San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Caitlin Gill (The Business) A performer at the Outside Lands Festival in 2012, Caitlin has been in SF Sketchfest every year since 2007, performed in the Vancouver Global Comedy Fest, was host of the 2009 SF Women’s Comedy Competition and The Ladies Room Open Mic and Showcase. Her comedy style twists her personal experiences into comedy confessions that will leave you red in the face, probably from laughter.
Sean Keane (The Business) Sean is a founding member of “The Business,” a weekly comedy showcase that was named “Best of SF” by multiple publications. He has performed at SF Sketchfest and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. The San Jose Mercury News named him one of their Top Five Comics To Watch.
David Gborie (Sylvan Productions) David is a member of Sylvan Productions, named "Best Comedy Troupe" by the SF Weekly for 2013. He's performed at The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Indie Fest, and Denver’s Too Much Funstival, as well as the Punchline, The Denver Comedy Works, and other impressive venues.
Andrew Holmgren (Sylvan Productions) Andrew is a sharp-shooting merrymaker, hardboiled in the San Francisco Bay, that finds utmost joy in speaking with frank sarcasm and idyllic crassness. A budding star, he has performed at the San Francisco Punchline, Noise Pop Festival.
Feel Woods (#HellaFunny) An Oakland-based stand up comedian with high energy Feel's comedy style is extremely autobiographical. He has opened for Paul Mooney and this show will be his debut performing at Cobbs Comedy Club.
Stroy Moyd (#HellaFunny) The founder of #HellaFunny comedy troupe, Stroy Moyd is a three-time winner of the Fresh Faces Comedy Competition at the Hollywood Laugh Factory and has performed at both the SF SketchFest and Michigan's LaughFest. Stroy's unique voice and brilliant blend of self deprecation, story telling and celebrity roasting earned him opening gigs for Dave Chappelle, Daniel Tosh, and Sarah Silverman.
Bryce Benson Bryce Benson delivers the raw and taboo on a low-key plate of charm As host of the wildly fun and successful weekly open mic at La Rocca’s and monthly showcase at the Black Horse, his place in the San Francisco comedy scene is akin to still-drying cement.
HOST: Chris Riggins From producing unique shows such as the Outdoor Comedy Club in Oakland (at First Fridays), opening for Dave Chappelle his first time on stage, Chris Riggins has a unique hilarious take on this struggles in growing up in the Bay Area.