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Saturday, January 9 • 10:00pm - 11:30pm
Harmontown with Dan Harmon and Jeff B. Davis (SOLD OUT)

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People always ask us “What is Harmontown?” and that’s a tough question to answer, but here’s the closest thing we’ve got: The countdown continues due to overwhelming demand: Attend a town meeting in a land free of brevity, where Mayor Dan Harmon (creator of NBC’s "Community") and Comptroller Jeff B. Davis ("Whose Line is it Anyway?") take another small, drunken step toward colonizing the moon. Evening may include ineffectual rants, songs, shameful stories, special guests, forehead sweat and repeated exposure to the phrases “like,” uh,” “sort of” and “you know.” $25, 21+

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Dan Harmon

Dan Harmon is the Emmy® winning creator/executive producer of the comedy series “Community” as well as the co-creator/executive producer of Adult Swim’s “Rick & Morty.” | | Harmon’s pursuit of minimal work for maximum reward took him from stand-up to improv to sketch comedy, then finally to Los Angeles, where he began writing feature screenplays with fellow Milwaukeean Rob Schrab.  As part of his deal with Robert Zemeckis at... Read More →
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Jeff B. Davis

Jeff is most famous as a guest star on the improv comedy show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" He also appears in "Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show." He is most famous for his impressions of Christopher Walken and Jeff Goldblum in the Whose Line game “Questionable Impressions”. He was also used quite a bit in the singing games. | | A multi-talented actor/singer, raised in Southern California, started his acting career at the age of 4 at the... Read More →



Saturday January 9, 2016 10:00pm - 11:30pm
Swedish American Hall 2174 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94114