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Sunday, January 10 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
PianoFight Showcase: Judith, Private Street and Virginia's Harem, Hosted by Ryan Schutt

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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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Judith

Judith is a House Sketch Team on Maude Night at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre - Los Angeles.
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Private Street

Private Street is a fast-paced, high-energy, character-driven team that brings you longform improv and sketch comedy! Private Street was named after the fascinating tales of Dylan’s experiences growing up on a private street in Topanga, California. PRIVATE STREET is Dylan Booth, David Brown, Anais Fairweather, Yak Manrique and Mark Schroeder.
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Ryan Schutt

When Ryan gets the opportunity to talk at a group of strangers with a microphone, he relates to them by drawing from his pathetically shallow reservoir of life experience. Staying comfortably within the bounds of his limited knowledge and interests, his material focuses on things that bother him, getting bothered by things, and the relationship between him and things that are bothersome. It goes without saying that it is clearly everything else... Read More →
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Virginia's Harem

Virginia’s Harem is a sketch group that was formed in early 2015 comprised of Liz Beeson, Valerie Boucvalt, Margee Green, Erica Goostrey, Alicia Hawkes, and Emily Slazer. They met taking classes at The New Movement NOLA, and that’s their home base. Their shows are a blend of high energy sketch comedy and short, low tech videos. Their aesthetic is accidentally 90s-ish as it’s shaped by their lack of technological expertise and an exuberant... Read More →



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