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Saturday, February 7 • 10:00pm - 11:30pm
Upright Citizens Brigade: ASSSSCAT with Matt Besser, Ian Roberts, Matt Walsh and guests Lauren Lapkus, Dannah Phirman and Danielle Schneider and guest monologist Tony Hale (SOLD OUT)

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Upright Citizens Brigade’s popular weekly long-form improv show A.S.S.S.S.C.A.T. has been a staple of SF Sketchfest for an unprecedented 12 years running, and returns to Marines’ Memorial Theatre for one show only, featuring UCB founding members Matt Besser, Ian Roberts and Matt Walsh. They will be joined by guest improvisers and UCB theatre regulars Lauren Lapkus, Dannah Phirman, and Danielle Schneider, and guest monologist Tony Hale. $35 All Ages

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Danielle Schneider

Danielle Schneider, an actor, writer and comedienne, is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. As an actress Danielle starred as Krista on Spike TV’s comedy series "Players." She has also recently appeared on ABC’s "Happy Endings," Adult Swim’s "NTSF:SD:SUV," E!’s "Burning Love," The AMC pilot "How to Cheat on your Wife" and is recurring on Fox’s "American Dad." Danielle has also appeared on "Reno 911," Comedy... Read More →
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Dannah Phirman

Dannah Phirman is a New York City transplant and among the founding performers of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York. With her writing partner Danielle Schneider, she wrote and starred in the show "Eye Candy" directed by Amy Poehler, which was an official selection of HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival. Together they created the show "Dead Heiresses" which was developed as a pilot for Comedy Central. They also wrote "Beverly... Read More →
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Ian Roberts

Ian Roberts is a founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade. Along with the other members of the UCB, he owns and operates the Upright Citizens Brigade’s theaters and training centers in New York and LA. As an actor, Ian has starred in Comedy Central’s "Upright Citizens Brigade" and "Reno 911," and Spike TV’s "Players." His most notable film role was as choreographer Sparky Polastri in "Bring It On." As a writer, Ian, along... Read More →
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Lauren Lapkus

Lauren Lapkus is an actress, improviser and writer best known for her role as Susan Fischer on the Netflix original series "Orange is the New Black." Her credits include playing Dee Dee on the NBC sitcom "Are You There, Chelsea?," "House of Lies" on Showtime, "Chelsea Lately," "@midnight," "Key & Peele," and "Blended." She appears regularly on podcasts on the Earwolf network like "Comedy Bang! Bang!" and "Improv4Humans" and now has her own... Read More →
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Matt Besser

Raised a proud Razorback in Little Rock, Arkansas, Matt Besser attended Amherst College where he learned how to collect CDs. After graduating, Matt toured the Midwest doing stand-up, while taking improvisation direction from Del Close at Chicago’s Improv Olympic Theater. In Chicago in 1991, he became a founding member of the sketch group “Upright Citizens Brigade,” and with them he has performed and written stage productions... Read More →
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Matt Walsh

Matt Walsh is a founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade where he continues to perform and teach today. Credits for Walsh include starring in Comedy Central’s critically acclaimed "Dog Bites Man," acting as a correspondent for "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" from 2001-2002, and regular appearances in MTV’s "Human Giant." He has appeared in such movies as "Semi-Pro," "Old School," "Bad Santa," "Road Trip," and "Elf." He also... Read More →
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Tony Hale

Tony Hale is best known for his role in the Fox comedy series “Arrested Development” as the neurotic Byron "Buster" Bluth. He currently plays Gary Walsh, the sycophantic personal aide to the Vice-President of the United States on the HBO comedy “VEEP.” | | In March 2006, Hale was cast in a co-starring role as the video store owner Simon in the NBC sitcom “Andy Barker P.I., “starring Andy Richter and co-created... Read More →



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