"TILT" Comedy and Storytelling!

Event Info

"TILT" Comedy and Storytelling!

Event Date: 
Friday, January 20, 2017 - 18:00 to 22:00

TILT! Stand-Up Comedy and Storytelling at the Pacific Pinball Museum with 100+ Pinball Machines on Free Play!

The short and sweet hour-long monthly comedy show brought to you by Mary Van Note and featuring the best comics of the Bay!  With stand-up performances by Emily Van Dyke, Vincent Chuang, Walker Glenn, and featured storyteller Erykah Steel. 

And as always your ticket includes admission to the Pacific Pinball Museum where 90+ pinball machines are on free play, so come early and stay late to play pinball from the 1950s to today's newest games.  Laughs and Fun - it's the Bay Area's best antidote for the Trump inauguration!

For more information, visit http://pacificpinball.org/

WHENFriday, January 20, 8PM (and every third Friday of the month)

WHERE: Pacific Pinball Museum, 1510 Webster Street, Alameda CA 94501,(510) 769-1349

ADMISSION: $15 at the door, ticket price includes access to the museum from 6PM-10PM!

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About the host Mary Van Note:

Mary Van Note is a stand-up comedienne of the weird variety. She is the creator and star of the award winning Independent Film Channel web series "The Mary Van Note Show: Gavin Really Wants Me." She is a SF Weekly Masterminds grant recipient, a seven-time SF Sketchfest performer, and an Andy Kaufman Award Semi-Finalist. The San Francisco Bay Guardian called her a “Zine-Queen Comedian” as she regularly makes zines, crafts and mini-comics. Her specialties are stick-figures and cross-stitch.

A Gracie Allen for the new millennium, Van Note’s comedic styling is truly unique, as she combines elements of raunchy slapstick with charmingly innocent self-deprecation.” – Flypmedia.com

Van Note’s film shorts reminded us of Andy Samberg’s digital shorts for SNL, but darker. Like all good comedians, she makes us laugh by being brutally honest. She’s crude and vulnerable at the same time. And she’s hella funny.” – SF Weekly

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