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Friday, January 17 • 10:30pm - 11:59pm
Donde Esta Mi Comedy?

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Donde Esta Mi Comedy is a stand-up show featuring comedy by Latinos from all over the Bay Area! Donde Esta Mi Comedy had its first show in the Castro to a packed crowd and has wowed audiences ever since! Always hosted by Baruch Porras Hernandez who founded and organizes the literary shows of Donde Esta Mi Gente?, Donde Esta Mi Comedy is a project created to shine the spotlight on the Bay Area's most hilarious Latinos! Past features include Eloisa Bravo, Nicole Calasich, Molly Sanchez, Jennifer Dronsky, Jesus U Betta Werk! and many more! The shows are always high energy, full of amor, and usually center queers and women, with the occasional straight guy, cause why not? The shows are in English but have a little bit of flavor or one or two Spanish words here and there. Every show has a different line up and has found the funny in immigration, Latino Moms, coming out queer in the Latino community, cooking, the stereotypes put on latinos, and Despacito. Come get hit with some jokes and explode like a pinata, but not actually. At the shows we make you laught and Baruch usually passes out Donuts he bought at a panaderia! This is a partially seated show—arrive early for a seat. ($22, 21+)

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Armando Torres

Armando Torres is a Los Angeles based comedian, actor, writer, and podcaster. With a goofy grin, and an even goofier haircut, he uses his childish outlook on life to have you laughing with, or at, him.​Armando has performed in clubs, venues, and festivals across the country. He's... Read More →
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Baruch Porras Hernandez

Baruch Porras Hernandez has been called a “Delight!” by the SF Chronicle, “A San Francisco treasure!” by legendary comedian Marga Gomez, and a “Bay Area Author to Watch!” by 7x7 Magazine! Recently he took part in the Santa Cruz Comedy Festival and The Oakland Comedy Festival... Read More →
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Dominique Gelin

Dominique Gelin is a comedian and writer based in Oakland who enjoys offering strong opinions on stupid things, -isms, and jerks. It’s all very fascinating. She has performed at the All Jane Comedy Festival, Boston’s Women in Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, KQED, and others. When... Read More →
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Jota Mercury

Jota (pronounced HO-TAH) Mercury is an international award winning LatinX drag king who works to constantly challenge the ideologies of machismo and male dominance. He stays playing with gender in not only the funniest but sexiest ways. A versatile performer, you never know what to... Read More →
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Natasha Vinik

Natasha Vinik is a bay area comedian - she’s the first to do stand-up in virtual reality, and with a mother from Peru and a Jewish, South African father - her unique perspective and experience makes her comedy fun, frightening, and falafel. Minus the falafel. She's allergic.Natasha... Read More →
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Vince Caldera

Vince Caldera is a Los Angeles native, born to a teenage mother and a gangster father in Glassell Park (Very Cool)!Vince started his pursuit of stand-up at the tender age of sixteen. Now 23, Vince works hard to make a name for himself, performing at comedy mainstays around Los Angeles... Read More →

Friday January 17, 2020 10:30pm - 11:59pm PST
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