The Bay Area’s best comics discuss the times they were cowards, the eternal struggle of standing up for yourself, and the art of giving in. BUT THIS MONTH DEF THE ART OF RESISTING CAUSE WTF HAPPENED THIS LAST WEEK? aka this is a "Still Decompressing" themed edition of our show. Located in the heart of the Mission, Resistance is Futile is proud to call Rite Spot Café home. A bastion for artists, with a full bar and great food, Rite Spot Cafe provides the quintessential nightlife experience for locals and visitors alike.
PLEASE NOTE!: ALL PROFITS WILL GO TO THE ACLU & to a direct-services women's clinic in Wichita, Kansas to honor our headliner and Kansas native and overall chill white male feminist: Jesse Hett (it's the Trust Women South Wind Women's Center with locations in Wichita and Oklahoma City, two very at-risk places in 2017).
ALSO RAFFLING OFF A GOODIE BAG FROM GOOD VIBES TO DONATE TO THESE CAUSES. Thank you Good Vibrations for your donation.
NOVEMBER show features:
Nathan Habib (SF Punchline)
Leslie Small (Milkin' It, Savage Henry Comedy Fest, has been training for a Walking Dead-esque world her whole life)
Bridget Schwartz (Cobb's Comedy Club)
Charles Hoffa Kelly (Past Opener for Paul Mooney)
Jesse Hett (SF Sketchfest)
Liz Stone (Real Funny Comedians Who Happen To Be Women)
Nicole Calasich (ABCd, Cobb's)
We collect tips at the end instead of charging for tickets, so bring cash!
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS:
LIZ STONE: Liz Stone is a corporate attorney who spent one too many weekends in the office and nearly hung herself on a rope fashioned from financial documents. Fortunately Liz discovered stand up comedy as a balance to the corporate grind and has been entertaining audiences with her unique perspective ever since. She co-produces two shows in San Francisco and also performs in very small towns throughout the country. You can follow her on twitter and instagram @lizstonecomedy.
NICOLE CALASICH: Nicole Calasich is a Bolivian-American comedian, producer, and generally a winner. Based in San Francisco, she performs regularly at major clubs and intimate rooms, including the SF Punchline, Cobb’s, and Doc’s Lab. Her humor is big words smartcool and her penchant for incisive audience rapport is the dumbest. She’s performed all over the country and opened for Dan Cummins, Ali Wong, Adam Newman, and features for Iliza Shlesinger. When her Twitter account is not being featured on Comedy Central, she produces four monthly shows in the Bay Area: Attractive Camp, Brave New Jokes, Jokelandish and Resistance is Futile. These are top-drawer comedy events, sure, but are also humble offerings to the great and powerful Xenu. Nicole is available for bookings until Tom Cruise says otherwise.
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