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Muni Diaries Live Apr 6 2019

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The Rickshaw Stop

155 Fell St

San Francisco, CA 94102

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Everyone has a Muni story, and Muni Diaries Live is where we blow up the party talk. Where else can you find strangers yelling, "Back door!" to help you get off the bus, and who else could help catch the Muni Humper? We're bringing our show to the Rickshaw Stop, where you'll hear true and hilarious only-in-SF stories, plus the return of the Muni Haiku Battle where our reigning champion will defend her title. Join us in celebrating all the hilarity, delight, and weirdness that happens on public transit in San Francisco.

A sneak peek of our lineup:

Alexandria Love is a stand-up comedian, podcaster, and writer from Oakland, Calif. She's performed at some of the best venues in California, including Tommy T's, The San Jose Improv, and Cobb's Comedy Club. For two years she ran a successful podcast called "Here's Why That's Funny," which celebrated its final episode in March 2017. You can find some of Alexandria's writings on hereswhythatsfunny.com.

Kathleen Auterio was born in Boston but has called San Francisco home for 19 years. She is a heavy metal and horror movie fanatic in a constant battle with gravity and reality. She was born with several health issues and is expecting to grow a tail from all the experimental drugs she’s taken. When not disregarding medical advice to travel thousand of miles to see a concert, she plays and records with her own band, Beast of England. She's recently told her stories from serious to absurd at The Moth GrandSlam, Risk! Live show and Podcast, Porchlight, Fireside, Spokespeople, Bawdy Storytelling, and more.

Kurt M. Schwartzmann is an artist, printmaker, and photographer. In 2006 he lost all vision in his left eye due to complications of AIDS. He draws en plein air and his limited vision gives him a unique ability to focus in on his subjects and their surroundings, while blocking out external influences. His preferred drawing format is tall and narrow, 3 1/2 " x 16 1/2”, because each drawing shows a slice of life as he sees it. You can see his exhibit, Yellow Line - A Tribute to SF MUNI Operators, at The Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired (1155 Market Street) through May, 2019.

Ned Buskirk is the founder of You’re Going to Die, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that brings diverse communities creatively into the conversation of death and dying. He believes that we, as community, desperately need the spaces, online and off, to gather and grieve, to suffer the losses we’ve endured or stand to lose eventually, to be with one another in this often unspoken truth that we all share: We are all going to die.

Sureni Weerasekera is a Sri Lankan-born, San Diego-raised, & San Francisco-based stand up comedian, actor and writer. Currently suffering a college sentence at UC Berkeley by her immigrant parents, she combines her puppy-like heart with the void where her soul should be, to write captivating material. Starting at just seventeen, she has garnered considerable respect in San Diego and the Bay Area for her lighthearted, conversational banter to her ruthless, dark jabs that shed light on cultural dilemmas in a palatable, enticing way.

And more to come!

Stay tuned for our announcement of the full lineup. We're excited to open 2019 in our new venue, the Rickshaw Stop, so grab a ticket and we'll see you on April 6!

Muni Diaries Live

Saturday, April. 6, 2019

Doors: 5:30 p.m.
Show: 6:30 p.m.

The Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell Street, San Francisco

Take Muni there: 21, 47, 49, F, J, K, L, M, N, T. Or take BART: Civic Center Station.

Photo credit: Right Angle Images

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