Harmon Leon, Colin Mahan, & Kazumi Kusano: Who Killed Smile Time?
Oct 14th & 15th, Oct. 21st & 22rd
Two weekends only! Three of SF's most innovative comedy performers join forces comedic triple bill.
Here's the skinny on the performances:
Harmon Leon in Ironic/NOT Ironic
Award-winning San Francisco comedic performer Harmon Leon brings you his show about all things ironic and all things NOT ironic. Direct from this year's Edinburgh Festival in Scotland, take Harmon's hand as he examines all things ironic: ironic music, ironic T-shirts, ironic romances, ironic breakups, ironic chimps wearing people clothes.
Ironic/NOT Ironic features:
-Breakdancing Abe Lincoln!
- Factual proof that Benny Hill was a creepy rapist!!
-Ex-girlfriends of the past 5 years animated and singing!
In the end, you'll look at the entire world and contemplate whether it's ironic or NOT ironic.
Harmon Leon is the author of 6 books, including National Lampoon's Roadtrip USA. His writing can be found in the Huffington Post, Esquire, Playboy, and Salon. He has appeared on the Howard Stern Show, Last Call with Carson Daly, Penn & Teller's Bullshit, and Spike TV's 1000 Ways to Die. He's performed at the Montreal, Edinburgh, Vancouver, and Melbourne Comedy Festivals.
"Leon constantly tweaks us onto how amazingly anything or anything is ironic, or not ironic and manages to keep his audience in stitches of laughter" *****DB Magazine/Australia
"One funny motherf*cker!" Jimmy Kimmel
"Hilarious!" Howard Stern
"A comedy force to be reckoned with" -- *****Edinburgh List
Colin Mahan is Triforce Maiden in Too Many Wurdz: A Crock Opera in 1D
A world beyond imagination. An adventure beyond logic. A black comedy rock musical beyond comprehension.
The evil Sky Computer has enslaved mankind with promises that everyone can make $225/hr from the comfort of their own homes, no training necessary. It's up to Triforce Maiden (1982's Ex-Antihero of the Year) to lead a ragtag band of celebrity impressions on a karaoke odyssey to defeat the Sky Computer in this comedy + rock = crock opera.
*Too Many Wordz is the title of the show, not how you'll describe the show to co-workers the next day.
Born and raised in Japan, Kazumi was inspired as a child by Japanese comedians, The Drifters. In 1995, she began performing improvisational comedy in Tokyo. After she moved to the U.S., she created the sketch comedy duo, The Kazumi and Jane Comedy Hour, which performed in the Bay Area including a run of shows at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Kazumi has appeared in such projects as Ten Red Hen's Clown Bible, as well as commercials for the Japanese Consulate, Cache Creek Casino Resorts and YMCA. She performs stand-up comedy all over San Francisco, and you can catch her at venues such as Castagnola's and the Marsh in Berkeley.
EXIT Theater (View)
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco , CA 94102