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Kurt Weitzmann

Kurt Weitzmann, a finalist in the 2015 San Francisco Comedy Competition, has appeared on Comedy Central and commanded numerous appearances in SF Sketchfest and The Vancouver Comedy Festival. Kurt has also written, produced and performed numerous shows at The HBO Workspace and the The Comedy Central Stage.

Kurt is an award-winning playwright and filmmaker and his documentary "#BeRobin The Movie," about Margaret Cho’s homeless outreach campaign inspired by the philanthropy of Robin Williams, won two best of festival awards in 2016. His play "Win a Few Lose a Few," won the California Playwright’s Competition in 2017. His new film "The Good Bus" is available to stream at www.boilingfrogentertainment.com/films.

“Kurt Weitzmann—casually, breezily blasphemous and crucial.” - Patton Oswalt. Silver Screen Fiend: Learning About Life from an Addiction to Film

Stand Up: “Comic Genius” –SF Weekly

Last Call: “Believably written, deftly directed and beautifully acted Last Call captures the desperation and complexity of the human experience in microcosm, suggesting that, after nearly 20 years of comedy, Weitzmann may have another calling”. -Silke Tudor, SF Weekly

The Hitler Roast: “A comedic send-up of TV roasts, in this case for der Führer, thus gets high marks. I've seen a lot of vulgar, stupid roasts on the tube of late, but never one as funny or so redeeming in its offensiveness”. –Backstage West Magazine

“The treacherous high-wire of low-brow lampooning that is The Hitler Roast rides you hard and puts you away wet” -Socal Magazine

The Jesus Roast: “God, that’s funny” – San Francisco Chronicle