Posted on January 11, 2017 at 18:58 PM
Where can I find my favorite WorkJuice Players at SF Sketchfest this weekend?
Well, the most WorkJuice bang for your buck is
WORKJUICE IMPROV: Friday 7:30pm
WorkJuice Players Craig Cackowski, Mark Gagliardi, Marc Evan Jackson, Hal Lublin, Annie Savage, Paul F Tompkins and Little Janet Varney improvise scenes based upon monologues by international hip-hop icon and NY pal Jean Grae.
Ben Blacker’s newest podcast and live show, Dead Pilots Society, features live reads of TV pilots that were bought and developed but never produced. On Sunday 1/15 at 1pm they’ll perform pilots by TAH pals Andy Richter (Conan) and by Steve Agee & Rob Schrab (co-star and co-creator, respectively, of The Sarah Silverman Program)!
Starring WJ Players Paul F. Tompkins, Joshua Malina, and Janet Varney and TAH pals Wyatt Cenac, Dave Foley, Matt Gourley, Mark McConville, Christopher McCulloch, Tawny Newsome, and more!
Speaking of podcasts, Hal Lublin and Mark Gagliardi bring their MaxFun hit We Got This to SFSF on Saturday 1/14 at 1pm. Mark and Hal settle disputes and promise lots of WorkJuice guests!
We Got This TICKETS
Looking for something to do after the WJ Improv show on Friday night? At 10:15pm head over to the Brava Theatre to see WJ Player Craig Cackowski and WJ Player-in-Law Carla Cackowski and friends in Orange Tuxedo. Guaranteed great improv.
Orange Tuxedo TICKETS
As usual, Paul F. Tompkins is all over SF Sketchfest. In addition to WJ Improv on Friday and Dead Pilots Society on Sunday, Paul’s has sold out Spontaneanation and Superego shows (though, you never know, maybe just show up?). On Friday night after WJ Improv see Paul in Wheels Off: The Rhett Miller Show for music, comedy, and fun times.
Wheels Off TICKETS
And on Sunday, Paul joins hosts Vanessa Ragland and Cole Stratton for Pop My Culture LIVE for their final episode. Other guests include our pals Samm Levine and Rhett Miller.
Pop My Culture TICKETS
What’s more, be sure to check the SFSF schedule for shows by lots of TAH pals, including John Hodgman, Paul & Storm, Jean Grae, Jonathan Coulton, Adam Savage, and others.