SF Sketchfest announces 2010 lineups, ticket info

If you're spending any time in San Francisco between Jan. 14 and Feb. 2 in 2010, then you are in for many treats, because it's time once again for SF Sketchfest, a three-week celebration of comedy in all of its forms — not merely sketch, but also stand-up, game shows, reunions, panels, movies and more.

The festival released its full slate for 2010 on Friday. Things kick off Jan. 14 with a performance by Tim & Eric and the Pusswhip Banggang Music Show at the Mezzanine (or see Reggie Watts at The Punchline), and the finale night's program on Feb. 2 concludes with Cinematic Titantic's presentation of Danger on Tiki Island, featuring Mystery Science Theater 3000's Joel Hodgson, Trace Beaulieu, J. Elvis Weinstein, Mary Jo Pehl and Frank Conniff, with special guest Dave (Gruber) Allen. In between, the lineup includes performances by Comedy Death-Ray, Paul F. Tompkins, Never Not Funny, Doug Benson's I Love Movies, Game Show Explosion!, Kasper Hauser, A Tribute to Conan O'Brien with Andy Richter and Jimmy Pardo, The Greg Proops Chat Show, Inside Joke with Monty Python's Terry Jones, Kids In the Hall's Brain Candy, The Whitest Kids U Know, Brent Weinbach, Monty Python's Life of Brian, ASSSSCAT, Will Franken, The Midnight Show, Weird Al Yankovic and Chris Hardwick, An Evening with the Reno 911! Sheriff's Department, Facebook improv, The Heather Gold Show with Sara Benincasa, UHF, Bill Marx presents The Marx Brothers' Animal Crackers, Jill Sobule and Julia Sweeney, Ask A Ninja Live, Matt Braunger, Kyle Kinane, Invite Them Up, John Hodgman, Celebrity Autobiography, Jeff Kreisler's Get Rich Cheating, Greg Behrendt, and many many more performers. Look over the entire 2010 SF Sketchfest schedule.

Tickets for all shows go on sale at 10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 13. Look at the SF Sketchfest ticket info page for links and detailed info.

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