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Saturday, January 21 • 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Blazers and White Tennis Shoes: 80's Comedy Boom Showcase with Kyle Clark, Imran G, Ben Harkins, Trevor Hill, Kristee Ono, Red Scott and Mikey Walz, Hosted by Clay Newman (SOLD OUT)

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Ah, the 80's, when excess reigned supreme and comedy clubs were booming. SF Sketchfest invites you to dust off your Rubiks Cube and call your friends on your Sports Illustrated Football phone to invite them to this throwback night of comedy, in which all the stand-ups dress in their 1980's comedian best. Get ready for blazers with rolled-up sleeves, acid washed denim, big hair and big big laughs! $15

SOLD OUT --  Tickets may be available at the door night-of. See http://www.sfsketchfest.com/tickets/ for info.     

Performers
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Kyle Clark

Kyle Clark is a Los Angeles based comic. Blending long form story telling with absurdist wit, he has become a unique voice in LA over the past 8 years. He just recorded his second comedy album "I'm a Person" which will be out this fall. 
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Imran G

Imran G hits the stage with intensity and clever quips that keep his audience enthralled and roaring with laughter. The Seattle native has performed from coast to coast and honed an act to entertain audiences of all sizes, shapes, and tastes. Imran is now based in the Bay Area and has performed around the country at Comedy clubs, Theaters and Festivals as well as the NBC Standup for Diversity Showcase.Imran
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Ben Harkins

Originally from Pittsburgh, currently residing in Portland, Ben Harkins suffers from persistent and exhausting clinical fury. His unsweetened wisdom and deadpan delivery have made him an audience favorite throughout the Pacific Northwest. His contentious material attacks every topic from the extinction of species to the price of groceries. 
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Trevor Hill

Trevor Hill is a stand-up comedian who sleeps in Los Angeles and is awake in a variety of locations. He has performed at SF Sketchfest, SF LitQuake, Culture Collide SF, the Chicago Comedy Expo, Great American Comedy Fest, Sacramento Comedy Fest, Cape Fear Comedy Fest, as well as clubs and theaters throughout the US and the UK. In 2015, Trevor was a finalist in Atlanta's Laughing Skull comedy competition as well as winner of the ‘Punchline... Read More →
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Clay Newman

This stony, joke slinging rabble rouser has been delighting audiences across the southwest for over four years with his tales of life, love, and all that other crap that fills our days. His comedy career began as just another way for the long time theater nerd to get his stage time fix, but he soon found that stand-up was his greatest passion and only actual skill. You can also find Clay portraying a wide range of characters in local and national... Read More →
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Kristee Ono

Kristee Ono is a guilty pleasure. You really do not want your friends to find out how much you unironically enjoy her work and company.  | | A little dark, a little weird, relatively entertaining, she has been in the San Francisco comedy scene for 9 years gently introducing herself into your system a little bit at a time as not to overwhelm you. | | She performs regularly at the Punch Line and Cobb's, throughout the Bay Area and beyond... 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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Mikey Walz

Mikey Walz is a Stand-Up Comic, writer, musician, and big silly person out of San Francisco CA. The son of a Jingle writing ex-folk singer father and a late-blooming lesbian psychologist mother, he developed a strange, quizzical, and occasionally musical brand of thinking. His style swings between playful and theatrical to cutting and ernest, walking a fine line between childish and deeply troubled.



Saturday January 21, 2017 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Doc's Lab 124 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133

Attendees (10)