Treat yourself or your special someone to an early Valentine's Day gift! Join us for a monster comedy show featuring six epic comedians. Our theatre-style stage combined with an intimate comedy club atmosphere provides a truly unique and memorable experience. Come laugh until your sides hurt, and then some.
MEET THE COMEDIANS
San Francisco native, Kira was a series regular on How To Be A Grownup for TruTV, the hidden camera show Girls Behaving Badly and was a correspondent on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for over 8 years. Recently, Kira co-hosted the game show Winsanity with Donald Faison for the Game Show Network. One of Kira’s greatest achievements is shooting her latest 1 Hour Stand Up Special,You Did This To Me, which was completely self-produced and she shot it while over 7 months pregnant. Kira has appeared on The Jay Leno Show, Hello Ross! with Ross Mathews, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Last Call with Carson Daly, Hell’s Kitchen, Last Comic Standing, Set List TV, and The World Stands Up on Comedy Central. She has written for Joan Rivers, Scott Baio, Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber.
Krista Fatka is an Oakland-based comic and writer. With over a decade of performance experience in circus and theater, she’s as comfortable on stage as she is in a room full of clowns. Which is to say, pretty comfy. She produces a regular show at The San Francisco Punch Line called The Charm Offensive. She has performed at festivals in the Bay Area like SF Sketchfest, Outside Lands, and is a semi-finalist in the 2017 San Francisco International Comedy Competition. She won first place in The Sacramento Comedy Competition 2017.
Liz Stone is a corporate attorney who spent one too many weekends in the office and nearly hung herself on a rope fashioned from financial documents. Fortunately Liz discovered stand up comedy as a balance to the corporate grind and has been entertaining audiences with her unique perspective ever since. She performs all over the Bay Area, in small towns throughout America, and was voted one of “America’s Funniest Lawyers”. She also performed in the 2017 SF Sketchfest Festival.
Bernadette Luckett is originally from the SF Bay Area, but started her standup career in New York City after working as a professional model, a cookie packer, and a lab technician at a VD clinic. She performed at comedy clubs all over the US and appeared on numerous TV shows, then segued from standup into sitcom writing, and has worked on several shows including: Living Single; Sister, Sister; The Tracy Morgan Show; Girlfriends; and Romeo!. After a 17-year hiatus, Bernadette returned to standup funnier than ever. In addition to being a contributing essayist to the anthology NO KIDDING Bernadette worked as a Co-Producer on the documentary, “Comedy Warriors: Healing Through Humor,” which received a 2014 Television Academy Honors Award – for television programming that inspires, informs, motivates, and even has the power to change lives.
Samantha Gilweit is a single mother, comedian, musician, and failed pig farmer currently living in Oakland, CA. One day, she asked herself, "What makes less money than pig farming?" and began a career in stand up comedy. Her comedic style was once described as a "female Louis C.K." by a guy who wanted to sleep with her. After she broke up with that guy, Samantha really began to hone her craft. She has been fortunate enough to share the stage with comedians such as Bobcat Goldthwait, Chad Daniels, Brooks Wheelan, Caitlin Gill, and Matt Braunger. Currently, Samantha performs regularly at Cobbs, the Punch Line, SF SketchFest, and produces Battle of the Comedy Bands at Milk Bar and the Sunday showcase at Cheaper Than Therapy at the historic Shelton Theater in downtown San Francisco. Her music can be found on Bandcamp and Pandora Radio.
Liz Grant has been performing comedy from the time she could get a decent fake ID. Her credits include being a writer for George Carlin’s Laugh.com and winner of The Brian Regan Impression Contest. Grant has performed all over the country, sharing the stage with comedy greats such as Robin Williams and Dana Carvey. Her one-woman comedy show, “Deja Wince: Lessons From a Failed Relationship Expert,” ran for 23 weeks in San Francisco and is now a DVD.
Larry “Bubbles” Brown
Larry “Bubbles” Brown is a San Francisco based comedian and a favorite of the Throckmorton. Larry tried stand up comedy in 1981 at the Holy City Zoo in SF and has stayed with it ever since. He has appeared on over 25 tv shows, including numerous appearances on David Letterman. He was also in the move “The Kiterunner.” Larry is a frequent opening act for Dana Carvey and Dave Attell.