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Thursday, January 14 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
PianoFight Showcase: Drama 3/4 presents 'Cue to Cue,' The Magic Negro and Other Blackness and Taste Better Wit, Hosted by Andrew Michaan

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SF Sketchfest is proud to present a series of shows with some of the best emerging sketch, improv, solo and musical comedy acts from throughout the country and North America! $15 All Ages

Performers
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Andrew Michaan

Andrew Michaan is a comedian whose comedic voice explores a diverse range between "good" and "great" and "hmm." He grew up in the woods of Colorado, did some more growing up in the woods of Portland, Oregon, and now lives in the woods of Los Angeles, where he hopes to finally complete his journey of self-growth. He can be seen in comedy festivals and mirrors all over this once great (and still great!) nation.
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Drama 3/4 presents "Cue to Cue"

Drama 3/4 presents "Cue To Cue" | You know how nothing ever seems to go wrong during a live performance? Well, this one is no exception. We've been workshopping and rewriting this show for over 3 years, and now it's finally mostly ready! Prepare yourself for a nearly-complete, almost-memorized, 92%-flawless metasterical experience in which problems are practically guaranteed to not happen! Hosted by Brice Beckham and David Fickas of Drama 3/4... Read More →
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Taste Better Wit

Taste Better Wit has steered away from the traditional sketch format. Their comedy is driven by an epic storytelling approach — dramatic scenes, monologues and music. Our shows are often complete stories that can be modified from a 45 minute show to a 20 minute condensed version. Taste Better Wit is a cooperative group consisting of a mother/actress, punk rocker, teacher, chef/musician, and comedian from the San Francisco Bay Area. They met... Read More →
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The Magic Negro and Other Blackness

Mark first got into comedy while studying film at Northwestern University. He had a chance to work at Comedy Central through the Chris Rock Summer School Program for up and coming comedy writers of color. During his time at the program, he got to pitch jokes to the writing staffs of "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report." Mark performs comedy in Atlanta at Dad's Garage Theatre Company and other spots around town. He also teaches improv and... Read More →



Thursday January 14, 2016 7:00pm - 8:30pm
PianoFight Second Stage 144 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

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