Everyone loves a great comedian, especially when they know how to cradle the delicate balance of insight and silliness, and there are fewer things in life more enjoyable than watching a group of great comedians gather to riff in-the-moment insults directed at each other.
Wheel of Karaoke West is the only show in San Francisco that involves comedians who sing, tell jokes, and give each other plenty of love taps in the process. In this new edition of the hit show "Wheel of Karaoke", a new panel of comedians is assembled each month to practice slinging wisecracks both at the audience and each other, all the while remembering why they never cut it as a lead singer in their high school punk band. The format works as follows: each comedian takes a turn to tell their best jokes, then sings a karaoke song while performing a challenge selected by the "Wheel of Fate". These challenges range from the frustrating, such as singing while upside down, to the absurd, like calling the would-be pop-star's parents. After all is said and sung, the comedy panel calls forth their weapons of blunt honesty and sardonic wit to make fun of each other, while the audience grabs a drink from the bar, sits back, and lets the bellyaching begin.
Our August 18th show features the following singing comedians:
Josef Anolin (SF Punch Line, SF Sketchfest)
Joey Devine (SF Punch Line, SF Sketchfest)
Allison Mick (SF Sketchfest, Cynic Cave)
Andrew Orolfo (SJ Improv)
Molly Sanchez (Writer for Bold Italic, Thrillest, and Liquid Bread)
and your host Brandon Garner (Wheel of Karaoke, Redwood Comedy Festival)
Lost Weekend Video is the only venue in San Francisco with a basement dedicated to comedy underneath a video store. Located in the popular Mission District, Lost Weekend Video has been a stage for world-famous comedians for years, and is the hub of alternative comedy in San Francisco.