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Moonlighting SF in February with Comedy, Beatboxing Celloist, A Cappella & Burlesque!

Moonlighting SF, A Variety Show with a Happy Ending

Thursday, February 27, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)

Moonlighting SF in February with Comedy, Beatboxing...

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Moonlighting SF
$10.00 advance / $15.00 door.
One drink minimum.
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Hi friends,

Please join us for an outrageous, live variety show celebrating the spirit of San Francisco art and culture. Hosted by Sean Keane, and with DJ JOill on the tables, Moonlighting SF is bringing back the funny and feel-good variety show while adding a twist of modern edge, wit, and, glamour.  Gather some loved ones and come early to PREHEAT with us! 

     7 - 8:  PREHEAT with JOill
     8 - 9:15:  Moonlighting SF

With love,



Your host, Sean Keane (Top 5 Comics to Watch)

Sean Keane is a writer and comic from San Francisco, a former editor of UC Berkeley’s humor magazine, and and a founder of "The Business," a weekly comedy showcase that was named "Best of SF" my multiple publications. He has performed at SF Sketchfest and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and regularly produces a series of standup-and-video showcases, including "Sean In 60 Seconds," "The Seanshank Redemption," and "Keane Wolf." Rooftop Comedyawarded him the Silver Nail Award for emerging comedians, and the San Jose Mercury News named him one of their Top Five Comics To Watch.


Your DJ, JOill (PREHEAT with JOill)

JOill Detroi-bred, has been calling San Francisco his home since 2001.  His name is a combination of the classic American name, "Jo", combined with his Korean roots & middle name,"ill."

JOill has been performing musically since 1986.  His background & training in Detroit in his early ages as a jazz saxophonist was a great platform for him to grasp the electronic side of music. Growing up by both Detroit & Chicago, these concrete-jungle-like classrooms gave him access to many styles of music early on such as Motown, Blues, Jazz, Rock & Roll, Hip Hop & of course, his main choice as a DJ, Electronic Dance Music. To try & classify him would do no good. His electrifying style of music combines elements of deep, tech, progressive, breaks, booty & soulful house that result in an infectious groove. JOill has been known to move dance floors around the globe.  Not only has he performed at prestigious clubs, parties & festivals around the U.S., he has & still is working internationally as well.  You can find JOill gracing the historical stages of France & Bulgaria, the tropical paradises of Brazil & the fairy-dusted deserts of Burning Man, to name just a few.


Just the Tip by Wells Day

Wells Day has appeal. He’s always 30 minutes from anywhere, the life of the pre-party, and the guy who always has something to say about something. He quips, imbibes, torts and retorts. Wells hails from nowhere in particular and grew to a very large stature at the early age of around that time. His idea of a perfect Thursday afternoon is sipping Suntory to the sounds of Patrick Swayze crooning about a woman riding the wind.

“Just the Tip” is a permanent fixture in “Moonlighting SF” and offers Wells a platform for irreverent discourse on the mayhem that ensues in this liberal bastion by the bay.

You know that old adage, “Alls Wells that ends Wells, with Just the Tip.” Never full insertion.


CelloJoe (Classical Hip Hop)

Joey Chang aka CelloJoe is an anomaly in the world of cellists. By combining cello with beatboxing, he has created a unique genre: Classical Hip Hop. 

CelloJoe records live on stage with a loop pedal and produces intricate tapestries of harmony, melody, and rhythm. His beatboxing (vocal percussion) and funky cello grooves form a rich soundscape for intelligent lyrics and his music spreads love, joy, laughter and conscious vibrations. 

By beatboxing, throatsinging, singing, plucking and bowing the cello, CelloJoe can mimic many styles of music from dubstep to folk to rock to classical to hip hop.

CelloJoe is the world's first long distance musical bike touring cellist. He has ridden his bike over 10,000 miles in the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Australia.


The Loosies (All-female A Cappella)

We're the Loose Interpretations! We are an all-female a cappella group based in San Francisco that's been performing all over the Bay Area since 2004. We mostly sing arrangements of pop covers, though our repertoire spans several decades and musical genres...from Gershwin to Annie Lennox, Simon & Garfunkel to Madonna, Stevie Wonder to The Postal Service, and even a little Bon Jovi. (Yep, Bon Jovi. May he forgive us.)


Caitlin Gill (7x7's 7 Comics Rocking the Local Scene, Nationally Touring)

Caitlin has performed on the Oddball Comedy Tour, the Outside Lands Festival, SF Sketchfest, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Vancouver Global Comedy Fest and in some of the best comedy clubs in the nation. Her writing has been featured in a Believer Magazine project for 826LA. She has worked with some of the best talent in the industry, including Robin Williams, Bobcat Goldthwait, Hannibal Burress, Kyle Kinane, Marc Maron, Eric Andre, Nick Kroll, Todd Barry, Doug Benson, Arj Barker, Tony Camin, Tig Notaro and too many other names to drop here. 7x7 Magazine featured her as one of the 7 Comics Rocking the Local Scene, and she was voted Best Comedian in the East Bay Express “Best Of” Edition in 2013.  You can also hear her on podcasts like Put Your Hands Together and Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction.



Ariyana La Fey

As a child, Ariyana wanted to run away to join the circus after a particularly thrilling visit to a proper, old-fashioned 3 ring circus in a tent. Today, When she's not tempting audiences with a sultry striptease or an elegant fan dance, you can find Ariyana playing in the air above your head on the aerial tissu or lyra, or clowning around with the likes of Fou Fou Ha. Her penchant for different characters and themes means you might also not recognize Ariyana from one show to the next, despite her signature impish smile. A native Californian, Ariyana has traveled the world, performing in Berlin, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles (to name a few), but she always returns home to her beloved California coastline.

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When & Where

50 Mason Social House
50 Mason St
San Francisco, CA 94102

Thursday, February 27, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)

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Moonlighting SF, A Variety Show with a Happy Ending

Moonlighting SF is an antidote for the soul, a medicine created to instigate fun and feelgoodness. Moonlighting SF is a live variety show bringing you an outrageously hilarious and uplifting night out in San Francisco. Home of the :60 Dance Party and Just the Tip by Wells Day, Moonlighting SF is bringing back the fun and feelgood variety show while adding a twist of modern edge, wit, and glamour. Performances have included singing, dancing, comedy, belly dancing, beatboxing, burlesque, readings, cooking demonstrations, and more!

PREHEAT at 7, Moonlighting SF at 8.

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