Come spend an intimate evening enjoying unadulterated stand-up comedy with some of the best comedians from the Bay Area and beyond at Cheaper Than Therapy. The show is every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 10pm and every Sunday at 7pm. You'll get a healthy dose of laughs at San Francisco's historic Shelton Theater. Come learn that laughter really is the best medicine.
Produced by veteran comics Jon Allen, Samantha Gilweit, and Scott Simpson, the show offers you an evening of great stand-up comedy, as well as access to a wide variety of reasonably priced alcoholic beverages.
Check in with the box office downstairs when you arrive. The bar opens an hour before showtime, so come early for cheap drinks and great seats. While everyone is welcome at the theater, the show is really only appropriate for mature audiences, so being 18 or older is required because of the adult nature of the material. Hey, it is stand-up comedy after all.
After the show, everyone over 21 is encouraged to come to an after party at the neighborhood bar.
Jon Allen has performed at the Punch Line in San Francisco, Cap City Comedy Club in Austin, Texas, and regularly performs in venues throughout the New York City area. Allen's work has appeared in Wired Magazine, Tech Crunch, Savage Henry, and The Rachel Maddow Blog, in addition to his numerous physics publications. You can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/mathturbator
Samantha Gilweit is a single mother, failed pig farmer, musician and stand-up comedian. She performs regularly at Punchline, Cobb's Comedy Club, and SF Sketchfest.
Scott Simpson has performed at SF Sketchfest, the Punch Line in San Francisco, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and the North American Comedy and Music Festival. Simpson's show "You Look Nice Today" has received the Podcast Award for Best Comedy Podcast and his jokes can be found on the illustrious twitter at https://twitter.com/scottsimpson
Each week, Jon, Samantha, and Scott are joined by the three of the best comics from the Bay Area and beyond to bring you a fresh, exciting ~75 minutes of stand-up comedy.