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Saturday, February 7 • 10:15pm - 11:45pm
SF Sketchfest Stands Up: Cheryl Anderson, Gary Anderson, Jordan Cohen, Anita Drieseberg, Adam Pearlstein, Misha Trubs and Colleen Watson, Hosted by Tom Devenport

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SF Sketchfest presents some of the best emerging comics in the stand-up comedy world! $15 All Ages

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Adam Pearlstein

Adam is a stand up comedian who performs in theaters, clubs, bars, café’s, laundromats, street corners and parking lots all over California. He recently won first place in the first ever San Francisco Comedy Rap Battle Competition. Adam believes the Federal Reserve is responsible for all of the worlds problems and thinks global warming isn’t real. Adam has dropped out of two community colleges and failed Algebra four times... Read More →
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Anita Drieseberg

A self-proclaimed "Spinster", Anita has been blessed with a crazy german mother - the source of her best material. A favorite at the SF Punchline and Cobbs Comedy Club, Anita has performed at The Comedy Store in LA and appears regularly in Toronto at Absolute Comedy Club, Yuk Yuks and The Rivoli. She is the creator of the online animated series "Heckville" and the Facebook comic "SanFranita is..." Her humorous animated shorts have won... Read More →
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Cheryl Anderson

Cheryl “The Soccer Mom” Anderson's comedy is based on her experience as a suburban Sacramento soccer mom, but her act is not typical mom-humor. She started with open mics (telling her family she was going to Target) now, she’s performing at some of the top comedy clubs in the country. She recently returned from entertaining the Marines in Okinawa, Japan. As a writer, Cheryl is the author of two humor books. Her most-recent book... Read More →
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Colleen Watson

Colleen Watson is a rising comic in the San Francisco comedy scene, performed in the 2013 SF Sketchfest, and was a part of the 5 Funny Females tour. She’s a regular at Rooster T Feathers, the San Francisco Punch Line and Cobbs Comedy Club. She has worked with acts such as Dave Attell, Doug Benson, Chris Kattan, and the Sklar Brothers.
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Gary Anderson

Gary explores his self-discovery with a unique and funny twist. His stand-up is described as maverick, smart, and continuously evolving. In the beginning, stand-up served as a replacement for the rush he experienced competing on the gridiron. Four years later, Gary has advanced through the highly-touted San Francisco comedy scene and plays regularly at the major clubs. He currently resides in New York City and... Read More →
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Jordan Cohen

Jordan Cohen is a stand-up comedian and writer from Toronto, Canada. After performing in Vancouver, BC for the past four years, Jordan has returned to his hometown, where his absurd worldview and improvisational outbursts of self-awareness have left countless crowds wanting more. | | Cohen has appeared at Bumbershoot in Seattle, JFL 42 (Just for Laughs Toronto), Vancouver’s NorthWest Comedy Fest and Toronto’s NXNE festival... Read More →
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Misha Trubs

Misha Trubs is a comedian sex god living in San Francisco. One could describe him as a “polymath,” if one were a fancy professor. “Multitalented” works just as well. Misha is one of the Bay Area's most unusual performers, which is a tall order, especially considering the fact that he keeps all of his clothes on and doesn't light anything on fire. He is one of the rare people who can move from format to format without... Read More →
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Tom Devenport

Tom never planned it to work out this way, but lunch can change everything. One tainted burrito (It’s a long story), a career change, and several years later, Tom has performed in clubs, theaters, hotel ballrooms, on decks, in conference rooms, in bars, at malls, behind chicken wire, at sci-fi conventions, and in school cafeterias, explaining his nerd’s-eye view of the world to audiences across the US, UK, France and Germany. When... Read More →

Saturday February 7, 2015 10:15pm - 11:45pm
Brava Studio Theater 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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