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Sunday, January 29 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Live at The Alamo with Vince Caldera, Emily Catalano, Zach Martina, Kwasi Mensah, Opeyemi Olagbaju, Gareth Reynolds and Red Scott, Hosted by Dominique Gelin

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Remember The Alamo -- and the time that you saw SF Sketchfest take over House 5 for a series of stand-up comedy showcases with some of the best emerging joke tellers in the nation! And a few from Canada, too. $15

Due to illness, Joe Nguyen is no longer appearing. Red Scott has been added. 

Performers
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Vince Caldera

Vince Caldera is a 20 year old comedian based in Los Angeles. He has performed at The Improv, The Comedy Store, The Upright Citizens Brigade, The Nerdmelt Showroom and a bunch of other places. This kid has performed on such popular alternative shows as Fresh Out! (NYC), Good Heroin (LA), Boy Kisses (MN), and tons more. Vince has had the pleasure of opening for nationally touring comedians Maria Bamford, Jackie Kashian, and Laurie Kilmartin. He... Read More →
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Emily Catalano

Emily Catalano is a comedian from the Bay Area. Her comedy addresses a wide variety of life's most enjoyable topics such as breakups, failed relationships, and ex-lovers. She's been described as a mix between Eeyore, Daria, and Tina Belcher. But she's not a cartoon. She's a real girl!
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Dominique Gelin

Dominique Gelin is a comedian in San Francisco who offers strong opinions on stupid things, -isms, and assholes. It's all very fascinating. Before moving to the Bay Area, she was a finalist for the Ultimate Miami Comedian and was a part of the Boca Raton Comedy Festival. Dom has also touched the stage of a really famous comedy club that one time.
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Zach Martina

A supportive family, a loving relationship and kids who adore him, that’s the American Dream. Unless you’re Zach Martina, then it’s a recipe for skepticism and anxiety.  Using his sarcastic wit, creative wordplay and a loveable arrogance, Zach brings his big personality to crowds across America as they wonder: “I don’t know what he’s freaking out about, but it’s pretty funny.”
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Kwasi Mensah

Kwasi bridges the gap between insightful observations about race and still thinking he could be a Power Ranger when he was 15. He's opened for the socio-political comedian W. Kamau Bell and co-produces Laughing Liberally Boston, a show that combines comedy with progressive politics. He's been featured in the 2015 Boston Comedy Festival, the Pittsburgh Comedy Festival, The Comedy Exposition in Chicago, and several others festivals across the... Read More →
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Opeyemi Olagbaju

Opeyemi "Ope" Olagbaju’s love and commitment to stand-up are always apparent on stage. The Los Angeles comic performs across the city and has successfully showcased in several festivals, such as the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, the World Series of Comedy and previous NACA Showcases (2014 West & Central and 2015 Nationals). He is noted for his observational humor, which stems from his personal experiences as an immigrant... Read More →
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Gareth Reynolds

GARETH REYNOLDS hails from the sweet streets of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After moving to Los Angeles, Gareth starred in NBC’s ‘The Real Wedding Crashers’ which was as creatively stimulating as it was successful. He then began producing and writing, making shows at Comedy Central, the Travel Channel, and MTV. In 2015 he began an American History podcast called ‘The Dollop’ with Dave Anthony. He appears in a lead role... Read More →
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Red Scott

Offstage, Red enjoys exploring the ways an individual can be indoors and fully protected from the Sun. He beat 146 comics to win the 2010 Rooster T Feathers Comedy Competition. He performed at 2011-2016 SF Sketchfest, including appearing in Jimmy Pardo's "Write Now!". His Game of Thrones podcast, “Boars, Gore, and Swords” is a member of the BoingBoing podcast network. He performs all over the Bay Area, and is a regular at The San... Read More →



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