A Lot in Communism: Russian Comic Daniel Kinno and Countrymen
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The last date listed for A Lot in Communism was Wednesday August 1, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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_A Lot in Communism _- All these comedians have something in Communism, they were born in the former Soviet Union and are really funny. This show is recommended for anybody who’s known a person from a communist country or is a communist themselves. Don’t get stuck in the bread line, get your tickets early because this show will sell out! This show will include a few very special guests!
Daniel Kinno – Born in the former Soviet Republic city of Minsk, Daniel Kinno delivers insightful and raucous narratives on topics ranging from the menial tasks of daily life, to relationships, pop culture, and his unusual Russian heritage with a truly unique perspective. In 1996, Kinno moved to America first settling in Columbus, Ohio. Kinno can be recognized from television where his stand up has been featured on MTV, The Game Show Network and The WB. Kinno has also starred in a 2003 national advertising campaign for ESPN and in 2004 completed the pilot Boys Behaving Badly for the Oxygen Network. 2002 witnessed Daniel’s acclaimed performance at the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada as part of the New Faces showcase. The Hollywood Reporter described him as having “killed with a charming and smart act” that went to creating the “biggest buzz” of the deal making festival. This led to Daniel performing on stages across America, whether in comedy clubs with top headliners or starring on the college circuit where his showcase performances have placed him at the top of every conference he attends. Kinno’s brand of humor knows no bounds and in January 2008, he returned from Afghanistan where he headlined a USO tour entertaining US and International forces. Daniel currently resides in Los Angeles.
*Vladimir Khlynin *- is the producer of the A Lot in Communism Tour, was originally born in Moscow and is slowly becoming a balding comedian. He was a semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing 2, the first comedian to grace the cover of SF Weekly and worked at Safeway. His dry, sardonic humor will infect you and then you’ll have to take antibiotics.
Anna Seregina – Anna Seregina is a San Francisco-based stand-up comic and performer. She was born in Moscow, Russia, which could explain her deep-rooted cynicism. It could also explain nothing. After being involved in theater and improv for nearly a decade and being funny for nearly a lifetime, she decided to take the plunge into stand-up comedy. Her style can nearly be defined as vocal and un-lady-like, drawing heavily on what little life experience she has. She has been described as having the “worst aura.” She has recently performed in the 2012 SF Sketchfest, the Bruise Cruise Festival, and SXSW. Most facts about her are true. Most truths about her are facts. She is a sensational dancer.
About the Ticket Supplier: Punch Line Comedy Club San Francisco
For over 25 years the nation’s best comics have appeared at the San Francisco Punch Line, the city’s longest running comedy club. Stars such as Robin Williams, Ellen Degeneres, Rosie O’Donnell, Drew Carey, Chris Rock and Dana Carvey took their first comedic steps on the Punch Line stage, entertaining thousands while perfecting their craft. The Punch Line’s dedication to comic tradition has earned it the San Francisco Examiner and the San Francisco Chronicle’s readers’ choice award for the best comedy club. Today, the Punch Line is the only full-time comedy club in San Francisco, hosting nationally-acclaimed comics Margaret Cho, Bobby Slayton, Dave Chappelle, Sue Murphy, Dave Attell, George Lopez, David Cross, and Greg Proops, among other bona fide and rising stars, in an intimate setting where you can enjoy them, live and up-close, the way stand-up comedy is best presented.