“Things We Made” is a comedy show that presents a salad of wit, characters, videos, illustrations, movement and music. It’s an atmosphere to share unconventional and often brilliant creations. Patrick Bulger and Jesse Fernandez host this monthly conduit of San Francisco’s original and delectable humor.
"Things We Made" was featured in the 2008 and 2009 San Francisco Sketchfests, The 2009 Sacramento AllSketch Festival, was runner-up in the 2009 National College Funny Film Competition, and its performers have been seen in The Boston Comedy Competition, Comedy Central's "Open Mic Fights," Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham," The San Francisco International Comedy Competition, The US Air Guitar National Championship, and Montreal's "Just for Laughs" comedy festival.
When: 10:00pm, 11/21/09
What: A comedy show called "Things We Made"
Who: Rachel McDowell, Brad Meyers, Joey Devine, plus the Things We Made Cast!
Where: The Dark Room Theater on 2263 Mission Street (between 18th and 19th), San Francisco, CA 94110
For more info: 415-401-7987, www.thingswemade.com , www.darkroomsf.com , email@example.com
This month’s guests:
RANDY LIEDTKE will be Skyping in from his home in LA. Randy Just finished up with the Pabst Blue Ribbon Comedy Tour, he’s been on Comedy Central’s “Open Mic Fights,” and G4 a number of times (mostly as a shirtless fat guy), and he was a finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition.
RACHEL MCDOWELL is a Pittsburgh Pennsylvania native and a regular at the Pittsburgh Improv. She has performed in states all over America. Rachel shares her unique and adorable perspectives on culture, relationships, and laughing in a way that both sexes and all ages enjoy.
BRAD MEYERS came up with the idea of turning 7elevens into Kwik-E-Marts to promote The Simpsons Movie. Seriously, he actually orchestrated a bunch of 7elevens being turned into Kwik-E-Marts in preparation for the movie. He’s a hilarious guy, and a good friend of ours.
JOEY DEVINE is star of the San Francisco-based, weekly late night talk show “Joey Devine: After Dark,” and it really is amazing. Probably a big contributor to the show’s success is the fact that you can’t not like Joey. There’s something in his very being or some aura he emits that makes it impossible to not find him adorable. As a Semi-finalist in the Bay Area Laugh leader competition, he’s no slouch in comedy either. We love him.