- It’s like a night out with your funniest friends all dressed up.
- It’s like that time you got the giggles and couldn’t stop because your brother/sister/hamster made that weird face. You don’t remember? C’mon, remember that face. Yes, that one. Uh oh, now you’ve got the giggles again.
- It’s like Pop Rocks Candy, but in your brain.
It’s a night of some of the funniest, quirkiest, and gosh darn cutest comedians around. And then at the end we drop huge balloons on your head!
But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what esteemed theatre critic, Chloe Veltman, had to say.
“The combination of great diversity between the performers’ approaches and yet a strong unifying principle which may come to define the San Francisco comedy scene as we enter the second decade of the 21st century. This unifying principle is unconventionality. Not one of the performers simply stood on stage and told jokes. But all of them possessed a madcap absurdity touched with a dash of theatricality.”