Lineup for April 10th
Scott Losse, Dash Kwiatkowski, Natasha Muse and Julia Prescott 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.
Scott Losse is a stand-up comedian and cat owner from Seattle, Washington. He has performed at Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, The Seattle International Comedy Competition, Sketchfest Seattle and other locations with stages and microphones. Scott’s stand-up is smart, absurd, and at times dark. You would probably like it. Scott has appeared on Seattle’s Evening Magazine and is the winner of the 2013 Wenatchee Comedy Festival. Wenatchee is the “Apple Capitol of the World” so it’s kind of a big deal. His cat’s name is Kitty. She’s a real asshole.
Dash Kwiatkowski is a stand up comic from the San Francisco Bay Area. He’s already established a name for himself, and is conquering the Bay Area, one mic at a time. Performing at showcases on most weekends, and testing new material at a myriad of open mics throughout the week, Dash has performed at The Punchline, The Purple Onion, and The World Famous Comedy Store.
His comedy focuses on hilarious true stories from his life, absurd observations from the world around him, and an expert commentary on super heroes, television shows, and popular culture. Dash wraps nerdy observations about comic book heroes into relatable and palatable jokes, and sandwiches them in between observations and life experiences, and a healthy serving of voices and Macho Man Randy Savage Impressions. If you haven’t seen Dash Kwiatkowski on stage, you don’t have any idea the experience you’re missing.
Establishing himself in the Bay Area, Dash also works with the Dipstick Swagger crew, a comedy troupe that he co-founded, in bringing sketch comedy, web comics, and other written works into the public sphere.
Natasha Muse is a comedian, a skeptic, a mom, and at least the second-funniest transsexual you know. Her cerebral writing, whimsical wordplay, and unique perspective on life have earned her the adoration of audiences and the respect of her peers. Natasha performs regularly all over the Bay Area, including Cobb’s Comedy, the SF Punchline, and the Actors’ Theatre, where she produces and hosts “A Funny Night for Comedy” on the second Sunday of every month. Natasha is the winner of the 2010 Battle of the Bay competition, Miss Toolbox 2011, and also took home the Miss Photogenic trophy in Model Search 2004.