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Saturday, January 16 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Computer Show Live with Rob Baedeker, Roxana Altamirano, Tony Altamirano, Adam Lisagor and Beth Lisick

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“Computer Show,” a technology talk show set in 1983 but with real tech-entrepreneur guests from the present day, hit the Internet by storm this fall. Now the time-travel mind-bender comes live to SF Sketchfest. Host Gary Fabert will try, in “real time,” to wrap his head around the inventions of more, real modern-day Silicon Valley surprise guests. It will probably not go well. “Computer Show” is the brainchild of Sandwich Video’s Adam Lisagor and Roxana and Tony Altamirano. Gary Fabert is played by Rob Baedeker of SF sketch group Kasper Hauser. $20, 21+

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Adam Lisagor

Adam Lisagor  founded Sandwich Video, the go-to commercial agency and production company for the tech world. He’s a product man who likes to tell people about neat products. He and his partners produced “Computer Show” through Sandwich because time travel is fun and commercials are boring.
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Beth Lisick

Beth Lisick is a writer and actor. She is the author of five books and has appeared in films screened at Cannes, Sundance, and the San Francisco International Film Festival. | | Her books include the memoir collection "Yokohama Threeway" and "Other Small Shames," the New York Times bestselling comic memoir "Everybody Into the Pool," the gonzo self-help manifesto "Helping Me Help Myself," the story collection "This Too Can Be Yours," and the... Read More →
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Rob Baedeker

Rob Baedeker is a co-founder and performer with the San Francisco-based comedy group Kasper Hauser authors of many books, including "SkyMaul: Happy Crap You Can Buy From a Plane." Rob is the voice of Ira Glass in Kasper Hauser’s parody of “This American Life.”
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Roxana Altamirano

Roxana Altamirano is a Casting Director and maker of things. 1983 was a great year for her.
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Tony Altamirano

Tony Altamirano is a writer and filmmaker currently residing in Portland, Oregon. He is currently writing his first feature and can often be found eating cereal and watching "Fraggle Rock" in his room.



Saturday January 16, 2016 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Swedish American Hall 2174 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94114

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