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Friday, January 24 • 9:00pm - 10:30pm
Live From The Alamo

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Remember The Alamo -- and the time that you saw SF Sketchfest take over House 5 for a series of stand-up comedy showcases with some of the best emerging joke tellers in the nation! And a few from Canada, too. ($18, 18+)

Alamo Drafthouse - No Latecomers Policy
Alamo Drafthouse has a no latecomers policy. If you arrive after the show has started, venue staff reserves the right to prevent late admittance to ensure an optimal show experience for the rest of the audience.
https://drafthouse.com/theater/new-mission/admission

Artists
avatar for Adam Pearlstein

Adam Pearlstein

Adam Pearlstein is a comedian based out of Oakland, CA. Adam has appeared in SF Sketchfest, Gilda's Laughfest, Out of Bounds Comedy Festival and has open on the road for Joe List, Sam Morrill, Fahim Anwar and Stavros Halkias. Curbed Magazine named him "A Comic to Watch" in 2018 but... Read More →
avatar for Annette Mullaney

Annette Mullaney

Annette Mullaney is a standup comic based in San Francisco. Named a "Comic to Catch" by the SF Chronicle, she has performed all over the country including at the Detroit Women of Comedy Festival and Austin's Out of Bounds festival. Her comedy is self-deprecating, feminist, existentialist... Read More →
avatar for Anthony Zuccaro

Anthony Zuccaro

Anthony Zuccaro is comic of 7 years from San Francisco. He’s opened for Jen Kirkman at Cobb’s Comedy Club on her tour dates. He’s also headlined the Monkey House in Berkeley and shot a 45 min special at SF’s Oasis. Recently, Anthony was on lineup for the Sacramento Comedy... Read More →
avatar for Elena C. Hayden

Elena C. Hayden

Elena C. Hayden is a Cuban-American stand up comedian hailing from rainy Portland, Oregon. She played the lead in the short film "Victimized" which was screened at 13 international horror film festivals and in 2018 performed at the All Jane Comedy Festival.
avatar for Gracie Canaan

Gracie Canaan

Gracie Canaan began her comedy career in Philadelphia in 2015, and since then has performed at major comedy clubs, colleges and notable venues in New York and along the east coast. Her material as been described by audiences "endearingly naive" and "hilariously dry", and described... Read More →
avatar for Jake Mattera

Jake Mattera

Jake Mattera is a 3x finalist at Helium Comedy’s Philly’s Phunniest competition and, in 2019, placed 3rd out of over 300 comedians. He is a semi-finalist at the Boston Comedy Festival. Jake has acted in sketches that have appeared on "CONAN" and he is featured regularly as a guest... Read More →
avatar for MANDAL

MANDAL

MANDAL is a Atlanta based comedian. He is also the cohost for "Clown School," a podcast about life's absurdities. He has opened for comedians such as Tig Notaro, Rory Scovel, and Donnell Rawrlings. He has also performed in Accidental Comedy Festival, Memphis Comedy Festival, and Laughing... Read More →
avatar for Red Scott

Red Scott

His podcast discussing Game of Thrones, “Boars, Gore, and Swords” has over 10 million downloads. He’s performed in SF Sketchfest 2011-2018, has been featured on Jimmy Pardo's "Write Now", Audible's "Sounds Like America" and is a paid feature at The San Francisco Punch Line... Read More →
avatar for Ronn Vigh

Ronn Vigh

Early in his career, Ronn Vigh's brash attitude and acerbic wit earned him a comparison to a young Joan Rivers by the SF Weekly. It was certainly a fitting comparison as Ronn later became a writer for Rivers on her hit E! Television show "Fashion Police."Ronn regularly performs at... Read More →



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