Adam Cayton-Holland (www.adamisfreakingoutrightnow.com) is a national touring headliner who plays all over the country. He was named one of 25 “Comics to Watch” by Esquire Magazine, one of “10 Comics to Watch” by Variety and has appeared on “Conan,” “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail,” “The Pete Holmes Show” and “@midnight.” He has appeared on ABC’s “Happy Endings” and was featured on the Nerdist, Comedy Bang Bang... Read More →
Adam Rogers is the Deputy Editor at Wired. He edits the web site and writes and edits features for the print magazine, primarily about science but also other miscellaneous geekery. His 2015 book "Proof: The Science of Booze" was a New York Times science bestseller, won the IACP Cookbook prize, and was shortlisted for the PEN/EO Wilson Literary Science Writing Award. Rogers was a writer and on-air correspondent for the admittedly short-lived... Read More →
Andie Main is uses comedy as a form of activism and organizes fundraisers that have raised thousands of dollars for causes close to her heart; like Planned Parenthood, Bernie Sanders, The Oregon Humane Society and queer spaces for youth. | | Festival credits include Bumbershoot, Seattle Sketchfest, SF Sketchfest, The All Jane Comedy Festival, Portland Pride, Treefort Festival, Cromfest and The Chicago Exposition. She has recently performed for... Read More →
History tells us that Andrew Orolfo was never born, but created. In some cultures, their stories suggest he emerged from the magma of an active volcano, unaffected by it's immense temperatures. His only purpose to wander the world and document his explorations. After an expedition that lasted for decades he became lost, with no one to share his discoveries. But then he found himself. In a place called the Bay Area. Where he was introduced to... Read More →
Andrew Orvedahl is a comedian and person currently based in Denver, Colorado. If you were a comedy sommelier, you might say his comedy is somewhat cerebral, with a dry finish and floral notes of sarcasm. He prefers mixing real-life stories with creative (and often improvised) observations within those stories. He is a regular at his home club, the renowned Comedy Works in Denver, and has performed at the Montreal Just for Laughs, Bridgetown... Read More →
Ben Roy is one of the fastest rising stars in the comedy world. Ben and his Grawlix comedy troupe created and starred in “Those Who Can’t,” a pilot for Amazon Studios. Ben’s comedy album “I Got Demons” was released in 2012 and was featured in LaughSpin’s top comedy albums of the year. | | Ben was also featured in the book “Mock Stars: Indie Comedy and the Dangerously Funny,” alongside comedy greats Patton Oswalt, Maria... Read More →
Science comedian Brian Malow has appeared on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," Neil deGrasse Tyson’s "StarTalk Radio," and NPR’s "Science Friday." He has co-hosted programs on The Weather Channel, produced science videos for Time Magazine and Slate, and is available for off-world appearances, if transportation is provided.
Casey Ley is a comic living in Los Angeles trying to achieve his dream of being crushed in an earthquake. His comedy has been seen all over the country in clubs, festivals and gay bars. Too many gay bars if you ask him and not enough festivals but there is some time left in his career before he is crushed in that earthquake. In the past year Casey was featured in The Advocate Magazine as part of their Next Great Queer Comic search, curated the... Read More →
Cole Stratton wears a lot of hats. Not literal ones, as he has a tiny head and it just doesn't look right. He is the co-founder of SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival, a month-long annual event highlighting the best in improv, sketch, stand-up, TV and film comedy. Now in its sixteenth year, the festival has featured performers like Tenacious D, Conan O'Brien, Alan Arkin, Gene Wilder, The Kids in the Hall, The State, Mr. Show, Garry... Read More →
Emily Van Dyke is 33 and and still on her mom's cell phone plan. Originally from the Midwest, Emily loves pools and telling inappropriate stories at BBQs. Emily has performed in SF Sketchfest, she was the winner of the Walk the Plank Comedy Competition and her comedy dating show Flirting with Laughter won "Best Tinder Alternative" in San Francisco Magazine.
Produced and hosted by Kevin Whittinghill and Allen Saakyan, Eureka! is a hilarious and educational science comedy show. The show has participated in the Summer of Lust festival, Dent:Space and Bay Area Science Festival.
Jacob Sirof believes in pushing boundaries and not pulling punches. If you don't leave one of his shows at least a little offended, he probably had an off night. He has appeared on Comedy Central, NBC, E!, and is a regular on the Doug Loves Movies podcast, where he is the resident defender of all things George Lucas.
Josh Johnson, most recently featured on Kevin Hart's “Hart of the City” on Comedy Central, was named one of Comedy Central's Comics to Watch in 2015 and a ‘New Face’ at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in 2016. Currently a writer for “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and with a calendar filled with festivals and over 70+ college dates this year alone, he is quickly becoming one of the fastest rising... Read More →
SF Native Kaseem Bentley no-holds-barred style command's your attention even when the check is dropping. Currently he doesn't have an agent, manager, or a million Twitter followers but club bookers still take a chance on him. Kaseem has appeared on Viceland, NBC SeeSo, Rooftop Comedy, is a regular contributor on W. Kamau Bell's "Kamau Right Now" on KALW, and co-member of " SIROF/BENTLEY 2024" with Jacob Sirof.
Kasper Hauser in ZooDangle for Kidz! Basically all old stuff. Even the costumes. Will there be new sketches? Sure. It’s just, with John being a multiple dad now, living in the East Bay (and also he’s a borderline semi-pro spearfisherman now), it’s hard, but that’s where we’re at … we’re talking about setting up a google doc, so it’s just a matter of ... will we be able to buckle down.
Scott Simpson is a comedian and writer who has performed at SF Sketchfest, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and the North American Comedy and Music Festival. He produces the most popular independent comedy show in San Francisco, makes jokes on Twitter as @scottsimpson, and his show “You Look Nice Today” has received the Podcast Award for Best Comedy Podcast.
We all loved the first season of Netflix's "Stranger Things." But it's going to be a while until season two gets made -- but why wait? Find out what's next for those adorable adventuring boys Mike, Lucas, Dustin and Will as they pal around in the Upside Down. Will Chief Hopper and Joyce get it on? Will Steve be able to control his jock a-holeness and treat Nancy right? How's creepy Jonathan's new camera treating him? What's the deal with that A/V... Read More →
One of Sacramento’s newest and fastest rising comedians, Ta’Vi brings a refreshing authenticity to every performance. With only a year of comedy under her belt she was accepted into the 41st Annual San Francisco Comedy Competition and later won Tommy T’s LAFF OFF 2016 Competition, earning herself a headlining spot at the club. Ta’Vi has worked with veteran comedian Bruce Bruce and SNL alum Finesse Mitchell, who praised her... Read More →
Dr. Kiki, the show's host and executive producer, holds a doctorate in neuroscience and started the show before the advent of rss feeds. As a result, TWIS was one of the original podcasts to be carried on itunes way back in the 00's. Justin Jackson is a self-proclaimed "armchair physicist" who sells cars when he isn't researching science news. Blair Bazdarich has her own segment on the show titled "Blair's Animal Corner," where she can explore... Read More →