Porchlight: A Storytelling Series
That's it. Never again. Not even. Try me. Enough already. Come and join us for an evening of stories about quitting, stopping, letting go, and giving in.
KFOG's Peter Finch
Comedian Emily Heller
Artist Vero Majano
Rock scene survivor Bob Nozawa
Meatman Scott Vermeire
Peter Finch is the morning newsguy at K-FOG radio. He is also an actor, playwright, and horse racing enthusiast.
Emily Heller is a stand up comic and writer based in San Francisco. She has performed stand-up all over the country and is a regular at the San Francisco Punch Line. Festivals include Bridgetown Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest (2009-2011), and the Sacramento All-Sketch Festival. She has performed with comics such as Seth Meyers, Hannibal Buress, the Sklar Brothers,Tig Notaro, Natasha Leggero, John Mulaney, Fred Armisen, and more. She placed 2nd in the 2009 Bay Area Laugh Leader Competition and the 2009 SF Womenâs Comedy Competition. She likes you, kind of a lot, even if her face tells a different story.
Vero Majano was born and raised in San Francisco's Mission district. She was a resident at the Djerassi Resident Artist program and has received grants from the Rockefeller Foundation Media Fellowship, the Puffin Foundation, and the Free History Project. Majano is a cofounder of Mission Media Archives, which collects and preserves audio and films shot in the Mission during the 1970s and 80s.
Bob Nozawa works well with others, a real team player... He would be an asset to any company who hired him... for about two weeks... and then all the green highlighters would go missing, vague rambling post-it notes of a subtle, yet undeniable sexual nature would start turning up on the CEO's private bathroom door and a previously unwritten and commonly understood dress code will be forced to address the topic of 'accidentally' torn pants, specifying that appropriate undergarments must be worn at all times... Bob Nozawa knows a lot of people and is now of an age where he has forgotten many of them... Bob Nozawa has a job in a hospital and sometimes cries in the bathroom Bob Nozawa would like to make you happy, but not for too long Bob Nozawa played in The Hot Corn Girls and The Ass Baboons of Venus, paints and keeps a journal.
By day, Scott Vermeire sells meat for a local sustainable meat company. He spends his nights and free time as a performer acting like a weirdo all over town. Scott has performed at many Bay Area art spaces including Southern Exposure, Intersection for the Arts, and the Berkeley Art Museum. Telling a story at The Porchlight is something he has had on his Oprah Winfrey Vision Board for months.
DOORS OPEN AT 7PM
SHOW BEGINS AT 8
2424 Mariposa St.
San Francisco, CA 94703
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|