Audible presents Fresh Voices of Stand-Up with Vince Caldera, Jeremiah Coughlan, Phil Griffiths, Natasha Muse
Event on 2017-01-28 19:30:00
Phil is a comedian in the Bay Area with dry, slightly off observations on fatherhood in the 21st Century. As far as mid-life crisis go, my wife stacks my career in stand up comedy as "better than a drug addiction but worse than him having a mistress." I was a finalist in the 2013 & 2014 Rooster T. Feathers New Talent Competition and recently performed in the 2014 Santa Cruz Comedy Festival.
Follow me @philofcomedy
Natasha Muse is the C3P0 of San Francisco comedy: she's been mistaken for a golden god but in reality she's a bumbling gay robot. SF Weekly declared her the "Funniest Tranny in SF." She's a member of the stand-up collective the Business; has been in such comedy festivals as the SF Sketchfest and Bridgetown; and is a regular at the SF Punchline, Cobb's Comedy Club and Doc's Lab.
Natasha's comedy is so good it's not even funny.
Jules Posner is like if the cool older kid who used to buy you beer ended up becoming a comedian instead of a meth dealer. The most relaxed man in California, Jules mixes laid-back observations, laid-back riffing and laid-back flannel shirts into an act that has won him constant bookings at every major comedy club in the Bay Area. He is one of those comics whose writing and delivery make standup seem like it's just a funny person talking off the top of their head. Reality isn't far behind the illusion; his riffing paces his written material in quality.
Jules has been featured on Jokes.com's No Drink Minimum and Rooftopcomedy.com's Road Trip on Hulu. He also performs regularly at SF Sketchfest, is a member of The Business, and was named "not a poser" by Skateboard Magazine's "are you a poser" quiz. When he's not doing comedy, Jules enjoys keeping it real.
JoAnn Schinderle hails from the upper Midwest and despite being a Portlander now, will probably never lose her "hot dish" accent. (Hot Dish ingredients include but are not limited to: Beef, noodles, cream of mushroom soup, tater tots, and an iron clad stomach).
JoAnn was recently a finalist in Portland's Funniest Person Contest 2015 and has performed across the country in such festivals as Bumbershoot, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Chicago Comedy Exposition, SF Sketchfest ('16,'15,'14), Hell Yes Fest, All Jane No Dick Comedy Festival ('13,'14), Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, as well as having won multiple rounds of Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction. Schinderle has been known to win crowds over with her pervy charm. JoAnn also had the honor of opening for Lena Dunham on her 'Not That Kind of Girl' book tour in a sold out show at Portland's Newmark Theatre.
As a working stand-up at Helium Comedy Club- Portland, her humor is relatable, snarky, and has a storytelling style that will make you feel like she's your best friend letting you in on a secret. Also trained as an improvisor through courses at Second City Training Center and Curious Comedy Theater, JoAnn creates big characters and will "yes and" the shit out of you. JoAnn has appeared on Rooftop Comedy, Fight Stigma Web Series, and is a contributing writer for Laugh Staff. She also hosts, curates, and produces a weekly showcase called Control Yourself: A Showcase of Funny, which has been featured as 'Top 5 Portland Comedy Showcases to Watch' 2years running by the Willamette Week. Control Yourself (which was also featured in Paste Magazine) runs every Sunday at Alberta Street Pub in NE Portland.
If you enjoy friendly banter you can follow JoAnn on twitter @joannlizabeth
Named SF Weekly Best of Award Winner for "Racial Humor You Don't Feel Guilty Laughing At" and one of the Bay Area's "Top 5 Comedians to Watch" by the San Jose Mercury News and Kaseem Bentley is an African American insult comic from San Francisco. Growing up with his 'hardcore class clown' father and mom that was like a tough Claire Huxtable Kaseem developed his no-holds-barred comedic style that made friends and co-workers always laugh. After years of procrastinating he finally tried stand up in 2006 and has been steadily making a name for himself in the Bay Area. Known as the "The funniest comic at the worst show" he works at the SF Punchline, Cobb's, Doc's Lab, countless bars and b rooms. He has also had the pleasure and honor of performing at The San Francisco Comedy & Burrito Festival as well as SF Sketchfest.
at Doc’s Lab
124 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, United States