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Saturday, January 27 • 9:30pm - 11:30pm
Solo Spotlight: Brittany Carney: Kingdom Phylum Ass / Rachel Kaly's Hospital Hour

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Brittany Carney (Adult Swim, HBO) has a sh*t sense of order. Scattered, sure. In her show on ADHD, animal taxonomy, and a third theme, Brittany combines standup and visual media—she invites you to join her in finding structure, but more importantly, to consider a wombat’s colon. Hospital Hour is a show that explores why Rachel Kaly is obsessed with going to the hospital all the time. And for the record maybe it’s because she’s extremely mentally ill. And maybe that’s because she saw 9/11 happen and she is estranged from her father whose cab she hailed once. Only an hour of this show will tell.  ($30, All Ages)

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Brittany Carney

Brittany Carney is a comedian based in New York. Her standup is featured on Comedy Central and Don’t Tell platforms. She was a writer for "That Damn Michael Che" on Max, as well as for "Teenage Euthanasia" on Adult Swim. Brittany is listed as one of Vulture Magazine’s Comics You... Read More →
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Rachel Kaly

Rachel Kaly (she/they) is a queer NYC-based comedian of middle-eastern descent. She is story editor on "Digman!" for CBS/Paramount and is a contributing writer for ClickHole. Rachel has studied at the Annoyance Theater, Second City, and at UCB as a diversity scholar. She has three... Read More →

Saturday January 27, 2024 9:30pm - 11:30pm PST
Marsh Mainstage 1062 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110