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The February 5th installment of Boomer Humor was performed by the ever loving and never disappointing Will Durst. His show ran almost 1 hour and 45 minutes non-stop with nothing but jokes on aging and the "good ole days". He did not do his political humor and everyone was treated to a superb night of nostalgia, laughs, memories and good old fashioned belly laughs. It was a night of wonderment and healing, for laughter is the best medicine and we all laughed our asses off. I have seen Will Durst for many years and his political humor is second to none in the land; however, his baby boomer humor was magical and outstanding. If you didn't laugh your ass off and piss your pants, then you were dead...only explanation that will suffice. He will be doing this routine again in March also at Angelica's and I say to you: go forth and laugh your asses off! I highly recommended this show...it will definitely NOT disappoint!
March 5, 2014: Dan St. Paul
After a seven-year stint of headlining San Francisco clubs in the comedy duo Murphy-St.Paul, Dan launched out on his own with a solo act that was to land him in the finals of the nation's toughest comedy competition, The San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition. Soon after, Dan moved to Los Angeles and appeared on several episodes of "An Evening at the Improv," plus numerous shows on VH-1, MTV and Comedy Central. Since then, he has opened for such superstars as Jerry Seinfeld, Natalie Cole, Dwight Yoakum, Smokey Robinson, and Vince Gill. He appeared in the movie "Flubber" with Robin Williams, and signed a recording deal with MCA records. His album, Natural and Good for You contains one the most requested comedy pieces on radio, "The First Baseball Game." He also is the star of his own one-man play, Outer Mission, Middle Class - The Comic Diary of an Immigrant's Son.
March 12, 2014: Will Durst
Will Durst’s acclaimed tribute to the history, growth, joys, achievements, frustrations, fashions and looming doom of the Baby Boom Generation. Ably assisted by his trusty overhead projector, Durst explores the Boomers’ revolutions, evolutions and still vibrant role in today’s youth-obsessed society, which they invented, for crum’s sake. It’s a celebration of the maturation of the Boomer Nation and as an extra, added, special treat- the Meaning of Life.
March 19, 2014: Johnny Steele
Johnny Steele vowed never to grow up and was well on his way to doing just that when a 12 pound mongrel wandered into his life and changed everything. Good Juju is the hilarious story of man, a woman, and the dog who brought them together. Johnny Steele is a bay area humorist, writer, broadcaster, and actor. He is a winner of various fancy-pants comedy competitions, has written for award-winning entertainers, is the former host of his own San Francisco radio and TV show, and can be seen in the upcoming documentary 3 Still Standing.
March 26, 2014: Richard Stockton
Richard Stockton is a nationally touring comedian with many appearances on national television and radio and a NeuroLinguistic Programing teacher who focuses on blasting through the fear that blocks you from being all you can be. He says that if you are not living your own dream, then you are living someone else’s. His tales of transformation appear regularly on NPR stations. He will show you how to see things with a different perspective so you can use your fears to move you forward. In 1982 he became the morning talk show host of WKDA/KDF in Nashville, Tennessee which was the number one talk show in the mid south for two years. In 1986 he became a full time touring comedian, based in San Francisco. In his twenty years as a standup comedian, he has appeared on dozens of national TV shows, headlined A-list comedy clubs from coast to coast, growing an audience of devotees to his unique take on the human potential movement. His first book, Fondle the Fear, is now in its second printing, and is the basis for a TV show currently being broadcast. He is also creating short stories of transformation for NPR stations.