Gratuitous Violins: Fast-Paced Sketch Comedy
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The last date listed for Gratuitous Violins was Saturday August 13, 2005 / 10:00pm.
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Bay Area club favorite Kabir "Kabeezy" Singh and Samson Koletkar, who bills himself as "the world's only Indian Jewish stand-up comedian," lead this impressive lineup of almost a dozen comics with South Asian and Indian heritage. They'll skewer American culture, along with their own, in this all-inclusive night of laughter. This talented group also includes Abhay Nadkarni (SLO, Burbank and Ventura Comedy Festivals), Dhaya Lakshminarayanan (Comedy Central Hong Kong), Imran G (Walk The Plank competition winner), Shanti Charan (SF Weekly's Best Stand-Up on the Way Up) and more. Learn More
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“…Saturday Night Live should come calling soon.” – Uproar Magazine
“…strange, ironic, ridiculous, and very, very chortle-worthy.” – SF Weekly
“…funny guys with lots of energy.” – Bay Guardian
In the past three and a half years, Uphill Both Ways has written and performed more than 200 original sketches. Their shows are always topical, poignant, absurd, revealing, and groundbreaking. They’ve made audiences laugh all over San Francisco, as well as in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and LA. To top it all off, they’re just darn cute. Gratuitous Violins features more than a dozen brand new comedy skits about verbal high-tech kitchens, Muzak, corporate non-harassment seminars, fruit cake, Jimmy Skateboard…and MUCH MORE!
About the Ticket Supplier: Uphill Both WaysUphill Both Ways, a five person (and one llama) San Francisco based sketch comedy troupe, combines sharp-witted insightful commentary on life with fast-paced physical comedic timing.
Their shows are always topical, poignant, absurd, revealing, and groundbreaking. They bring a West Coast awareness to their East Coast upbringings.
In the past three years, the group has written and performed over 150 original sketches. They've made audiences laugh all over San Francisco, as well as in New York and Chicago. To top it all off, they're just darn cute.