Killing My Lobster, San Francisco's Premier Sketch Comedy Group
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The last date listed for Sketch Comedy Group Killing My Lobster was Sunday October 28, 2007 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Cobb's Comedy Club:
- Full Price:
- $23.00 - $25.00
- Our Price:
- $11.50 - $12.50
Best known for his work on TV's hit Louie and as a regular guest on radio's Opie and Anthony show, Jim Norton brings his brutally honest comedy to Cobb's. A New York Times best-selling author, Norton frequently appears on The Tonight Show, the Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Chelsea Lately and more. Norton's first hour-long special, Monster Rain, premiered on HBO, and he's filmed and recorded several TV specials and albums since. His talk show, The Jim Norton Show, recently premiered on Vice. Learn More
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“The closest thing the Bay Area has to its own Second City.” —San Francisco Chronicle
Killing My Lobster is a San Francisco sketch comedy group and film production company. Voted Best Laugh Factory by the San Francisco Bay Guardian and two-time winner of the Best of the Fringe Award at the San Francisco Fringe Festivals, Killing My Lobster has produced over two-dozen theme-based comedy shows. The group has also made 14 short films that have screened at over 40 film festivals including Sundance, and the San Francisco International Film Festival where the Lobsters took home a Golden Spire Award.
Since the Lobster’s first show in a 25-seat converted office in the Mission on Valentine’s Day, 1997, Killing My Lobster has worked with over 300 Bay Area actors, writers, directors, designers, filmmakers and musicians to create exciting original work for local and national audiences. Killing My Lobster shows regularly include live bands, thematically coherent through lines, and an emphasis on high-production values. The material is created collaboratively which results in a range of comedic styles that fuse raucous slapstick with sharp satire, wacky monologues with indulgent musical numbers and once in a while gives rise to a slide show about cats and nuclear physics.