San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Five solo performers strutt their stuff. They're funny, they're powerful, they're moving. They're not to be missed.
Leah Pearlman, "The Good Girls Guide to Getting it Right."
Allan Gomez, "I Hate Pretentious Art"
Robert Bostick, "How to Wake Up in 15 Minutes or Less"
John Dumitru, "The Superior Man"
Sarah Elovich, "Zing, Zing"
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Voted "Best Comedian", SF Weekly Readers' Poll, Alicia Dattner coaches people who want to do standup comedy, comic monologue, storytelling, and solo performance.
She has performed standup comedy for over 15 years, from New York to London to San Francisco to Bombay to Hollywood, sharing the stage with such notables as Maria Bamford, Bill Santiago, Arj Barker, & W. Kamau Bell. She's performed at clubs like Cobb's Comedy Club, The Punch Line, The Improv, and Gotham Comedy Club and now plays mostly theaters.
Her solo show, Eat, Pray Laugh! toured the world and won a slew of awards, including "Best Storyteller" in the Off-Broadway NY United Solo Festival.
Her newest solo show, The Oy of Sex recently played a 3-month run, 3 nights a week at The Marsh in San Francisco. She created The [Totally Irreverent] Spiritual Comedy Festival, an online event bringing spiritual teachers and comedians together to share what's funny and beautiful about being human, featuring luminaries like Wavy Gravy, Moshe Waldoks, Nadia Bolz-Weber, and Craig Shoemaker.
Alicia is also a trained life coach, through the Transformational Course Leader Training/The Circling Institute (Guy Sengstock & Alexis Shepard) and is also a graduate of The Arete Experience, Authentic World/The Authentic Woman Experience courses, and The Spirit of Life Institute. She is a certified laughter yoga leader and has been a member of the professional Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor and the Creativity Coaching Association. She incorporates into her work Circling, The Sedona Method, EFT, guided journey work, NLP, and Diamond Heart Approach-inspired essence work.