Lineup for December 12th

Lineup for December 12th

Adrian McNair, Johan Miranda, Trevor Hill, Harry Moroz, Dave Thomason and Sam Tallent will be joining us this week. Tickets are $10 and can be reserved in advance by calling Lost Weekend Video at (415) 643-3373. The show will begin at 8pm.

A limited number of disounted tickets are available through Goldstar. Tickets can also be purchased online through Eventbrite.



Adrian McNair

539866_3505716442483_680876368_nAdrian is an East-Bay-based comedian who made a big enough impression during his freshman year of comedy to have become a staple of the scene. He has performed at the San Jose Improv, Tommy T’s and is a favorite at independent showcases.


Johan Miranda

1422491_650517688326357_523845069_nSince his comedy debut in September of 2010, Johan Miranda has performed at L.A.’s famous Comedy Store, Cobbs Comedy Club, the San Jose Improv, & the 142 Throckmorton Theatre. He placed 2nd in San Francisco’s 2011 Walk the Plank Comedy Competition and has been featured in the 2012 Santa Cruz Fringe Festival. He is terrified of spiders.


Trevor Hill


Trevor Hill is a stand-up comedian who sleeps in San Francisco and is awake in a variety of locations. He is co-creator and host of the critically acclaimed, topic-based comedy show Hand to Mouth. He has performed at SF Sketchfest, the Great American Comedy Festival, Sacramento Comedy Festival, Shits & Giggles Comedy Fest, Minneapolis’ 10,000 Laughs Fest, as well as clubs and theaters throughout the United States and England. Trevor’s comedy has appeared on KOFY TV and has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, SF Weekly, SF Bay Guardian and Washington Post. His material ranges from political and religious commentary to absurd vignettes about Bolivian Phil Collins fans and bayou-dwelling pornographers. He has been described as inventive, candid, engrossing and infertile.


Harry Moroz

1233985_10201977503178103_1848394171_nHarry grew up in the meanest (most average) neighborhood of the least rough city in the country – Northville, MI. His early jobs were building unicycles and burying rabbits. He spent much of his youth creating comedic videos and sweet talking the ladies. But then he turned 11 and grew up.

He speaks French, Spanish, Russian… sorry, I mean he speaks to French, Spanish, and Russian people, but only in English. He was fluent in mandolin, but has recently forgotten all the VANDERTRAMP chords.

Harry’s been performing stand-up comedy throughout the United States and Canada for the last several years.

He performed in Gilda’s LaughFest, the World Series of Comedy, Laughing Skull Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and Comcast’s Trial By Laughter. He also continues to write and produce comedic shorts.  Harry currently resides in Hollywood, CA, not to be confused with Hollywood, Mars.He currently performs stand up comedy in Los Angeles, primarily. If you’re the paparazzi or just a devoted stalkerfan, Harry can often be found in his bed or in the bathroom, and occasionally the kitchen.


Dave Thomason

1461586_10201847277677183_284449204_nDave Thomason is a stand-up comedian who was born in San Francisco and now tells jokes there. He recently won Rooftop Comedy’s Silver Nail Award recognizing the best up-and-coming comedians in the nation. Dave has performed at a bunch of neat-o festivals across the country, including the SF Sketchfest, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and the Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival. His stand-up has been featured on NPR’s “Snap Judgment”. You can catch him regularly at the Punch Line in San Francisco.


Sam Tallent

999815_10153088303835085_662467459_nSam Tallent’s from Denver. Sam has been described as ‘the Black Flag of comedy’ and a zine in Denmark said ‘Sam is the surreal voice of an earnestly silly generation’. Reggie Watts, TJ Miller, Kyle Kinane, Sean Patton and other quality gigglesmiths have worked with Sam and not complained to management.