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Ham Pants Productions has a lot of friends. Friends with talents you've only begun to discover. Friends that Ham Pants Productions would like to present to you, if you'll only come to Stage Werx Theatre and pay us $10 so we'll let you inside.
Ham Pants Productions Presents! will be … presenting:
The SEXY DANCING of THE SPARKLEPONIES!
The DIRTY SONGS of JOHN FLAW and PRINCESS CREAM PIE!
PSYCHOTIC LOVE POETRY!
3rd Tuesday of the Month
Come see Ham Pants Productions Presents! provide shouting and excitement in all its forms for the low price of just $10!
What is Ham Pants Productions Presents!? Just a little sketch comedy, singing, dancing, and general chicanery from San Francisco's best best-kept theatrical secret!
Tuesday May 21, 2013 8pm $10
NEXT SHOW TBA - STAY TUNED
There is only one name synonymous with cosmic horror: H.P. Lovecraft. There are only a few dudes who know how to read and are willing to do it in front of a live audience ... uncloaked. Without a stitch. Au Naturel.
Thursday June 13,20
Friday June 14, 21
Saturday June 15, 22
All tickets are $13 and will be available at the door and online.
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99 Stock is a recent recipient of the 2012 International Fringe Festival of New York City’s Award of Excellence for Overall Production for their production of Anthony Neilson’s ’Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness!’ at the historic Cherry Lane Theatre in Manhattan, N.Y.
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An awesome mix of every aspect of comedy. We make every show brand new. New sketches, videos and stand up comics. Its never the same typical show. We want you to come watch our show every month. There is no show at all like this in the Bay Area. Come out and immerse yourself into everything comedy.
Every 4th Wednesday of the Month
May 22, 2013 8pm
The Picklewater Clown Cabaret
MONDAY June 3, 8pm
The award winning physical comedians of the Picklewater Clown Cabaret return this October with an original variety arts show in celebration of and to benefit a San Francisco circus icon, Miss Paoli Lacy. Acclaimed local director and master clown, Jeff Raz, star of Cirque du Soleil's Corteo and the Pickle Family Circus, directs the production.
Hosted by the San Francisco's own Pi the Physical Comedy Troupe, the Picklewater Clown Cabaret is performed by a broad spectrum of local and international professional circus artists, young circus students, comedians, clowns and merry makers of all stripes.
The Clown Picklewater Cabaret is produced by Picklewater Indiustries and the Clown Conservatory at San Francisco Circus Center, the Picklewater Clown Cabaret brings the world of circus to the San Francisco's Mission District every month.
Appearing one Monday of every month (usually the first Monday)
One woman's search for love is thwarted at every turn by her mangy cat who runs off her suitors with his innate ability to disgust and torment . In her frantic quest Serenity turns desperately to internet dating, self-help books, and fistfuls of allergy meds, until finally she is forced to take drastic measures…
All set to hilarious original songs that will become lodged in your psyche and haunt you for weeks.
Thursdays Fridays Saturdays and Sunday Matinee
October 13-November 10
SF Weekly -- Michael Leaverton
Steffanos commands the stage, crooning manfully to the audience, totally at ease and completely in charge while wearing a cat suit…Then there are the fine songs, which are "musical" to be sure (and distinctly Grease-like at times), but tweaked by an atmospheric guitar doling out a somber, Wild at Heart, speeding-through-Texas-at-midnight spookiness, with a few surprising echoes of Nick Cave…Lovesick, a comedy about a love-starved woman, is a welcome treat from a novelist slumming between books, and surely the best cat musical you'll ever come across in the Mission.
"Mom Spilled Guts on My Taters"
Please don't start Mom! It's bad enough sitting in a smorgasbord, eating taters. Hope people aren't staring. How can I get her to stop? Oh no, I can't believe mom's going there!
"Everything is Subject to Change"
Within a few months I lost a baby, my hard won gay marriage, my chance to ever get pregnant again, my grandmother, my home and my sense of reality. I had been on the road or living out of a carry on for a year and a half. I needed something familiar and something stable. I needed a home. It couldn't get any harder or more bizarre right? Then I found out it could.
"'Who's the Faggot?!' My One-Man Quiz Show"
Why am I hiding behind my bed with a girlfriend in the closetagain? When is it OKto hit a woman? How do I create "shock and awe" on a MUNI bus?Am I gayam I sureshouldn't I double-check?And why am I soobsessed with all of this? If I can just give the right answersoh, WTF! Relax, it's just a game. Right? [cue the announcer] "Guy, tell him what he's won.
"Cheesecake & Demerol"
What does a woman do when her husband just can't make time for the vasectomy he promised to get? And it's the 1950's. And she lives in the South. And she already has four children under the age of seven. Gene found a distraction that both she and her husband enjoyed. Dance lessons, oh and also oral sex.
S O L O S U N D A Y S
Hilarious, Heartbreaking & Provocative Solo Performances
Solo Sundays, S.F.'s premier monthly showcase, presents select samplings of veteran virtuosos and top emerging talent in the intimate StageWerx theater in the Mission District. Beyond stand-up and storytelling, solo theater creates casts of thousands - plus special effects - all bursting from a single performer. The results are hilarious and heartbreaking, passionate and provocative, ablaze with personal visions.
W. Kamau Bell is the co-founded and facilitated of the
Solo Performance Workshop. You may be familiar with his name. His solo show, “The W. Kamau Bell Curve” was a critical and popular success this past year in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley and most recently at the Comedy Central Stage in LA. He was honored by the SF Weekly as the 2008 Comedian of the Year. Which is likely the reason that the plays created in SPW deliver a very funny and personal perspective on stories that often contain serous outcomes.
SOLO SUNDAYS is being programmed by Bruce Pachtman,
the co-founder of the Solo Performance Workshop as well
as the writer/actor of “don’t make me look too psychotic”,
the acclaimed solo show that ran for a combined100 weeks in
San Francisco, Philadelphia and LA.
We’re thrilled to announce that SOLO SUNDAYS is being produced at one of San Francisco’s finest venues for solo performance, StageWerx, an intimate 50 seat theater directed by Ty and Cory McKenzie, a theater iconoclast with a history of presenting anything from rock operas to scary movies to improv comedy to staged readings to circus arts.
Please join us for what we’re certain will be one of the best shows in town.
Fourth Sunday of each month
(except when holidays force us to choose another weekend)