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Comedy Night with Brian Maggi, Sue Alfieri & Carrie Gilbert

Second City writer and comedian Brian Maggi hosts top SF Bay Area stand-up comics every month.

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Comedy Night with Brian Maggi, Sue Alfieri & Carrie Gilbert
Comedy Night with Brian Maggi, Sue Alfieri & Carrie Gilbert

Time & Location

Mar 22, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Santa Rosa, 528 7th St, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, USA

About the event

Every month, Brian Maggi hosts a stellar line-up of comedians from San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area.  Brian is the executive producer of Showmentum and performs around the Bay Area, including Cobbs, The Punchline, and the Bankhead Theater. He has opened for Laurie Kilmartin and Kira Soltanovich. He also wrote sketch comedy for Second City and co-created the underground humor magazine “In Formation.” He is a published author and keynote speaker on innovation and creativity.  March 22 guests are: Sue Alfieri and Carrie Gilbert  

Brian is comedian, writer and executive producer of Showmentum. He has performed all around the Bay Area including Cobbs, Rooster T. Feathers, and The Punchline. He has opened for Laurie Kilmartin, Kira Soltanovich and The Daly Show Writers Tour.  He has written for Second City, a various publications. He is currently the Humor Editor for In Formation Magazine. Though his biggest claim to fame, is being the inventor of the Spam filter because he needed a plausible excuse for not returning his mom’s emails.

Sue grew up in a suburb of New York City in a strict Italian-Catholic family. Armed with more than her share of black clothing, meatball recipes, and quick-witted sarcastic responses, during a quarter-life crisis, she moved to San Francisco. After more than a decade in the Bay Area, Sue’s laid-back attitude is just a beard for the silently, but deadly sarcasm she still delivers without warning. She’s a mom of two, married to a feminist man who cooks, cleans, and grocery shops. Sue’s fear of missing out causes her to have a full schedule. She will try anything once, but comedy seems to have stuck. She works all over the Bay Area and has opened for Steve Hytner, Don Friesen and has performed at SF Punchline and Cobbs comedy club. 

Carrie is one of the slowest-rising comedians in the country. After being knighted with the Class Clown yearbook honorific at Foothill High School in 1992, she received an award for “strengthening the fabric of goodwill that exists in the world through laughter” after she performed at a benefit gig in Seattle in 1997. She made it to the finals of the Killer Laughs competition at Dublin’s (dearly departed) Bunjo’s Comedy Club in 2012. She also made it onto Last Comic Standing if you count the crowd shots in the first episode of the seventh season.

Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door.

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