Thu, May 25, 2023
Fri, May 26, 2023
Sat, May 27, 2023
Sun, May 28, 2023
Shows are for 21 and over only, with valid ID.
*2 Drink minimum per person.*
Doors open 30-60 minutes prior depending on showtime.
*All show lineups are subject to change.
(In this Covid era, our lineups can and may change at the last minute, as needed.)
**For those guests who may need extra assistance in seating or space for a wheelchair, we kindly ask that you call the club and leave a message letting us know, along with your name and the show you are attending. 408.736.0921 That way we can be sure to reserve the table with the best access for you.
Ali Macofsky is a stand up comedian, actress, and writer who began her comedy career at the age of 7 when she would join Ryan Seacrest on KIIS FM every weekday morning and prank call listeners as her character “Lil Ally” and has continued to pursue comedy ever since. Shortly after high school, Ali quickly established herself in the Los Angeles comedy scene where she became the first regular to perform on over 100 episodes of the Comedy Store’s weekly Kill Tony podcast. This provided further opportunities leading Ali to headline venues across the country, as well as open for huge names in the comedy world like Russell Peters and Joe Rogan. Most recently, Ali was named a New Face of Comedy at the Just for Laughs Comedy festival in Montreal. She also just completed a tour opening for rock musician, St. Vincent. Ali’s stand up has been featured on Just For Laughs digital receiving over 3 million views and her stand up has been seen on TikTok over 10 million times. She has a popular series on her Instagram (@notalimac) where she talks to strangers online and she hosts a weekly podcast called Resting Bitch. Ali’s voice on and off stage has captured a wide range of fans who gravitate toward her honest, relatable sense of humor and unique perspective on life.
From his humble beginnings in the Midwest, Ryan Goodcase has since taken to the mic to make his quiet, awkward voice heard. Praised for his smart writing and dry delivery, Ryan became the youngest person to win the World Series of Comedy in 2019. Since then he has also won the 45th San Francisco International Comedy Competition in 2021 and become a paid regular at local clubs in the Bay Area, and dozens of other clubs across the country. He’s performed at The Motor City Comedy Festival, The Santa Cruz Comedy Festival, and was named Oakland Comedy Machine’s 2018 Tournament of Champions winner. You may also recognize him as the actor playing an apathetic Bed, Bath & Beyond employee in a series of comedic online commercials.