Harmon Leon & Colin Mahan: Solo Show Double Feature
Two of San Francisco's most innovative comedic performers join forces for one weekend only:
Harmon Leon in Ironic/NOT Ironic
Come see Harmon's new show that will be appearing next month at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland. A multimedia assault on the senses, take Harmon's hand as his show, Ironic/NOT Ironic, examines the incongruity between the intended meaning of things and the real, actual meaning of things. (I know it sounds hilarious!)
-Breakdancing Abe Lincoln!
-Ex-girlfriends' emails read through a Stephan Hawking's voice modulator!
- Factual proof that Benny Hill was a creepy rapist!!
-Renown Scottish poet William Topez MacGongal!
Harmon Leon 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. You can read his writing on the Huffington Post, SF Gate, and Penthouse.
"One funny motherf*cker!" Jimmy Kimmel
"Hilarious!" Howard Stern
"A comedy force to be reckoned with" -- *****Edinburgh List
"Leon constantly tweaks us onto how amazingly anything or anything is ironic, or not ironic and managing to keep his audience in stitches of laughter" *****DB Magazine/Australia
Colin Mahan in Too Many Wordz: A Crock Opera in 1D*
World-obscure SF comic Colin Mahan rechurns with this high energy comedic one man show that sends up 80s sci-fi movies, rock musicals, and high energy comedic one man shows.
The evil Sky Computer has enslaved humanity by promising that everyone will make $225/hr from the comfort of their own homes, no training necessary. Ex-antihero Triforce Maiden must lead a ragtag band of celebrity impressions on an intergalactic song parody 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.
Colin Mahan has appeared on MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, Spike TV and other channels in the DirectTV mid-level bundle. He's appeared in several shelved sketch comedy pilots, and was almost hired as a cast member for SNL. Don't get him started talking about that, he gets really maudlin. He's performed in every SF Sketchfest and in the Vancouver Comedy Festival, and was a founding member of SF sketch group Fresh Robots.
"The Radiohead of comedy!" - slightly well-known comic
"A highly marketable piece of talent!" - LA talent manager
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