineup of amazing local comics, Avengers represents one of the most popular local showcases in the entire city. Regardless of how nerdy a crowd might be, all audiences are delighted by the eclectic range of stand ups. Avengers of Sketchfest represents the best and brightest comics to perform at the several Avengers of Comedy shows each year. If we can't save this world, we can definitely make it laugh. $15 18+ (unless accompanied by parent or guardian)

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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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Dash Kwiatkowski

Dash Kwiatkowski is a comic from the SF Bay Area. He’s a regular at the SF Punch Line, The Sac Punch Line, and Cobbs. He’s been featured on local television on KOFY Creepy Movie Time, and also on Radio’s 910AM Radio School. He has opened for Emmy winner Paul Mecurio and MTV’s Chris Distefano. He likes to talk about comic books a bunch, so if you wanna discuss those with him he’d be super down. He is undefeated at... 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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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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Jesse McGrath

Jesse McGrath is a stand-up comedian from the San Francisco Bay Area. His brand of comedy is a unique combination of storytelling, personal confessions, and clever pop-culture analysis. In 2014 he performed in SF Sketchfest and the Savage Henry Magazine's Comedy Festival, as well as premier clubs all over the Bay Area. In addition, he is the creator and co-host of "Super Trashed Bros," a live drinking game featuring video games and stand-up... Read More →
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Marc Abrigo

Marc Abrigo is a stand-up comedian working around the Bay Area.  | | And yes, he really does look like a twelve year-old.

Friday February 6, 2015 10:15pm - 11:45pm
Brava Studio Theater 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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