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Saturday, January 11 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
The Children's Show with cast from The Groundlings

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Returning for another year, the wildly popular Children's Show returns with another heap of comedic improvisers! In this show, a bunch of professional adults will perform a show of improv games for kids and families! Expect lots of laughs and silliness. Great for ages 4 - 12, plus any grownups. You'll see a LOT of actors that you'll recognize from TV and movies. ($22 Orchestra, $18 Balcony, All Ages)

Artists
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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... Read More →
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Cole Stratton

Cole Stratton 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, which celebrates its nineteenth year in January 2020. Along with Janet Varney, he has written and performed... Read More →
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Colleen Smith

Her television credits include "Selfie," "How I Met Your Mother," "King of The Hill," "No You Shut Up," "The Mike Tyson Mysteries" and "The Office."She is a professional puppeteer for the Jim Henson Company and has performed all over the world with the live improvised show, "Puppet... Read More →
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Janet Varney

Janet is an Emmy-Nominated actor, comedian, writer and producer. She most recently starred as the horrible Becca on FXX’s "You’re the Worst, " and she created, wrote and stars in the IFC series "Fortune Rookie.” JV can also be heard as the sarcastic AI “Sorry” on the sci-fi... Read More →
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Oscar Nunez

Oscar Nuñez is best known for playing Oscar Martinez on NBC's "The Office." He has won an Emmy, two SAG Awards, an ALMA Award, a TV Land Award and an Impact Award from the National Hispanic Media Coalition for the role. Oscar is also recognized for his roles in movies like "The Proposal... Read More →
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Rachel Dratch

Rachel Dratch was a cast member on "Saturday Night Live" for 7 years. Before that she was on the Mainstage of Second City Chicago for four years, where she wrote and performed with Adam McKay, Scott Adsit, and Tina Fey. She appeared in a bunch of TV shows, including "King of Queens... Read More →
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Scott Adsit

Scott Adsit won the Joseph Jefferson Award for his work at The Second City Theater in Chicago and still improvises at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Manhattan. Adsit has appeared in many television shows most notably, playing producer Pete Hornberger on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning... Read More →
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Tami Sagher

Tami Sagher was a writer and producer for "How I Met Your Mother." She was also a writer on HBO's "Bored to Death" and "30 Rock" on NBC. She is an alumna of the Second City mainstage and etc theaters in Chicago, and has been featured on "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Knocked Up," and "This... Read More →



Saturday January 11, 2020 11:00am - 12:30pm
Marines' Memorial Theatre 609 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Attendees (38)