With two Sacamentans on the bill (even though they're describing us as bay area comics?) I thought it would be great fun to get a convoy going, meet up somewhere nearby (there's a great pizza place) for pre-show eats and make a grand field trip of it. Note; it is a weeknight unfortunately, but you can call in sick the next day. It's for a good cause.
The Punch Line presents Ha Ha Heathens, a stand-up comedy show featuring some of the Bay Area's funniest atheists. San Francisco radio and stand-up legend Johnny Steele, Keith Lowell Jensen and John Ross of the Coexist? Comedy Tour, and Indian Jewish atheist comedian Samson Koletkar offer up smart and hilarious comedy.
An all atheist comedy show. You probably won't be struck by lightning if you attend. You definitely won't be made to sing, kneel, pray or tithe as this godless batch of funny folks serve up sacred cow, well done. People of all faiths are welcome and, so long as they bring their senses of humor, sure to have a good time.
Popular TV and Radio personality, Steele is a bay area legend. He has been performing comedy since the early eighties, worked the morning shift on Live 105 and hosted "The Show", on KRON/Bay TV. Be aware: An audience full of atheists will not get a free pass from this scathing social critic's razor sharp wit.
Keith Lowell Jensen
The atheist representative on the popular Coexist? Comedy Tour and a recent guest on Lopez Tonight, Jensen is perhaps best known as the panhandling expert on Spike TV's Manswers where he flew his "Atheist, will convert for food or money. God Bless?" sign and panhandled a school bus full of children for their lunch money.
The original Christian on The Coexist? Comedy Tour, John did some bathroom reading and within five flushes found himself qualifying for the Ha Ha Heathens comedy show. Ross has an intensely personal approach to comedy, talking openly about growing up with drug addicted parents and spending his early adult years touring the country playing guitar in a popular Christian Rock band.
A Indian Jewish atheist comedian, Koletkar draws humor from his experience as a very rare breed both in his homeland of India and even more so in his new home, San Francisco.
Tickets are $15 and available online.
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