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Marga's Comedy Salon

July is SOLD OUT! Hurry and get your tickets for August before they are gone!

Join Marga and Friends Every 4th Tuesday in The Castro, SF.  Tickets are $10. Reservations are advised. Any remaining will tickets be sold at the door but seating is limited. 

About Marga’s Comedy Salon: Marga Gomez doesn’t just love to perform she loves to present other performers. With this once a month series, Marga honors the fabulous tradition of the Castro, mixing comedy and community, and including hilarious folks of all stripes: stand-ups, storytellers, authors, improvisers and more. All shows start 8pm and run 90 minutes. Doors open at 7:45pm.

Tuesday July 26th features :
Natasha Muse is a comedian, a skeptic, a mom, and was declared a “Comedian to Watch” by the SF Weekly.  Natasha performs regularly all over the Bay Area, including Cobb’s Comedy Club and the SF Punchline. Muse, an award-winning comedian, earned her chops as a lip-syncing transsexual diva at AsiaSF.  Years later, she is a favorite in the Bay Area comedy scene loved for her her wordplay and ingenious riffing.

Karinda Dobbins is a Detroit native born into a politically active family of skilled storytellers and sharp wits. To date, she has performed across the country opening for Greg Proops, Trevor Noah and W. Kamau Bell. Karinda made her primetime national television debut on the Nickelodeon Network’s “Moms Night Out.”

Jim Provenzano is a Lambda Literary Award winner for “Every Time I Think of You”, a prolific author, and lifelong athlete. Provenzano was asked to guest-curate the world's first gay sports exhibit, Sporting Life: GLBT Athletics and Cultural Change from the 1960s to Today for the GLBT Historical Society in San Francisco. He is an editor at The Bay Area Reporter and co- created the monthly BARtab - San Francisco’s LGBT nightlife guide.

Marga Gomez has appeared on LOGO’s “One Night Stand Up,” Showtime's "Latino Laugh Festival,” Comedy Central’s “Out There", and HBO’s “Comic Relief” at the invitation of Robin Williams. She is a GLAAD Award winner and a 2016 co-winner of a Bestie Comedy Award for gay comedy. She is also the writer/performer of eleven solo plays. 

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