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SF SKETCHFEST PRESENTS: KILLER LINEUP - postponed

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Anything but the usual suspects, Killer Lineup is a who's who of our favorite stand-ups of the moment. Catch a rotating cast of SF Sketchfest-approved personalities in this scary good showcase. With Nore Davis, Andrew Orolfo, Maeve Press and Robin Tran, hosted by Casey Ley and Nick Sahoyah.

Filipino American, Andrew Orolfo has been named one of the country's "top knot" comedians by... don't even ask, just go with it. An established staple in San Francisco comedy, he has been featured in SF Sketchfest, Limestone Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and Comedy Central Clusterfest. He can be heard on Sirius XM Radio and seen on Comedy Dynamics "Coming to the Stage." He currently headlines colleges across the country.

Casey Ley is a comedian based in Los Angeles but he's definitely willing to travel if you can host. His stand-up got him voted Best Comedian in San Francisco by SFWeekly and he was the national runner-up in The Advocate Magazine's search for The Next Great Queer Comedian. His podcast is "The Gay Power Half Hour" (btw, he's gay...but accessible!) which is popular with comedy and drags fans across the internet. He's a regular performer at clubs and festivals around the country and has opened shows for Margaret Cho, Janeane Garofalo, Hannibal Buress and Nikki Glaser. Casey is the producer and host of "The Casey and Tony Show" housed on the Snarled Youtube channel and is a credited writer and performer on the feature-length stand-up special "Out on Stage," released nationwide in 2018.

Maeve is a series regular on the critically acclaimed Freeform series "Everything's Gonna Be OK" (Josh Thomas / Avalon producing). She was the youngest comedian ever to perform at Boston's Women in Comedy Festival, NJ's Hoboken Comedy Festival and the Burbank Comedy Festival, where she was chosen for Best of Fest." Maeve debuted her one woman show, "Dis(is)Respect" at the Speak Up Rise Up Festival in NYC. She made her Off Broadway debut at the iconic Public Theatre in the critically acclaimed play "Before Your Very Eyes." Maeve also starred in the Orlando Film Festival and Amsterdam Film Festival Award-winning indie film "Theresa Is a Mother" and the popular PSA "Why Can't Girls Code." Maeve was profiled on NPR's "Here & Now" and has performed stand up in clubs, alt rooms, bars, and basements throughout NYC, Boston, and Los Angeles. She's influenced by Audrey Hepburn, Tig Notaro, Supergirl, Nina Simone, and other superheroes. She also stars in a short film she co-wrote and stars opposite Maria Bamford called "Too Many Buddahs" which premiered at JFL 2021.

Nick Sahoyah has performed standup up and down the West Coast for the last decade including multiple appearances at Bumbershoot, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and SF Sketchfest.

While living in San Francisco he hosted and produced "Legs For Days," a monthly queer standup show at Blush Wine Bar in the Castro. He has had the pleasure of writing for such greats as Peaches Christ, Latrice Royale, and Elvira Mistress of the Dark.

Nick can currently be heard as the cohost of "I'm 40%" Podcast with Jinkx Monsoon.

Nore Davis is a New York-based comedian who delivers an energetic performance filled with witty quips and sharp punch lines, combined with an amazing stage presence. He has appeared on Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer," HBO's "Last Week Tonight," MTV's "Nikki & Sara Live," Sasheer Zamata's "Play Time," "The Artie Lange Show," HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" and feature "Go/Don't Go." His standup can be seen on "Conan," and he has appeared in many videos on College Humor and was featured on WNYC 2's Dope Queens Podcast with Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams. Davis also wrote on Seriously.tv and on Jessica Williams' Comedy Central pilot. His self-produced Amazon special "You Guys are Dope" is out now, as well as his most recent album, "Too Woke," which was released in November 2018 on Blonde Medicine.

Robin Tran was named one of Just For Laugh's New Faces of 2021. Based in Orange County, Robin started her life presenting as a male named Robert Tran. In 2015, she came out as a transgender woman and has been performing as Robin ever since. In 2018, she appeared on Comedy Central's "Roast Battle" and her first one-hour comedy special, "Don't Look at Me" is streaming on Hulu, Spotify and iTunes. She was also a writer on "Historical Roasts" on Netflix.
Anything but the usual suspects, Killer Lineup is a who's who of our favorite stand-ups of the moment. Catch a rotating cast of SF Sketchfest-approved personalities in this scary good showcase. With Nore Davis, Andrew Orolfo, Maeve Press and Robin Tran, hosted by Casey Ley and Nick Sahoyah.

