‘Schitt’s Creek’ Stars to Headline Upcoming SF Comedy Fest


Schitt’s Creek stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara will be joined by Jane Lynch of Joy when SF Sketchfest returns to town in early 2023. The three Emmy-winning actors will reunite for a screening and panel to toast the beloved mockumentary’s 20th anniversary A strong wind. Annual comedy festival announced a list of additional shows yesterday, the same day, tickets went on sale.

The comedy festival, which runs from January 20 to February 5, also announced a 50th anniversary screening of the 1973 neo-black satire The long goodbye at the Castro Theater on January 28.

MTV’s Ken Marino and hot and humid american summerDavid Wain of will be raising money for local educational nonprofit 826 Valencia with a “Middle-Aged Dad Jam Session” at Swedish American Hall on January 20. musical numbers.

Other sketch and stand-up shows, live readings, podcast recordings and improv nights from comedic masterminds like David Cross, Michael Ian Black and members of the Upright Citizens Brigade are scheduled at venues from the city.

Sketchfest will also feature hyper-local comedies like Killing My Lobster and Surviving San Francisco, which puts life in one of the country’s most expensive cities under a sardonic microscope, and plenty of events for all ages.

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SF Sketchfest was founded in 2001 by local comedians and SF State alumni David Owen, Cole Stratton, and Janet Varney with a mission to shine a spotlight on Bay Area comedy groups, and has grown into a recognized festival nationwide. which promotes emerging talent and attracts famous headliners.

January 20 – February 5, 2023 | $22-55
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