It Came From SF Sketchfest

Doc's Lab, SF Sketchfest & Learn From Me Comedy Present

It Came From SF Sketchfest

Nate Craig, Mikey Walz, Francesca Fiorentini, Chris Conatser, Adam Pearlstein, Eloisa Bravo, Bert Divietri, Jeremy Talamantes

Thu, November 16, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Doc's Lab

San Francisco, CA

$12.00

Tickets at the Door

There is a 2 item minimum per guest, and seating is on a first come, first serve basis. Thank you for supporting live comedy!

It Came From SF Sketchfest
It Came From SF Sketchfest
"SF Sketchfest teams up with comedy curator Jeff Zamaria (Learn From Me Comedy) to bring you a brand new monthly showcase of stand-up, sketch, characters and more at Doc’s Lab, formerly the historic Purple Onion in North Beach. The shows will (mostly) take place on the second Thursday of each month.
Nate Craig
Nate Craig
Nate Craig is a nationally touring headliner and regular at The Hollywood Improv, UCB Theaters (NY & LA) and Nerdmelt Showroom. He was recently featured on AXS Gotham Comedy Live and has appeared on Comedy Central's Tosh.0 and "Mash-up" which he also wrote for. He currently writes for "Ridiculousness" on MTV and his new album Nate Craig "Eggshell" will be featured in the Pandora's "Comedy Spotlight" at Pandora.com. Nate has headlined both the "Laugh Your Asheville Off" and "San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festivals" and been featured at the RIOT LA, Bridgetown and HBO Las Vegas Comedy Festivals. He's been featured on "You Made it Weird" with Pete Holmes, has written for "A Prairie Home Companion" with Garrison Keillor and has been featured on the "Best of the Bob & Tom Radio Show". Nate has also done theater tours with Bill Burr, he headlines all over the country and has multiple full length comedy albums available on iTunes and everywhere else.
Mikey Walz
Mikey Walz
Mikey Walz is a Stand-Up Comic, writer and musician out of San Francisco CA. The son of a Jingle writing ex-folk singer father and a late-blooming lesbian psychologist mother, he developed a strange, quizzical, and occasionally musical brand of thinking. His style oscillates between playful and theatrical, skating between silly and mildly troubled. He's obsessed with dinosaurs, but never talks about it onstage. He has been known to make delicious casseroles, but is fairly humble about it. He loves you and he always will.
Francesca Fiorentini
Francesca Fiorentini
Francesca Fiorentini is a journalist, comedy writer, and performer. She is a host and producer with AJ+, the online channel of Al Jazeera Media Network. As a stand up comic Francesca has performed around the Bay Area including at the Punchline Showcase, Cobb's Comedy Showcase, and at the Comedy Comedy Festival in Los Angeles. She has worked in alternative media since 2004 as an editor with War Resisters League and with Left Turn Magazine.
Chris Conatser
Chris Conatser
Christopher Conatser has been captivating crowds across half the country, from California to Texas, in comedy clubs and honky tonks and Dairy Queens and even the Henry Miller Library. Imagine a reclusive, middle-aged Winnie the Pooh chain-smoking, quoting Alex Jones, and sharing wistful tales of pre-heroin Piglet.
Adam Pearlstein
Adam Pearlstein
Adam is a stand up comedian who performs in theaters, clubs, colleges, bars, street corners and parking lots all over the west coast. Adam started doing stand up comedy when he was 17 years old but quit after bombing in front of John Whitherspoon and then accidentally crashing his car into a club owners stretch limousine. Adam returned to comedy 5 years later and has since opened for Dana Carvey, David Alan Grier and won first place in the San Francisco Comedy Rap Battle Competition. Adam produces two bi-monthly shows in San Francisco including "The People Under the Stairs" at Lost Weekend Video and "Sticks & Stones" at Neck of the Woods.
Eloisa Bravo
Eloisa Bravo
Eloisa Bravo is an enigmatic and highly personal comedienne. She started her comedy career soon after she discovered she couldn’t have children and a subsequent divorce. She holds nothing back and derives her material from real life, exploding with energy on stage. You’ll notice her immediately for her Venezuelan accent and highly expressive performance; yet it’s the nature and intensity of her material that will stick with you, with its unique perspective on the issues affecting urban, single women. She comes with a voice that is unique in the world of comedy, eliciting strong reactions in audiences that leave surprised, because they had no idea what to expect. Packed with energy and cuteness she will make you laugh, assuming you are lucky enough to understand her accent.
Bert Divietri
Bert Divietri
Bert DiVietri is an San Francisco comedian from Lansing Michigan. Growing up undiagnosed with ADHD Bert loves to talk about dealing with his disability as an adult. Not a lot of people are open and willing to joke about their life long disabilities but Bert makes sure to deprecate.

Mr. DiVietri runs three shows a month. Sexy Comedy at 50 Mason Social House every second Friday of the month at 7pm, Nerd Comedy Show at Comic Outpost every last Friday of the month at 8 pm, and Don't Watch This Show LIVE! at Stagewerx Theater at 8pm every last Wednesday of the month.

Bert was a regular at the world famous Purple Onion, a member of the Young Guns of Comedy, and the co-founder of the comedy hip-hop group Death Ray Astray who recently released two music videos for their most requested songs. Bert DiVietri has been featured in military fundraisers, nerd comedy venues, and hip hop comedy shows all across the USA. If Bert is performing in your club, it's a surefire sign that you are probably real awesome.
Jeremy Talamantes
Jeremy Talamantes
For over 2 years now Jeremy Talamantes has been living out his dreams of being a community college dropout and a stand-up comedian. Upon realizing that school was lame and comedy was awesome, Jeremy began writing jokes and performing them at any venue that would have him throughout the Bay Area. His jokes are riddled with wit, hilarity, and goofiness yet still manage to sneak in his views on the world. For this, he has garnered respect amongst audiences and fellow comedians along the West Coast of America. He has performed at venues such as Rooster T. Feathers in Sunnyvale and the Comedy Store in L.A and has opened up for Barry Sobel. More often than not his jokes are met with laughter and applause. People have even come up to him after his shows and said things like, “Hey man, that was really funny.”
Venue Information:
Doc's Lab
124 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, CA, 94133
http://www.docslabsf.com