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Four comedians anchor the weekly stand-up show The Business, and theyre all extremely smart and funny. Alex Koll has dramatic hair on his face and...
Pay tribute to the late Patrick Swayze at this comical stage version of the 1980s teen romance blockbuster.
Hosts Jim Fourniadis, Mike Spiegelman, and Alexia Staniotes revisit Pierce Brosnan's second-to-last (and definitely second-rate) James Bond movie —...
Hosts Sherilyn Connelly (aka SF Weekly's film critic) and Jim Fourniadis lambaste popular movies whose quality ranges from so-so to seriously awful.
San Francisco comedy has always had a special place in the comedy industry across the nation. In recent years, the scene has spawned a crop of comedians to remember, as well as hosted the filming of f... More »
While it's hard to think of something more deserving of the term "heckle" than an entire audience masticating on giant burritos whilst a comedian tries to get through an act, that messy confluence of humorous performance and hand-held Mexican... More »
We never watched the The Fifth Element, in theaters or anywhere else. But we noticed the posters, to be sure. Milla Jovovich wearing nothing but an arrangement of bandages like she had been attacked by a very precise cat — praise be to God. Did... More »
There's nothing better than sending one of our own off to make it big in show biz. Native Bay Area comedian W. Kamau Bell is getting set to do just that, with the premiere of his new Chris Rock-prod... More »
When it comes to memorable movie lines, few can compare to The Princess Bride's "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." It's a phrase that immediately makes us nosta... More »
Produced by and featuring local comedy all-stars Sean Keane, Chris Garcia, Bucky Sinister, Alex Koll, Caitlin Gill, Chris Thayer, and guests, The Business at the Dark Room is one of the best showcases in the city. At just $5 a ticket (and two-for-one deals easily had with the print-and-cut-out "Business Dollars" on its website), it's a steal. The show packs the intimate Dark Room Theater every Wednesday, as new and returning fans munch on burritos from the nearby Taqueria Cancun and enjoy a... More »
Nobody going to the Dark Room is going to the theatah, meaning no one is pulling out nice snacks and preordering wine for intermission (and God help you if you must use the bathroom during a show). But co-owners Jim Fourniadis and Ty Mckenzie aren't out to lure the highbrow Union Square crowd: They just want their kids. The duo ushers in weird shows by the truckload, such as Impossible Productions' improbable episodes of Batman and The Twilight Zone, along with inspired versions of The... More »
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