2 very special guests will be showing up…
See you guys tonight.
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Thanks to everyone who came out and celebrated Snob Theater’s sold out 2 anniversary show. The comedians and musicians were delightful and the audience was fantastic. We couldn’t have asked for a better show.
Special thanks to Coree Spencer and Clare O’Kane for their assistance.
Stay tuned to May and come see us in Sacramento on May 16th.
You are cordially invited to the 2nd Anniversary of Snob Theater. This night of smart humor and brilliant music will be accompanied by Snob Theater alumni (and performers at our first show) Jules Posner and Natasha Muse; as well as the brilliant Brendan Lynch. In addition, the amazingly talented James Adomian (Comedy Bang Bang, Last Comic Standing) will grace the Snob Theater stage.
And of course our musical guests will include indie-pop duo Ramon & Jessica and the uplifting folk rock outfit Passenger & Pilot.
This is a rare chance to experience these artists in an intimate environment, in affect, seating is very limited.
Natasha Muse is pretty funny, for a comedian. She first climbed on stage about nine years ago when she began working at AsiaSF as “Ginger.” All her friends claimed she was much too shy to be a good performer, and the fact that they were kinda right didn’t stop her from trying it anyway, and sorta proving them all wrong.
Now she’s moved from lip-synching into stand-up
comedy, which is a pretty big leap, if you think about it. And since that leap she has created what some people refer to as a ‘buzz’ in the San Francisco comedy scene, which she’s just going to go ahead and take as a compliment.
Natasha has performed all over the Bay Area, including the Punchline, the Purple Onion, the Victoria Theater, the Dark Room, Castagnola’s and the Actors’ Theatre, where she produces and hosts “A Funny Night for Comedy” on the second Sunday of every month. Natasha is the winner of the 2010 Battle of the Bay competition, and is almost definitely at least the second-funniest transsexual you know.
Performing at Snob Theater’s One Year Anniversary Show with fellow comedians Will Franken, Jules Posner, and Mary Van Note with musical guests Il Gato and Sonny Pete.
snob theater is a small, all ages show offering intimate performances by musical artists and comedians. there are probably less than 50 seats in the club. otherwise, you can stand in the back by the bar. you must get there and claim your reservation no later than half an hour after the doors open (depending on the night, usually at either 7 or 7:30pm). door cover is $10, sometimes more if we have special guests. so buy tickets online.
if online tickets sell out, don’t despair. to snag a standing spot, line up before the show. once you’re in, the show doesn’t start till about an hour after doors open. music plays in the background; softly at first, so loud that you have a hard time hearing your friends as the night gets later. lights are dim, and they get darker as the evening progresses until you can barely see your feet. once the show starts, the announcer will demand rapt attention. no chatting allowed. cell phones - no way. this is not a hang out for your buddies with live music in the background. the artists get the full attention here, and it makes for a most wonderful music venue.
good luck! and rock on.
hosted by: shawn robbins
comedians: jules posner - http://www.facebook.com/julesposner
emily heller - http://www.rooftopcomedy.com/comics/EmilyHeller
natasha muse - http://natashamuse.com/
mary van note - http://www.maryvannote.com/
dave smallen - http://www.davesmallen.com/
birdmonster - http://birdmonstermusic.com/
Facebook Event Page.
Snob Theater has been featured in SF Sketchfest, Noise Pop Music Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and Yelp.com's Yelpin' La Vida Local. Also featured in SF Guardian, SF Weekly, 7x7, SF Station, Scoutmob, The Portland Mercury, Laugh Spin, RE: Comedy Magazine, The Bay Bridged, The Deli SF, Future Sounds, and Broke-Ass Stuart's Goddamn Website.
$1 off drink tickets will be provided for anyone willing to visit the nearby bars.
Doors open at 9:30pm
Show starts at 10pm
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"When I reluctantly performed on it a few months ago, I quickly realized the "Snobs" know what they're doing. I don't know how they know, but the show --- and the flow of show between musicians and comedians -- is Tony the Tiger quality grrrrrrrrrrrreat! It doesn't really matter who's on the show, it's just a cool mix. The whole is greater than the sum of it's blah blah blah. You get it. It's like Voltron."
- W. Kamau Bell, SF Weekly + The W. Kamau Bell Curve
"The Snob Theater showcase at The Hawthorne Theater (at Bridgetown Comedy Festival 2011 in Portland, OR) was pretty solid gold." - Alison Hallett, Portland Mercury
"Since the series started earlier this year, Snob Theater has featured darlings of the local music scene alongside equally feted local comedians."
- Michael Leaverton, SF Weekly
"Snob Theater is genius. It's a beautiful and truly awesome fusion of great comedy and great local music. I came out for Snob Theater a little while back and was beyond impressed. It was such a fun concept and housed in the Dark Room - it's got a ton of character."
- Jessica T., Yelp.com
"...deeply artistic and punk rock and felini like. I'll remember it for sures." - Michael Musika