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This is all just cut and past from SF Funcheap because I’m too busy to be clever. It does sound pretty awesome:

San Francisco’s funniest degenerates pay their debts to society with a night of comedy and behind-the-scenes stories of their crimes and how they got caught.

Set in the heart of Chinatown, the Great Star (built in 1925) has all the quirks and charms of an underground comedy theater. The main difference? The caliber of the talent. These comics have performed at Cobb’s, the Punch Line, Comedy Day and SF Sketchfest. 

Featuring (Both Shows: 7:30pm & 10pm):

  • Hannibal Thompson: (Possession / Cobb’s Comedy Club – Tours Internationally)
  • Chris John (Multiple D.U.I.’s / SF Sketchfest)
  • Stefani Silverman (Defense Attorney / Comedy Day – Cobb’s)
  • Daniel Bernahicks: (Stole 4-Pack of Red Bull / Punch Line Comedy Club)
  • Mario Hodge: (Assault / Opened for Charlie Murphy and Tony Roberts)
  • Brand new sets from #HellaFunny rising stars Dirty Mike, Chey Bell, Feel Woods, and Tim Young.
  • Host Tony Sparks (The Godfather of San Francisco Comedy)

Comedians with Criminal Records
Saturday, April 18, 2015 (Two shows: 7:30 pm; 10 pm)
Great Star Theater, 636 Jackson at Kearny, SF
$5 early bird ; $15 at the door per show / 21+

Pre-show Motown jams with DJ Sophomore

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