Lineup for March 20th
Josef Anolin, Jules Posner and Jessica Sele 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.
Tickets can also be purchased online through Eventbrite.
Josef Anolin was born and raised in Oakland, CA thanks to his parents. Josef likes to tell jokes that offer audiences fresh perspectives on “hot button” issues like race, class, gender that are simultaneously respectful and tounge in cheek offensive. Josef has been peddling his humor to audiences throughout the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Oregon, Nevada, Hawaii and may have been the first comedian to do a joke about NY Knicks Point Guard, Jeremy Lin (albeit back in 2010 when he was still a Golden State Warrior and irrelevant).
Jules Posner is like if the cool older kid who used to buy you beer ended up becoming a comedian instead of a meth dealer. The most relaxed man in California, Jules mixes laid-back observations, laid-back riffing and laid-back flannel shirts into an act that has won him constant bookings at every major comedy club in the Bay Area. He is one of those comics whose writing and delivery make standup seem like it’s just a funny person talking off the top of their head, and reality isn’t far behind the illusion, his riffing pacing his written material in quality.
Jules has been featured on Jokes.com’s No Drink Minimum and Rooftopcomedy.com’s Road Trip on Hulu. He has also performed at SF Sketchfest four years in a row and was named “not a poser” by Skateboard Magazine’s “are you a poser” quiz. When he’s not doing comedy, Jules enjoys keeping it real.
Oakland based comic Jessica Sele got her comedy start in the town of Bellingham, Washington. There she hosted many community events, performed a one woman variety act for Ladyfest Bellingham, produced shows featuring acts like Hari Kondabolu, toured the west coast with a feminist variety act named“The Hott Mess Shit Show” and won 1st place in Western Washington University’s “Last Comic Standing” in fall 2010 (no affiliation with the NBC television series of the same name). She has since performed at venues such as the Seattle Comedy Underground and alongside acts such as the Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Ryan Stiles and Marga Gomez. From topics like failed attempts at love, masturbation, and the end of time, Jessica’s comedy is hysterical, incisive, hella queer, and deeply weird.