The PM Show
May 15 is the 135th day of the year (136th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. It’s also Christian Feast Day, Constituent Assembly Day in Lithuania, & Teachers’ Day in Mexico & South Korea. More importantly than all those things, it’s the third installment of the eponymous PM Show with Juan Medina. It is also the birthday of the creator & host, inspiring an especially potent line up of live music, comedians, sketches, videos, & even a live movie review segment courtesy of FILMDRUNK.com. Oh, & FREE BIRTHDAY CAKE (with admittance, of course.)
Conor Kellicutt (Headliner, in a Woody Allen film)
Conor wonders about the simple things in life. Why is his dog so happy? Why do we do the jobs we do? And what is that smell? Starting out in theater when he was 5, Conor graduated to Stand-up Comedy in San Francisco at 21 at the Legendary Holy City Zoo. Quickly becoming a regular at The Punchline and Cobb’s Comedy Club, and taking second place in the Comedy Central Laugh Riot Semi Finals, Conor has focused on finding just the right words and putting them in just the right order to keep his audiences laughing!
Conor has toured the world and worked with Dave Chappelle, Jake Johansen, Dave Attell, Tracy Morgan, Chris Titus, Dana Carvey, Robin williams, Greg Poops, Arj Barker, Patton Oswald, Greg Geraldo, Jay Mohr, Ralphy May and a bunch of people you have never heard of but are still hilarious!
Adam McLaughlin (feature,best engagement photos ever) Adam McLaughlin & his wife recently took a salacious engagement photo spread that is burning up the interwebz & local television (http://www.rightthisminute.com/video/best-engagement-photos-ever)
Shanti Charan (feature, Online romance “expert”)
She’s won “Best Stand Up on the Way Up” in SF Weekly. ‘Nuff said.
Vince Mancini (Film Reviewer, recently got dumped)
Founder & Writer of FilmDrunk.com, Vince knows a thing or two about why movies suck/don’t suck. Get ready cause he’s gone learn ya!
David Cairns (Co-host, gentrifier)
A member of Endgames Sketch comedy & Penn State Alumni, the author of this bio is currently realizing how little he actually knows about his co-host & is concerned & disappointed with himself :-(
Nick Stargu & Drennon Davis as the Post Meridiem Band
(Comedy-music stylings from Tatooine)
“If you venture into this awkward yet ultimately rewarding late-night show, you may well come out of it thinking that Drennon Davis is a bit of a genius.” - The Times (UK)
“it’s no surprise that a show produced by Fringe favorites the Pajama Men should possess this brand of offbeat slacker charm….Tune in, for a show that’s high on concept and adept in execution”
- The Guardian
“He’s such a good boy. He always finishes his veggies & that’s why I bake him my peach cobbler. It’s his favorite!”
$12, 8pm @ Lost Weekend Video (1034 Valencia Street San Francisco, Ca).