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Saturday, January 27 • 9:30pm - 11:00pm
Dinosaur Improv (SOLD OUT)

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Reuniting friends and improvisers from the famed-and-former Facebook Improv show, these improv veterans are SF Sketchfest longtime staples! With Owen Burke, Chad Carter, Lisa Gilroy, Mary Holland, Phil Jackson, Jason Mantzoukas, Seth Morris, Paul Scheer and Carl Tart. ($50, All Ages)

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Carl Tart

Carl Tart was born in the great state of Mississippi and raised in the mean streets of West LA. Some TV credits include "Transparent," "Lethal Weapon," "Comedy Bang! Bang!" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine". He has been a staff writer on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "MadTV" and IFC's "Brockmire... Read More →
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Chad Carter

Chad Carter is a writer and improviser based in LA. He has written/produced for "The Daily Show," Funny or Die, and most recently the "Detour" on TBS. Chad Carter is a trained physicist.
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Jason Mantzoukas

Writer, actor, and producer Jason Mantzoukas is in high demand both on and off-screen due to his notorious improv style and impeccable comedic timing. On-screen, Jason can be seen opposite comedy giants Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler in the dysfunctional family comedy "The House", directed... Read More →
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Lisa Gilroy

Recently named one of Vulture's top Comedians You Should and Will Know, Lisa Gilroy is a two-time Canadian Comedy Award winner known for "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (NBC), "Comedy Bang Bang!" (Earwolf), and "Fairview" (Comedy Central); She is an alumna of The Second City's National Touring... Read More →
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Mary Holland

Mary Holland performs regularly at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in LA. Television credits include "The Mindy Project," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Comedy Bang Bang!," "Silicon Valley," and "Blunt Talk" on Starz. Film credits include "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates... Read More →
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Owen Burke

Owen Burke started on his improvisational and sketch path under the direction of the UCB in New York City. Since studying with them, Owen has written, directed, and performed in many shows at the UCB Theatre and served as the theater's Artistic Director. Owen now resides in Los Angeles... Read More →
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Paul Scheer

Paul Scheer is a SAG Award-winning actor, writer and director who has established himself as one of today’s go-to comedic actors in film and television. He recently appeared in the Oscar-nominated A24 film "The Disaster Artist." On film, Scheer will next be seen alongside Chance... Read More →
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Phil Jackson

Phil Jackson is a performer, writer, and musician originally from Yardley, Pennsylvania. His writing credits include Comedy Central's "Key & Peele," "Survivor's Remorse" on the Starz Network, Fox's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," and most recently, Co-Executive Producer on HBO's "Insecure."Phil... Read More →
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Seth Morris

Seth Morris is an actor and writer that lives in LA. He's written for Funny Or Die, "Children's Hospital," "The Eric Andre Show" and "Kroll Show." He's acted in "Kroll Show," "Parks and Recreation," "Broad City" and "Comedy Bang Bang."



Saturday January 27, 2024 9:30pm - 11:00pm PST
Great Star Theater 636 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133