Tuesday Night Live Comedy ft. Steve Mittleman, Nathan Habib, Kabir Singh, Nick Aragon, Allie Zisfein & Myles Weber with hosts Geoff Bolt & Michael O’Brien

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Join us 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

Steve Mittleman


Steve Mittleman is a comedian extraordinaire. His talent has earned him an enviable reputation on the Los Angeles corporate comedy circuit. Steve is a regular guest on “Late Night” and “The Tonight Show.” He headlines at all major comedy clubs and was featured in “Roxanne” with Steve Martin and Woody Allen’s “Radio Days.” You will remember Steve Mittleman as the guy “with no chin” and great comedic timing. His comedy routines are hilarious and “squeaky” clean and his improvisational skills are excellent.

Kabir Singh 


Kabir “Kabeezy” Singh is Fresh off his “Comedy Central” Debut on the hit comedy show “Gabriel Iglesias’s Stand-Up Revolution,” A high-energy, crowd-pleasing comic with an in-your-face attitude and razor-sharp wit, Kabeezy’s won numerous comedy competitions, including taking first place two years in a row at the Bay Area Stand Up Comedy Competition, but most importantly won the 2014 39th Annual “SF International Comedy Competition”by coming in first place in all 5 shows in the Final Round which was the first time that happened in It’s rich 39 year history.

Nathan Habib


Nathan made his 8th grade math teacher laugh so hard, he had to end the lesson early.  It was at that moment he knew comedy was his way to bring more joy to the world and shorter math classes to students.  Nathan brings a friendly personality on stage while delivering a confidently vulnerable attitude, quick banter, and tightly written bits.  His achievements mark him as a rising comic in the Bay Area performing in top venues including the iconic San Francisco theatre, the Fillmore.  He has performed for numerous organizations and showcased in noteworthy festivals like San Francisco Sketchfest.  His unique perspective on the most ordinary situations not only elicits laughter, but is also critically appreciated by a diverse audience.  He is a favorite at the SF Punchline, Cobbs, and Rooster T Feathers and has opened for respectable comics such as Josh Blue, Chad Daniels, and Eddie Pepitone.  He is also the Executive Producer and co-host of the Be Happy What Ever The F*** That Means podcast with his brother Roni Habib.

Myles Weber


Myles Weber took first place in the 40th Annual San Francisco International Comedy Competition, joining comedians such as Robin Williams, Dana Varvey, Ellen DeGeneres, Louis CK, Dane Cook, and Marc Maron. Weber was the second youngest to win the competition and one of only two comics to ever sweep the whole thing.   Weber has appeared on MTV’s “Greatest Party Story Ever” and Portico TV as the host. He also wrote for Portico and Smosh Pit Weekly (on Smosh’s YouTube Channel). Weber’s high-energy crowd work has kept audiences in stitches all across the U.S. and Canada. Blending together high-octane improv, crowd interaction and story telling, seeing Myles Weber means you will never see the same show twice.

Nick Aragon


Nick Aragon is a writer and performer from Stockton, California. He’s been doing stand-up for over 6 years and features at clubs and festivals all over California including the The Punchline, The Purple Onion and the Comedy Store. Nick made his television debut on the show “Laughs” on Fox and he hosts and guest features on numerous podcasts and YouTube channels.

Allie Zisfein


Comedian Allie Zisfein was born on January 10, 1991, in New York City.  She spent the spring semester of her junior year in Los Angeles, working with the hilarious and creative minds at Funny or Die.  After graduating from Syracuse University the following year, Zisfein over-packed her bags and flew back to Los Angeles.  Since arriving in LA a little over a year ago, Zisfein focused on the stand-up comedy circuit and has performed at the Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store Belly Room & Main Room, I.O. West, Second City and more. A recent review by the North Hollywood based publication, The Geek Authority said: “Allie Zisfein was vivacious and full of spunk as she talks about all that is her and her concerns in life.  She was cute and clear and always right there connecting with the audience while being funny and witty with her personal observations of life. This made her very fun to watch!” Written By Lorenzo Marchessi.

Geoff Bolt


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


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).

February 06 2018

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Date: Tuesday, February 6
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: $17 - $27
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