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Laugh Out the Vote Political Comedy Showcase & Benefit
Date Tuesday May 30
Time 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location Details
Laugh Out the Vote
Tuesday, May 30th 2006 8pm at
Brava Theater Center
2781 24th St at York St., San Francisco, CA 94110
Event Type Fundraiser
Organizer/AuthorNato Green
Join the League of Young Voters at our first LAUGH OUT THE VOTE stand-up comedy benefit.

Laugh Out the Vote
Tuesday, May 30th 2006 8pm at
Brava Theater Center

Get ready to laugh until you cry all over your Timbuk bag and your foxy American Apparel "Impeach Bush" baby tee at this special showcase of some of Northern California's finest progressive stand-up comedians:

Will Durst, one of the most respected political comics in America, heard mornings on The Quake 960AM. .
Johnny Steele, at , is a past winner of the SF International Comedy Competition, a former host on Live 105, and has been a Northern California comedic powerhouse for years.
W. Kamau Bell, who opens regularly for Dave Chappelle and has been seen on Comedy Central's Premium Blend, is one half of the comedy/movie review duo Siskel & Negro from Live 105's Morning Show. More at .
Ali Wong is the force behind such successful comedy shows as Rice & Beans and Hustle & Pho, and a rising star in the local comedy scene. .
Samantha Chanse moved to SF from New York in 2001 and has been bitching about the weather ever since. She's performed all over the Bay Area at such venues as the Punchline, Purple Onion, Kimball's East, and Locus Arts.
Nato Green, Host of LOTV and founder of a new institution in the SF comedy scene, profiled in The Chronicle's 96 Hours , Nato Green's Iron Comic.

All proceeds will support the League of Young Voters in their efforts to get the youth of San Francisco out to vote this June 6, 2006.

All proceeds will support the League of Young Voters and their efforts to get out the youth vote in San Francisco for the June 6 primary election. There are some important measures on te ballot such a Universal Pre-school for Californians (Prop 82) and a local San Francisco homicide prevention bill (Prop A).

This event is wheelchair accessible.

Advance tickets available online at Advance tix will be held until 10 minutes before showtime.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday May 9th, 2006 9:28 PM

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