Stokes & Holtz returns for it’s 3rd installment at Milk Bar on Monday, March 3rd at 8pm.
Join Brandon Stokes, and Sylvan’s own Kollin Holtz as the odd couple jokes, & plays host to their favorite comedians in the Bay Area.
See you at Milk Bar.
The Sylvan Boys (Andrew Moore, Spencer Devine, Kollin Holtz, Andrew Holmgren, Justin Gomes,David Gborie, OJ Patterson and Matt Louv) giving a final toast, on the final night of Dirty Trix Saloon. Sad salute.
We’ve always thought highly of ourselves. Sylvan Productions is essentially a group of collaborators who approve of and appreciate each others work. Now, somebody else shares that sentiment.
The good folks of the SFWeekly namechecked a slew of our members and the group itself in it’s most recent annual “Best of” publication. It’s unquantifiable how huge the honor is for a comedian, but it’s damn exciting to see your name in the newspaper.
In other news, we have a newsletter dropping soon, a bunch of individual tours and tasks are being filled, and we’re all revving up for something huge (probably).
Sylvan Horn: TOOT TOOT!
Sylvan Productions and Gallery and Bar 4N5 are happy to announce, with it’s six month anniversary rapidly approaching, that Laughing Stock (the comedy show) will become a regular fixture at the venue voted “Best Nightlife Spot” by SF Weekly 2012. Starting March 21st the show will debut it’s new, regular time slot every third Thursday of the month.
The show will stay the same! The same quality comedy, same draft beers, and the same quirk and allure of a comedy show in an art gallery in the basement of a parking garage. The only things changing about this show are the date to every third Thursday, and the lineup of comedians.
The next show is Thursday (surprise!), January 17th. $5 At The Door. 21+.
Get you and your friends in for $5 total when you come together!
Show your college ID and get in for free.
Get ready for the Valentines Day show on Feb. 14th.
Watch out Marc Maron, this kid records his podcast, guests and all, in his closet. If you think chats in a garage can get uncomfortable, imagine fitting three grown men and a guitar into a closet converted bedroom. Coming from San Francisco, that might not be surprising, but what is surprising is that Kollin has been living in a closet for the past year and a half (pictured above). Seated on his mattress, the three of them make cozy bedfellows in his $300 a month accommodations. Over Ash Clayton’s melodic guitar, Kollin and Alex Q. Huffman offer a fresh look at everything in a 15min time span from comedy to personal experiences growing up, entertainment, politics, and everything in between his closet and the bathroom across the hall. The first episode of Closet Talk With Kollin Holtz (available on iTunes and Stitcher) is live, check it out below.
You should follow him on Twitter here.
Follow Sylvan on Twitter here.
“Let’s just fuckin write – wait – no – this has gotta be… somewhat coherent.” – @LLDABEAST
That’s how we’re doing it tonight at Sylvan House, ladies and gentlemen. We all just trotted down to the Balboa Theater for a showing of Wreck It Ralph. It was a heart warming
Toy Story where in an kid’s room old arcade toys vidya games characters come to life become sentient programs. A classic hero story in a memorable universe, with hilarious and insightful call-backs to popular video game franchises and tropes. Not only was the movie hilarious, but David Gborie and Keith D’Souza (fresh from the road and running on very little sleep) fell asleep towards the end of the movie. As the film ended, the protagonist uttered his final inspirational line… And then, with comic timing so precise he couldn’t have planned it better, Gborie let out a snore that shook the heavens. Many a lawls were had, and we staggered out of the theater like a pack of old-school chums.
Tonight is the Sylvan Open Mic at Dirty Trix. Sign ups are in a mere hour, dear readers. So get on your Vespa and get down to Dirty Trix NOW!
What are you doing Friday night, audience people?!
Cause you should be going to Fresh Like Cadaver.
FRESH LIKE CADAVER! is a horror themed, LIVE movie riffing comedy show in the spirit of Mystery Science Theater 3000 held at The Cinecave “Micro-Theater” located in the basement of Lost Weekend Video in The Mission District of San Francisco. It’s the brain child of Andre Parker. And Andre Parker is pretty damn funny. So get yourselves there and into some seats ASAP! I don’t care if it’s a few days till Friday, GET DOWN THERE!
Anyway, I’m gonna get down to Trix, I’ll see you all there.
Buenos Noches, dear readers.
Join the fun Tuesday, the 11th of Sept., and welcome Mary Mack as she makes a rare San Francisco appearance. 21+
Grab your tickets early & take advantage of the limited $5 off pre-sale with DISCOUNT CODE: 4n5
With an array of cheap beers on tap, Gallery and Bar 4N5 is the perfect place to bring some friends, grab a brew, have a laugh and catch up with each other after the show.
You now have 30 lives.
Now you can totally die, like, a bunch of times.