Ladies Love the Punch Line, Hosted by Lydia Popovich
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Mitch Fatel has been showcasing his talent to rave reviews for the past 15 years. In that time, his innocence and friendly demeanor have engaged countless audiences only to inspire surprised laughter as he catches them off-guard with his mixture of mischievous dialogue and off color comments. After numerous spots on both the Late Show with David Letterman and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Fatel has established himself as a comedic star. In 2006, he was awarded "Best Comedian" at the prestigious HBO Aspen Comedy Festival and in April of 2007, his half-hour stand-up special debuted on Comedy Central and subsequently ranked #6 in the 2008 Standup Showdown. He's also the most requested comedian on Sirius and XM satellite radio. Learn More
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Ladies Love, an all-female stand-up showcase descends upon the Punch Line to entertain with tales of life, love and womanhood from San Francisco’s premier lady comics. Experience cleverly crafted intelligent jokes (and some silliness too) that will leave your stomach aching, cheeks hurting and most importantly remind you that women are and always will be funny.
Ladies Love_ was birthed in Oakland. The second Tuesday of every month, The Layover (a beloved bar) is flooded with comedy lovers. A carefully curated female line up delights standing room only audiences with innovative humor in a distinct female voice. The showcase is produced and hosted by the vivacious Lydia Popovich.
Lydia Popovich is a SF-based comedian and blogger. Her website, Hater Tuesday founded in 2003 garners thousands of weekly visits from friends and family around the world. Her anecdotal humor and vivid storytelling make her a unique voice in a sea of dick jokes. She’s opened for certified headliners Moshe Kasher, Morgan Murphy, Jackie Kashian, Marga Gomez and John Roy. She’s delighted to take a break from her usual hosting duties to headline this special night of comedy.
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters once touched her arm and said, “Hey, you’re pretty funny.” That was the best day of her life.*
*Totally true story.