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Saturday, January 25 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
I Think I'd Be Good At That

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Lots of comics have audience members come up after shows and tell them that their friends or coworkers have always told them they’d make a good comedian. But starting standup involves writing jokes, going to open mikes and being terrible for a while. So most intelligent people don’t even bother trying. To give those sane people a chance to feel the thrill of doing comedy, I created a show where they get to experience being a comic with the help of veteran comedians who write jokes and coach them in taking the stage. We remove all the stuff that can make that first set awful and give them the tips and tricks to succeed. “I Think I’d Be Good At That” is one of the most unique, crazy and fun comedy shows in the Bay Area. And so far, all our Newcomers have crushed it at the show and we’ve been helping people get a taste for what keeps comedians coming back to the stage. ($18, All Ages)

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Amy Bugg

Amy Bugg is a stand-up comic with a penchant for inactivity, mild-mannered jokes about pizza, and dogs who look like people. You’re likely to find her featured on comedy stages across the country or at the back of a rural Alberta bar practicing her very questionable karaoke ski... Read More →
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Drew Harmon

Drew Harmon is a comedian and former TV weatherman who lives in San Francisco. Drew is a regular at the San Francisco Punch Line, has worked with Steve Byrne, Dov Davidoff, Jimmy Pardo and Nicole Byer and more, and has appeared at comedy festivals such as SF Sketchfest, Gilda’s... Read More →
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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 →
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Jay Shingle

Jay Shingle is a comedy performer, musician & video-maker from Portland, OR. In his live act he combines stand-up comedy, prop comedy, music, video and character work into a mind-bending display of visceral goodness. He has opened for Creed Bratton, has performed on the David Liebe... Read More →
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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 →
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Salma Hindy

Salma enjoys listening to politicians talk about what she can and cannot wear as she wraps her hijab in the mirror every morning. The only terrorism Salma partakes in is shooting down stereotypes on stage.

Saturday January 25, 2020 8:00pm - 9:30pm PST
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