Comedian Brent Weinbach at Punch Line Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedian Brent Weinbach was Friday October 25, 2013 / 10:00pm.
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This was my 3rd time seeing Brent and it's been about 3 years since I last saw him -- his material is great and I am glad he still kept in the "pork bun" joke. A classic! My friends and I had a fun time. Moshe Kasher was awesome too.
Quotes & Highlights
“A borderline-offensive yukster for a post-multicultural era.” —San Francisco Bay Guardian
Brent Weinbach’s stand-up comedy is weird. He does a lot of characters, he’s physical, and his humor is absurd. Here are some other words to describe Weinbach: deadpan, silly, obscure, unconventional, smart, stupid, post-modern, grass roots, Berlin, 1980’s, tennis, bike riding, Virgo, Rygar, etc. The list goes on and on. Brent began his comedy career in the underground San Francisco scene, but now tours all over the United States at clubs, colleges, festivals, theaters, music venues, living rooms, tennis, bike riding, Virgo, etc. He also has a t-shirt with his name and his face on it.
Brent was a winner and recipient of the Andy Kaufman Award at the HBO Comedy Festival, has toured with the Comedians of Comedy, appeared at the Coachella and Bumbershoot festivals as well as Just For Laughs in Montreal, and was the creator and star of the Super Deluxe web series “Weinbach in Wonderland.”