We’re Back! (AUGUST 20 SUPER SHOW)

Every third Wednesday, Real Live Comedians brings 90 minutes of hot, live comedian action to Stage Werx Theatre in the Mission. Catch our hilarious ”mostly stand-up variety show” with sprinklings of improv, musical comedy, and other weirdness. You’ll see a unique lineup of comics from national tours and festivals plus local clubs and events such as SF Sketchfest, Rooster T Feathers, the Punch Line, Cobb’s and more in an intimate theater setting!

Our next show is August 20!

Iris Benson (Semi-finalist, 2013 Rooster T Feathers Comedy Competition)
Richard Sarvate (Ventura Comedy Festival)
Kate Willet (“One of the strongest female figures in Bay Area Comedy” –Dana Sitar, SF Weekly)
Musical comedy from Mikey Gordon 

Plus show producer Jason Mack and your amazing host Lucia Tuman!

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Horoscopes for week of July 7

#Gemini: Your mischievous side gets the best of you when you steal a Corolla & lead police on a high speed chase toward Mexico. 

#Pisces: You are sensitive today. Pay particular attention to the number 2, and try not to stray too far from a public restroom.

#Sagittarius: You will never find true happiness. Maybe try eating your feelings! 

#Libra: A family member tries to reconnect as your weekend’s poor dietary choices begin to catch up with your digestive tract. How about eating a fucking fruit every now and then.

#Virgo: Mercury fucks with your shit. Try not to be a cunt about it.

#Cancer: A scheduling conflict keeps you from meeting the love of your life, but you don’t know what you’re missing so fuck it.

#Aquarius: Chance turns to fate when, by chance, you run into an old flame - with your car.

#Leo: You’ll never see your father again. 

#Taurus: Hitler was a Taurus. So, the bar is set pretty low.

#Capricorn: Every journey starts with a single step. I don’t know what to do with that information. Lucky numbers: 6, 44, 192.

#Aries: June was a good month, but July is gonna blow big time. Maybe you shouldn’t go outside. Like, at all.

#Scorpio: Right when you’re looking for a career change, a close friend offers you money for sex - and you totally take it.


Last Week Was The Greatest Show Ever. Next Month Will Be, Too.

Thanks again to everyone who came out on May 21. We had a big, laughy crowd and all our comics absolutely KILLED.


Brendon Lynch
 (“Best San Francisco Comedians To Watch” - SF Weekly)
Matt Gubser(SF Sketchfest)
Shanti Charan (Winner, Rooster T Feathers Comedy Competition)

…and more TBA!

It’s on Eventbrite and wherever great tickets are sold.

Thanks! May 21 is next. Brace yourselves.

Wednesday (April 16) was a fantastic night. Thanks to the awesome audience and the stellar lineup! It was one of our best shows yet! We always say that, but this time we mean it!

We’re back on May 21 with Matt Morales, Nick Palm, Erik Krasner and more comics to be announced soon! They won’t all be white males, probably.

Did you know “white privelege” comes up before “white privilege” on Tumblr? A lot of people with Sociology degrees can’t spell. I will tell them, as is my privelege.

Here’s what SF Sketchfest had to say about Matt:

Matt Morales has been performing stand-up comedy in San Francisco, California for the past decade. Originally from New Orleans, Matt has performed at venues like the Punch Line and Cobb’s Comedy Club, the various Improvs, Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival and Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival. In 2013 he made is national TV debut on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.” He contributes his success entirely to growing out a beard in 2010.

See you May 21! Tickets are for sale here - just pick the right date!

Internship Opportunity

Our team is looking for a motivated, dedicated Ass Intern to start right away. 5 hours a day, 3 days a week. 


  1. High energy and ambitious
  2. Team-oriented with strong sense of humor
  3. Must be dope
  4. Cannot be wack
  5. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products

To apply, please e-mail

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Wednesday NIGHT!

Aaaaaand we’re back!

April 16:

Kristee Ono (Cobb’s Comedy Club, SF Punch Line)
Kristee is a guilty pleasure. You really do not want your friends to know how much you actually enjoy her.  Relatively entertaining, she has been in the San Francisco comedy scene for five years, carving a nice little cave for herself.  She hosted the Ladies’ Room Comedy Open Mic, the city’s only all-female comedy open mic. She has performed at the Punchline, Cobbs, the Purple Onion and anywhere else she can.

Andrew Holmgren (SF Weekly’s Best Comics To Watch)
Andrew Holmgren, comedian, is a sharp-shooting merrymaker, hardboiled in the San Francisco Bay, that finds utmost joy in disseminating his humor across the country. One-part noble knave, one-part calming confidence man, and one-part evergreen mocker, Holmgren speaks with frank sarcasm and idyllic crassness. A budding star, Andrew Holmgren has performed at the San Francisco Punch Line, Noise Pop Festival, the International Hemp and Cannabis Festival, San Francisco Indie Fest, San Francisco Comedy Day, and the Sacramento Comedy Festival (earning the Best of Fest award). Also, he has opened for the reputable Will Franken and Moshe Kasher and curates the popular Get Yucked Up comedy showcase under Bay Area comedy outfit, Sylvan Productions, of which he serves as producer/artist. While supremely confident, the jokester remains humble, grinding and mining his craft nightly. Expectations are aptly high for Andrew Holmgren.

Loren Kraut (SF Sketchfest)
Awkwardly hilarious, Loren’s unorthodox style of comedy juxtaposes playfulness with deeply dark humor.  She turns grim subject matter, like depression and suicide, on its ear, presenting the bleakness of mental illness with unexpected wit and levity. Ever the outsider, Loren gives us a glimpse into her weird, silly and often tragic world that, in the end, is surprisingly life affirming.

Matt Louv 
Matt is a comedian, Juggalo scholar, birdwatcher, wild mushroom gatherer, grizzly bear avoider and extremely eligible bachelor. He has been doing comedy for four years and isn’t famous because he would never compromise his artistic vision with success. He runs a weekly comedy show in San Francisco’s Mission District, called The Mission Position, and is generally considered “one of the funny ones” by his comedian peers. He is slowly dying from mushroom poisoning.

Plus Emily Van Dyke (Winner: 2013 Walk the Plank Comedy Competition), Jason Mack and your host: bowtie enthusiast and dapper dresser Justin Alan!

AND there’s a Goldstar deal!

Next Show: April 16

Coming off our anniversary triumph, we’re back for more at Stage Werx on April 16.

So far, we’re ready to announce Emily Van Dyke, a very funny lady who won the prestigious 2013 Walk The Plank Comedy Competition, Kristy Ono, a very funny lady who you may have seen at the SF Punch Line or Cobb’s comedy clubs, and Loren Kraut, a very funny lady with very funny jokes about her obsessive-compulsive disorder and other stuff, who was recently featured on SF Sketch Fest.

No comedy show would be complete without WHITE MALES so we’ll have some of those, too. STAY TUNED!

You can get tickets here.