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The last date listed for Solo Sundays was Sunday August 24, 2014 / 7:00pm.
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The awards just keep rolling in for Don't Watch This Show: Live, a monthly mix of sketch, improv and stand-up comedy: It was voted "Best Comedic Variety Show" in 2013 by SF Weekly, won the 2014 SF Sketchfest Video Contest and was an official selection of the 2014 LA Comedy Festival. The cast was also chosen to headline 2014 SF Sketchfest. Founded by funnymen Bert DiVietri and Ryan Cronin in 2012, DTWS: Live features a crew of local comedians, often joined by special guests, who write and perform a new show each month. Learn More
August 24, 2014:
Deal With The Dragon
Written and Performed by Kevin Rolston
Can Hunter find love before another incineration? All he needs to do is grow up, get a job, get out of debt and get the hell away from his roommate. But every time Hunter faces a problem the guy comes to his rescue, and whoever caused the problem ends up a pile of ash. BTW: His roommate’s a dragon.
Date Night at Pet Emergency
Written and Performed by Lisa Rothman
Lisa’s not sure who she should kill: her dog or her husband? The prognosis isn’t good for Sophie the cocker spaniel. Is it any better for her marriage? Ever since Baby #2 hit the scene, Lisa and Kevin have been fighting over sippy cups, fruit salad and impenetrable origami instructions — at the bowling alley, the dog park and the dinosaur exhibit at the science museum. Now Kevin is storming around the emergency pet clinic, ranting about the $2,000 vet bill. How could they have foreseen this? Whoever heard of a dog ODing on antibiotics?! Lisa doesn’t know what to do. All she knows is that this has got to be the worst date night ever.
Black Virgins are Not for Hipsters
Written and Performed by Echo Brown
Echo is about to lose her virginity to a good-looking white hipster that she met on Craigslist. This will happen in 10 minutes. That gives Echo just enough time to do exactly what you shouldn’t do the first time you are about to get laid: contemplate America’s racial problems. Echo is black. So she’s use to pondering race. But she doesn’t want to ponder race IN THIS MOMENT. Right now, all she wants to do is convince herself that she’s beautiful, despite a lifetime of conditioning to the contrary. To make herself believe in her own beauty, Echo will pray to all of the gods, call her best friend over 20 times and talk to her cat about the meaning of life.