Join us every Tuesday for an unforgettable belly-splitting evening of comedy! Each week we showcase 5-7 different comedians at the top of their game. Tuesday Night Live Comedy features fresh talent on the rise, alongside veteran comics from around the world. Our theatre-style stage combined with an intimate comedy club atmosphere provides a truly unique and memorable experience. Laughter is the best medicine and we guarantee you will be laughing and smiling all week! Come see what the fun is all about!
MEET THE COMEDIANS
Johnny Taylor Jr.
Sardonic and personal, Johnny Taylor elevates the art of self-deprecating storytelling with his debut album, Tangled Up in Plaid on Stand Up! Records. Taylor gained the attention of the comedy world sharing stages with Robin Williams, Doug Stanhope, and Dave Attell. Taylor is currently co-headlining Godless, a comedy tour with Stand Up! Records label mate Keith Lowell Jensen. Lovably sarcastic and hilariously introspective, Taylor delivers chapters from his awkward autobiography with dry wit and a sly grin. www.johnnisntfunny.com
Daniel is an attorney-turned-comedian, but if you ask him, he’s a purveyor of humor and ideology. Daniel’s stand-up is inspired from real life experiences and observations, which he uses to create completely original material. Everything from infidelity and world travel to bad career choices and death has become topics of discussion for Daniel. As an attorney who was raised white trash, Daniel uses his dark sense of humor to explore subjects that are smart, weird, sometimes inappropriate and personal. Daniel’s comedy can be seen on the Starz Network, in the documentary “The Coexist Comedy Tour,” and on Hulu.
Irene Tu is a San Francisco-based stand-up comedian, writer, and actor. In 2016, she was named one of the “Bay Area’s 11 Best Stand Up Comedians” by the SFist and one of 20 “Women to Watch” by KQED. She has been featured in SF Sketchfest, Limestone Comedy Festival, RIOT LA and on Seeso and Viceland. Irene hosts several popular shows in the Bay Area: Man Haters, Hysteria, The Mission Position, Laugh Function and Millennials Ruin Everything (they do). www.irenetu.com
Keith Bergman has been swilling coffee and driving around the country telling stories for six years. Before that, he spent a long time playing drums in rock and roll bands. He hasn’t bought any new clothes since then. His comedy veers from smart, sardonic observations to ridiculous personal tales of keeping it together in a world gone weird. He’s performed from LA to New York, in A-list comedy clubs and small town dive bars, and when he’s not at home being an adequate father and husband, he’s on the road seeking the next adventure and the perfect Reuben. www.keithbergman.com
Jammin’ Jay Lamont
Jammin Jay Lamont is not just a comedian; he is a multi-talented entertainer. Known to many as the “The Human IPOD,” Jay has performed on major concert and comedy stages with performers like The Gap Band, The O’Jays, Anita Baker, Ledisi, and Jamie Foxx to name a few. He also opened for Mary J. Blige in 13 cities on her Libration Concert tour. Since moving to Los Angeles Jay has performed on BET’s Comicview, Comedy Central, Showtime At The Apollo, Tom Joyner Family Reunion, Russell Simmon’s Def Comedy Jam, Byron Allens “Comic Unleashed”, Jamie Foxx presents “Laffapalooza” and Martin Lawrence’s “1st Amendment” and several other TV shows. Jay adapts to any type of audience and delivers a one-of-a-kind show night after night. He is a clean upscale entertainer that mixes a dash of comedy with a sprinkle of impressions and a hand full of music.
A regular around the San Francisco Bay Area and Southern California, Tommy Broome got his start in stand-up comedy in San Diego in 2009. Since then, he has taken his obscure but positive outlook on life to such stages as San Diego’s Comedy Palace and Comedy Store, as well as L.A.’s World famous Comedy Store, Flappers, San Jose Improv, and San Franciscos Purple Onion, and performed with the likes of Bobby Lee, Claude Stuart, Erik Knowles, and Jeff Applebaum. In 2009, Tommy was a finalist in San Diego’s Funniest Person Contest.
Geoff Bolt (Host)
Geoff Bolt is a comedian, writer and actor. A Bay Area original, Geoff is renowned as an inspired improviser in the world of sketch comedy. Geoff got his start in the comedy world as a founding member of the critically acclaimed National Theatre of the Deranged, and soon after debuted his stand-up comedy to rave reviews at San Francisco’s Other Cafe. He continues to perform regularly to dedicated fans at a wide variety of comedy clubs. He has appeared in many feature films was featured in HBO’s Young Comedian’s Special, Showtime’s Comedy Channel, A&E’s Evening at the Improv, and KQED’s Comedy Tonight. Geoff has appeared in several plays at the SF Fringe Festival and has done hundreds of voice- overs for radio, television, and video games. He appears regularly on NPR’s West Coast Live as half of the comedy team of Karl and Carl, who offer their unconventional “Tips on Travel”.
Michael O’Brien (Host)
Michael O’Brien is an original member of the National Theatre of the Deranged, co-creator of “’Tips on Travel’ with Karl & Carl” and a master improviser whose credits include performances at The Moth, Porchlight SF, Marsh Theatre, Holy City Zoo and Throckmorton Theatre. Michael is also a teaching artist: Improv Open Workshop at Fort Mason Center, Voice One SF, Academy of Art University, San Francisco State University (guest instructor) and Stanford University (guest instructor).