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Friday, January 20 • 7:30pm - 9:00pm
The Groundlings: Crazy Uncle Joe Show with Jordan Black, Regan Burns, Stephanie Courtney, H Michael Croner, Lyric Lewis, Brian Palermo, and Artemis Pebdani (SOLD OUT)

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Come and see one of LA's longest running long-form improvisation shows without leaving the foggy comfort of the Bay Area! Watch as The Groundlings players and guests begin with three suggestions from the crowd, and then proceed to weave the stories together, traveling back and forth through time, playing many different characters in many different situations. It's a particle accelerator of inspired comedic silliness.

The L.A. Times calls them "A seven person pyrotechnic display of cleverness." $25

Due to a change in their schedules, Drew Droege and Jim Rash will no longer be appearing. H Michael Croner has been added.

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

Performers
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Jordan Black

Jordan Black is a former writer for "Saturday Night Live," the creator of "The Black Version" and an alum of the Groundlings Improv Theater. He has been a series regular on several shows including "Punk'd" and "Halfway Home" on Comedy Central. His voice has been heard on "South Park" and "The Cleveland Show" and he’s been seen and heard on "Arrested Development," "Family Tree," "Community," "Key & Peele," "2 Broke Girls," "How I Met... Read More →
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Regan Burns

It was a long and windy road that led Regan Burns to his current status as a Hollywood actor/director/host/pitchman. During his junior year at Radford University in Virginia, he made the wise decision to relinquish his gymnastics scholarship and pursue the life of a thespian. Most of this decision was based on the fact that gymnasts don't get residual checks. | | After graduating with a theatre degree, Regan attended the American Academy of... Read More →
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Stephanie Courtney

Stephanie Courtney is an Aquarius from Burbank. Film credits include "Blades of Glory," "The Brothers Solomon," "The Heart Break Kid," and "For Your Consideration." TV credits include "Mad Men," "The Comeback," "House" and "Tom Goes to the Mayor." She also plays Flo the enthusiastic cashier for Progressive Insurance.
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H Michael Croner

H Michael Croner is an writer/actor based in Los Angeles.  Currently he can be seen on Comedy Central's "Review," MTV's "Mary & Jane" as well as writing and voicing multiple characters on DisneyXD's "Pickle and Peanut." H Michael is also a main company member in The Groundlings Theater where he recently finished a six month stint directing the weekly sketch show "Thank Goodness It's Sunday."
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Lyric Lewis

Lyric Lewis is a southern belle and a Main Company member at The Groundlings Theater; and when she's not there doing "make em' ups", you can check her out on Hulu on the brand spankin' new "MadTV" or narrating an episode of "Drunk History" for season 4 ( it's the Food one). She loves coffee and burgers, is a Taurus and can recite Jurassic Park to ya...line by line PLUS dinosaur sounds. OH, And she is beyond thrilled to be apart of the sketch fest... Read More →
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Brian Palermo

BRIAN PALERMO may be a familiar face to some from his numerous television appearances. He has guest-starred recently on "Modern Family," "2 Broke Girls" and "The League" among others. And he is a recurring correspondent for "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno." | | He is an engaging actor and comedian who has been a performer, director and teacher with The Groundlings Theatre for over 15 years. | | Brian was a staff writer on the animated... Read More →
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Artemis Pebdani

Artemis Pebdani grew up in Houston, Texas, and she received her BFA in Theatre from Southern Methodist University. She continued her studies at the Dell 'Arte International School of Physical Theatre and then just about every improv and sketch school in Los Angeles. She's done a whole lot of TV and not that many movies. If you recognize her, it's probably from "Scandal" or "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" or "Masters of Sex." 



Friday January 20, 2017 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Eureka Theatre 215 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94111