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Saturday, January 23 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Rooftop Comedy Showcase: Kyle Ayers, Farah Brook, Jesse Elias, Sean Jordan, Stevie Post, Brandon Stokes and Jason Webb, Hosted by Torio Van Grol

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Rooftop Comedy and SF Sketchfest present six Saturday showcases rounding up some of the best up and coming stand up comics in the nation! $15 All Ages

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Brandon Stokes

Sharp and sometimes surprisingly witty sometimes from the middle of Illinois comes Brandon Stokes. A fine combination of both huggy and punchy, "Stokies" manages to not have one overshadow the other. Stokies has ran different shows and specializes in making unconventional comedy shows that people can enjoy without being cheesy. He wants you to know that if you appreciate the realness in his humor to let him know, and give him a hug.
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Farah Brook

Farah Brook hopes to heal you through the art form of stand up comedy. She is a regular guest on FOX's Red Eye w/ Tom Shillue and performs every night at major venues across New York City. Farah’s YouTube video "Kiss Me NYC" went viral in April and has been viewed almost 5 million times by people all over the world. Her videos have been featured in The Huffington Post, Time Magazine, People Magazine, MTV and more. Farah is the co-host and... Read More →
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Jason Webb

Jason Webb is a southern preacher's son with a dark twist. He has been entertaining audiences all over the southeast with his unique brand of adorably hateful insights. Jason expertly mixes high and low energy to bring the audience to a comfortable place to talk about uncomfortable subjects.
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Jesse Elias

Jesse Elias is a comedian from San Francisco currently doing things. Shortly after moving to Los Angeles he was named among LA’s top ten new comics by Splitsider.com. In the same year he made his stand-up TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live (2015). He’s performed in festivals like SF Sketchfest, Outside Lands, and Bridgetown. In 2014 he was selected for the New Faces showcase at Just For Laughs Montreal, where he was named a highlight by... Read More →
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Kyle Ayers

Kyle Ayers is a comedian, writer, actor, and all of that sort, living in New York City, by way of his hometown near Kansas City, Missouri. He brings his satirical look at growing up in the small town to the big city, with a unique viewpoint on his generation, our childhoods, and daily life. He has performed in the Brooklyn Comedy Festival and the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival. | | He has written for the Roasts on Comedy Central and Friar's... Read More →
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Sean Jordan

Sean has been a stand up comedian for almost a decade now, starting in Sioux Falls SD but now residing in Portland OR. Moving to the Pacific Northwest in 2009 from the Midwest, Sean has become a staple in the Portland comedy scene. He produces and performs in the #1 independent showcase in Portland, Funny Over Everything. In 2014 the Sean was named the funniest person in Portland by the Willamette Week magazine. He was also a finalist in the 2014... Read More →
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Stevie Post

Steve Post is a stand-up comic from Somerville, Massachusetts. Based in San Francisco, he performs all over the city. Considered to be one of the best up-and-coming comics by himself and close friends, you're going to want to keep an eye on him! He's had conversations Bill Burr, Bob Saget, and the actor who played Sean on "Boy Meets World" but worked with none of them. Clubs performed at include The Punchline, Cobb’s Comedy Club... Read More →
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Torio Van Grol

Torio Van Grol was first discovered by a gentleman naturalist in 1676, causing an uproar among the clergy, who claimed that he was placed on Earth by God as a test of faith. After much careful study, Torio has been widely accepted as real, though some controversy lingers. Many people believe that early humans coexisted peacefully with him, even caring for him and riding on his back as a form of transportation. But Torio is not strong enough to... Read More →

Saturday January 23, 2016 8:00pm - 9:30pm
PianoFight Mainstage 144 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

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