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Sunday, January 19 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Spec Script Podcast

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Spec Script is a live podcast where a funny person writes an episode of a TV show they have never watched. Then a bunch of artists get together and read it on stage. The cast sits on stage as a panel and performs a table read. Spec Script is based out of Portland, OR and Seattle, WA. It has been featured at the Portland Podcast Festival, ABQ Funny Fiesta, Sacramento Podcast Festival, Rose City Comic Con, and Undertow Comedy Festival, to name a few.

Spec Script comes to San Francisco for a grand celebration at SF Sketchfest. We will be putting on 2 episodes of tv shows written by comedians who have never seen the shows! The first will be Girls by SF comic Natasha Muse. The second will be written by Spec Script originals Lucia Fasano and Kyle McCormick. Reading the episodes will be Amy Estes, Dalia Malek, Jaren George, Jeremy Lyon, Laser M Webber, Lucia Fasano, Mike Bennett, Nick Sahoyah, Pallavi Gunalan, and maybe more. Hosted by Chris Khatami, Shane Hosea, Andy Iwancio, and Kyle McCormick. (Free, 21+)

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Amy Estes

Amy Estes started doing comedy around the kitchen table with her very funny family, but didn't take to the stage doing comedy until she was 34. Based in Northern California, Amy has performed at clubs like Sacramento's Laugh's Unlimited, the Punch Line San Francisco and Sacramento... Read More →
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Andy Iwancio

Andy is a transgender gal comedian from Seattle who waxes poetics on being transgender, growing boobs, and then, subsequently, shaking those boobs because of her epilepsy. So, all of that, plus puns.
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Dalia Malek

Dalia Malek is an international comedian who started comedy in London, UK and has performed at major clubs, theaters, and festivals all over the world. She has performed at the Brighton Fringe Festival, Reading Comedy Festival, and Live Nation's Latitude Festival in England, the Edinburgh... Read More →
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Jeremy Lyon

Jeremy Lyon is a Bay Area musician born in Oakland. Currently he performs with King Dream, a psychedelic rock project he founded.
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Laser Malena-Webber

Laser Malena-Webber is a writer and performer! They’re best known as half of the Billboard-charting folk-comedy band the Doubleclicks, but also improvise and write in Los Angeles. Laser’s a real nerd and can been seen playing tabletop games on the Geek & Sundry network as well... Read More →
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Mike Bennett

Mike is an illustrator who spends his days making giant wooden cutouts of cartoon characters and internet pop culture icons. He hides the art around Portland for folks to take home/has made $7000+ for local charities in the last few months. You can find him on Instagram, Twitter and... Read More →
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Natasha Muse

Natasha Muse is like the C3P0 of San Francisco comedy: a bunch of small bears once mistook her for a golden god but in reality she’s a bumbling robot (as well as a mom, a transsexual, and a firm agnostic). The SF Weekly once declared her a “Comedian to Watch” in 2014, and in... Read More →
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Nick Sahoyah

Nick Sahoyah is a writer, actor, and stand up comedian based out of San Francisco best know for his web shows, "8-Hit Gaming" on Queerspace Magazine and "Cool Mom" with Jinkx Monsoon on WOW Presents. He hosts and produces the all queer standup showcase "Legs for Days" every first... Read More →
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Pallavi Gunalan

Pallavi Gunalan is a biomedical engineer, stand-up comedian, improviser, and actor. She’s performed all over the US and India. Pallavi co-produces the Facial Recognition Comedy stand-up show and podcast, and has been featured in Splitsider, The New York Times, Buzzfeed, and the... Read More →

Sunday January 19, 2020 5:30pm - 6:30pm PST
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