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Friday, January 10 • 10:30pm - 11:59pm
Some People Like Us

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Some People Like Us is a show hosted by good friends and cultural talking points, gay white Casey Ley (Time Out LA's Comics-to-Watch 2019) and straight black Kaseem Bentley (Comedy Central, VICELAND). The show features quick banter on hot-button social issues, comedy from some of the nation's best performers, games where everybody plays and nobody wins, a lot of unanswered questions and zero guns. It's like a more fun, physically safer version of everyday life in America. Individually, Kaseem's comedy has been called "the best racial humor you don't feel bad laughing at" (SFWeekly) and Casey's "difficult not to like, unless you're a prude," (Time Out LA). Collectively, they are a just real fun time...even if you are a racist prude. This is a partially seated show—arrive early for a seat. ($18, 21+)

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Casey Ley

Casey Ley is a comedian based in Los Angeles but he's definitely willing to travel if you can host. His stand-up got him voted Best Comedian in San Francisco by SFWeekly and he was the national runner-up in The Advocate Magazine's search for The Next Great Queer Comedian. His podcast... Read More →
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David Rodriguez

David Rodriguez is an up-and-coming standup based in Fort Collins, Colorado where he is currently building a brand new club "The Comedy Fort" set to open in early 2020.He is in regular rotation at the world famous Comedy Works in Denver, and his jokes have been featured on NPR, at... Read More →
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Donnie Sengstack

Donnie Sengstack began his comedy career in Maryland running between open mics in Baltimore and Washington, DC. Now after years of hard work and traveling around the country, many consider Donnie to be one of New York City’s most promising young comedians. His unique style appeals... Read More →
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Feel Woods

Feel Woods is  not ashamed to admit that he's a stuttering comedian straight out the streets of Oakland, California. Perhaps the only one. His self deprecating stories and tales on growing up in inner city Oakland has earned him a spot at Comedy Central's Clusterfest and also a performer... Read More →
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Hanna Dickinson

Hanna is a New York based comedian most known for her appearance in a Korean weight-loss supplement commercial as the role of “before.” She wrote on season 3 of truTV’s "Comedy Knockout" and has an album on SiriusXM called "Lactose Intolerant". Currently, Hanna writes digital... Read More →
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Kaseem Bentley

SF Native but currently residing in Los Angeles, Kaseem Bentley no-holds-barred style command's your attention in the most raucous room or empty back room. Kaseem has appeared on Comedy Central, Viceland, NBC SeeSo, Rooftop Comedy, and Nerdist. In additon he was a staff writer on... Read More →
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Liz Stone

Liz Stone performs throughout the country and is known for her personal stories of life, love, and embarrassing moments. She is a regular at the SF Punch Line, Cobbs Comedy Club, The Laugh Factory, Laughs Unlimited, Rooster T Feathers, and was selected to perform in the 44th Annual... Read More →
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MK Paulsen

Originally from a small town in Texas, MK Paulsen is a comedian, musician, writer and performer based in a Los Angeles. In 2016 MK attained Internet fame with his viral blog “BurritoMakesThree.com” that featured newborn baby pictures of him with a Chipotle burrito.As a stand up... Read More →

Friday January 10, 2020 10:30pm - 11:59pm PST
Cafe du Nord