San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 11, 2006
The San Francisco Comedy College (SFCC), one of the top three comedy schools in America, is pleased to announce that Eddie Brill, talent coordinator and audience warm-up for the past nine years for the Late Show with David Letterman, the popular late night talk show, renowned for its long-time support of stand-up comedy, will audition comedians from the well-known San Francisco comedy school for coveted spots on upcoming episodes of the Late Show With David Letterman. The audition show will take place on Saturday, December 2, 2006, at 8 p.m. at The Clubhouse, located at 414 Mason St. #705 in downtown San Francisco. There will also be a second show at 10 p.m., which will feature Eddie Brill as the headliner. For more information about Eddie Brill, go to http://www.eddiebrill.com.
"We're thrilled that Eddie Brill has chosen to audition comedians for the Late Show With David Letterman at the Clubhouse. Performing on the Late Show is a highly desirable goal for many comedians and we're honored to host the audition showcases," says Kurtis Matthews, founder of the SFCC. Scheduled performers at the audition showcase include Los Angeles comedian Gayla Johnson, the Bay Area's popular Brian Malow, gay comedian Nick Leonard, who was recently featured on Yahoo.com and San Francisco cult favorite Will Franken.
The SFCC currently trains between 80 and 130 new comedians a month in San Francisco, Sunnyvale and San Diego, and prides itself on updating its curriculum and preparing students to compete in the larger comedy markets of Los Angeles and New York, late night shows and comedy festivals worldwide. Tickets for the Late Night with Letterman Audition Shows are $15. To reserve your tickets, please call the SFCC at (415) 921-2051 or go to http://www.sfcomedycollege.com or http://www.clubhousecomedy.com.
About The San Francisco Comedy College (SFCC)
Since 1999, the San Francisco Comedy College has offered stand-up and improv classes for beginners, advanced students and working professional comedians in the Bay Area. Comedian Kurtis Matthews founded the SFCC after 14 years of working clubs nationwide, appearing on national television and surviving the LA comedy scene. He opened for Bill Hicks, Sam Kinison, Ron White, Devo and other top talents. For more information, go to http://www.sfcomedycollege.com