Earmarks For Dollar Signs With Rich Dreyling
Political Comedy Game Show: Earmarks For Dollar Signs With Rich Dreyling
Get ready for the Bay Area's only late-night political comedy game show, Earmarks For Dollar Signs
. Hosted by Rich Dreyling, the best local comedians will crack you up with their hilarious political viewpoints. Just one hour before show time, a spot on the political spectrum is chosen to be the butt of the jokes. Possessing quick minds and sharp tongues, the comedian contestants include headliner Brendan Lynch (Punch Line Comedy Club SF), Dan Wilson (San Jose Improv), Matt Lieb (4-time SF Sketchfest performer), Kevin Munroe (winner of 2012 San Jose Improv Beat The Heat Comedy Competition
) and special guest Jason Mack (Real Live Comedians
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The last date listed for Earmarks For Dollar Signs With Rich Dreyling was Friday March 22, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 7:30pm).
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*About Rich Dreyling: *
Born in the icy reaches of the northern Midwest, Rich Dreyling left. In his childhood he developed the neurosis and self-confidence issues that cause a person to become a comedian and/or join the Marines. He has toured all around with his one-person show, Why I Hate Myself and You Can Too. He looks forward to failing to bring about social change with his comedic performances. The only thing better than watching Rich Dreyling do comedy is poking your eye with a stick.
About the Ticket Supplier: Jason Mack Presents
Jason Mack's fresh, witty writing and charmingly awkward personality have made him a rising star in Northern California's comedy scene. His adjustment from service as a United States Naval Aircrewman into life as a struggling college student, in the "slightly less conservative" city of San Francisco, further shaped his dry, biting, and dark but silly comic voice.