Mike Spiegelman, January 26, 2013 (by Mike Spiegelman)
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Mike Spiegelman has performed at SF Comedy Day and hosts a weekly stand-up showcase at the Layover Music Bar in Downtown Oakland. He’s the author and curator of the online Mike Spiegelman Joke Book and hosts the weekly video podcast, Hanging With My Tweeps. You can find more at LuggageTuesdays.com. This will be his sixth year at SF Sketchfest.
Two Hot Mics
January 28th, 8pm, Eureka Theater
The Layover Comedy
Tuesday, February 5th, 8pm, The Layover in Oakland
A Funny Night for Comedy with Natasha Muse
Sunday, February 10th, 7pm, The Actor’s Theatre
A Funny Night for Comedy is a live action late-night talk show featuring Natasha Muse (“Best Tranny Comedian,” SF Weekly) and sidekick Ryan Cronin. Every second Sunday of the month they (along with house band Mike Spiegelman and the Euphonic Cacophony, Sign Master Brian Fields, and Kirsten the Stage Manager) welcome the brightest up-and-coming comedians of the Bay Area (and beyond) in a warmly weird evening filled with stand-up, sketch, and improv. It’s the only show in San Francisco (possibly the world) where the price of admission includes delectable homemade fried chicken as well as a slice of delicious lemon cake because we don’t just want to make you laugh, we want to make you happy.
PERFORMANCE INFO: Sunday, February 10, 7pm at Actor’s Theatre
Celebrity impersonator Mike Spiegelman (playing himself) can’t get a break, until Sir Michael Caine (celebrity impersonator Colin Mahan) joins him onstage and teaches him acting. In the end, Spiegelman discovers it’s ok to be himself and Colin discovers it’s better to remain someone else.
“Grocery Outlet?” More like “Grocery Paycheck,” am I right?
When Grocery Outlet opens, I’m going to rock out with my Groc Out.
I buy all my groceries at outlet stores, I don’t want to make my jeans and shoes jealous.
Hopefully they will stack alcohol like the last supermarket, because this happened there once:
Also, Delano’s always played ‘50’s music. I hope GrocOut will get with the times and play music from the ‘70’s.
#MUNI #munifail #muniwin
Laundry Basket & Spiegelman: “Who’s on First?” (by LuggageTuesdays)
A Funny Night for Comedy
2nd Sundays at 7 p.m.
Actors Theatre of San Francisco - 855 Bush (at Taylor)
$10, with occasional deals for fans of the Facebook page
This monthly show is a fun, live take on the familiar late-night talk show format. Producer Natasha Muse and her co-host Ryan Cronin invite some of the best comics in the area to perform a short set plus an interview. The show begins with Natasha’s opening monologue and is filled out with the musical stylings of the Mike Spiegelman Cacophonous Euphoria Band and surprises from Kelly the Stage Manager and Sign Master Brian Fields.”
Sans Soleil (1983): Eddy and Gough (by LuggageTuesdays).
From the 1983 travelogue, directed by Chris Marker. Narrator totally misprounces two San Francisco street names. It’s pronounced “Ed-dee” and “Gough (Rhymes with Cough)”
3/1. Comedy Showcase @ Comet Club. 3111 Fillmore St. SF. 9PM. Featuring Joe Tobin, Alison Stevenson, Mike Spiegelman, Sergio Barajas, Ben DelCastillo, Tyler Hinz and Gabe Morales. Hosted by Ben Feldman.
Zeke Greenwald. Memewald.