Shows, press, viral videos, experiments in comedy

It’s been busy times over here at Laughter Against the Machine.

THIS week, on Thursday June 9, we’ll be at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center in Santa Cruz. Advance tickets here. That show was written-up in the weekly Good Times Santa Cruz.

Next week, on Monday June 13 our National Tour Workshop Show will be back home in San Francisco at Stagewerx Theatre featuring Nato Green, Janine Brito, Emily Heller, Chris Garcia, & Kevin Camia. Advance tix here. The SF Weekly previewed the show thusly. When the big guy kicks the little guy, we kick back, with jokes. That’s right!

And the FOLLOWING week on Thursday, June 23 we’ll be at the historic 142 Throckmorton Theatre, with W. Kamau Bell back in action. Advance tix here.

But that’s not all…

LATM is the recommended comedy show on The Leftivist, a travel guide in blog form for progressive visitors to San Francisco.

And to round it out, Nato Green’s bit from the February LATM shows at the New Parish on San Francisco’s anti-vagrant aka anti-freaky street people sit/lie law has been getting some attention. It was posted on the politics blog of the SF Bay Guardian, provoking a furious debate in the comments about totally unrelated stuff. It was quoted in the SF Chronicle in an unrelated article about pensions. And it was posted on the Reset San Francisco blog, which is the site of the Mayoral campaign of Phil Ting, current city Assessor and tax reform crusader. It’s weird to go viral among a very narrow demographic of people who care about San Francisco’s anti-homeless policies…

Here’s the bit:

Is that enough? No! More big news coming soon…


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