Filipino American, Andrew Orolfo has been named one of the country's "top knot" comedians by... don't even ask, just go with it. An established staple in San Francisco comedy, he has been featured in SF Sketchfest, Limestone Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and Comedy Central Clusterfest. He can be heard on Sirius XM Radio and seen on Comedy Dynamics "Coming to the Stage." He currently headlines colleges across the country.

Casey Ley is a comedian based in Los Angeles but he's definitely willing to travel if you can host. His stand-up got him voted Best Comedian in San Francisco by SFWeekly and he was the national runner-up in The Advocate Magazine's search for The Next Great Queer Comedian. His podcast is "The Gay Power Half Hour" (btw, he's gay...but accessible!) which is popular with comedy and drags fans across the internet. He's a regular performer at clubs and festivals around the country and has opened shows for Margaret Cho, Janeane Garofalo, Hannibal Buress and Nikki Glaser. Casey is the producer and host of "The Casey and Tony Show" housed on the Snarled Youtube channel and is a credited writer and performer on the feature-length stand-up special "Out on Stage," released nationwide in 2018.

Maeve is a series regular on the critically acclaimed Freeform series "Everything's Gonna Be OK" (Josh Thomas / Avalon producing). She was the youngest comedian ever to perform at Boston's Women in Comedy Festival, NJ's Hoboken Comedy Festival and the Burbank Comedy Festival, where she was chosen for Best of Fest." Maeve debuted her one woman show, "Dis(is)Respect" at the Speak Up Rise Up Festival in NYC. She made her Off Broadway debut at the iconic Public Theatre in the critically acclaimed play "Before Your Very Eyes." Maeve also starred in the Orlando Film Festival and Amsterdam Film Festival Award-winning indie film "Theresa Is a Mother" and the popular PSA "Why Can't Girls Code." Maeve was profiled on NPR's "Here & Now" and has performed stand up in clubs, alt rooms, bars, and basements throughout NYC, Boston, and Los Angeles. She's influenced by Audrey Hepburn, Tig Notaro, Supergirl, Nina Simone, and other superheroes. She also stars in a short film she co-wrote and stars opposite Maria Bamford called "Too Many Buddahs" which premiered at JFL 2021.

Nick Sahoyah has performed standup up and down the West Coast for the last decade including multiple appearances at Bumbershoot, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and SF Sketchfest.

While living in San Francisco he hosted and produced "Legs For Days," a monthly queer standup show at Blush Wine Bar in the Castro. He has had the pleasure of writing for such greats as Peaches Christ, Latrice Royale, and Elvira Mistress of the Dark.

Nick can currently be heard as the cohost of "I'm 40%" Podcast with Jinkx Monsoon.

Nore Davis is a New York-based comedian who delivers an energetic performance filled with witty quips and sharp punch lines, combined with an amazing stage presence. He has appeared on Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer," HBO's "Last Week Tonight," MTV's "Nikki & Sara Live," Sasheer Zamata's "Play Time," "The Artie Lange Show," HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" and feature "Go/Don't Go." His standup can be seen on "Conan," and he has appeared in many videos on College Humor and was featured on WNYC 2's Dope Queens Podcast with Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams. Davis also wrote on Seriously.tv and on Jessica Williams' Comedy Central pilot. His self-produced Amazon special "You Guys are Dope" is out now, as well as his most recent album, "Too Woke," which was released in November 2018 on Blonde Medicine.

Robin Tran was named one of Just For Laugh's New Faces of 2021. Based in Orange County, Robin started her life presenting as a male named Robert Tran. In 2015, she came out as a transgender woman and has been performing as Robin ever since. In 2018, she appeared on Comedy Central's "Roast Battle" and her first one-hour comedy special, "Don't Look at Me" is streaming on Hulu, Spotify and iTunes. She was also a writer on "Historical Roasts" on Netflix.
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