Lineup for December 17th

Lineup for December 17th

Tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite.

The Mission Position is a popular independent comedy showcase, hosted by five of San Francisco’s most accomplished comedians – Matt Lieb, Kate Willett, Jessica Sele, Torio Van Grol & Adrian McNair. Every Thursday, audiences fill Lost Weekend Video’s famous CineCave comedy den, for a show that provides club-level talent without irritating drink minimums or filler comics. The Mission Position welcomes a new lineup of special guests every week that include the Bay Area’s brightest comics alongside nationally touring headliners from NBC, TBS, E! and Comedy Central.

“…the best comedy bargain in SF.” SF Gate

Named one of the “Top 10 Events in San Francisco” by Time Out World (November 2014)

Winner of “Best Weekly Show” by Courting Comedy


This Weeks Guests:

Gary Anderson

gary andersonGary’s stand-up explores introspection with a likable twist that’s described as: original, smart, and constantly evolving. Initially, Gary attempted stand-up to fill a bucket list check box. He found that the rush from laughter filled the void he missed from competing on the gridiron. Five years later, Gary has quickly advanced through the highly-touted San Francisco comedy scene, playing all the major clubs.

He currently resides in New York City and performs regularly at clubs throughout the country.

Sam DiSalvo

sam disalvoSam is a Reno-bred, SF-based standup comedian. Co-host of More Fun at Blondie’s, TGIF’d (a show where comics improvise lines over muted old sitcoms) and Bubblegum Garbage Party (standup, interviews and improv blended together). Slayer of karaoke. Fan of smoked salmon.



Michael Montgomery

8622907_origMichael Montgomery began stand-up at 17 in Los Angeles, and promptly quit
because it was “all hard and lame and stuff.” However, after 15 years of
learning he was even less talented at everything else, he is now one of the SF
Bay Area’s least known (but least liked) comics. His material ranges from very
funny to extremely funny, and he could safely be called “alternative” by even the most daring iconoclast. And – perhaps most importantly – he will not physically attack audience members for holding opinions which are oh so very wrong… usually.