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Wednesday, Jan 29 2014

Sunday is the last day of SF Sketchfest, and there are great shows to see in the festival's final weekend. But why not close out your Sketchfest experience with something memorably weird and go to the Shakes the Clown live show? Conveniently scheduled at 4 p.m. the Sunday after the Super Bowl, your first crush, Bobcat Goldthwait, will do a live reading from his 1991 oddball cult hit, which describes as, "It looks like we don't have any synopsis for this title yet." Goldthwait, aka Shakes the drunken party clown himself, won't be the only original star showing up for the live reading; Florence Henderson, Julie Brown, and Tom Kenny will all be there to indulge in the strangeness.

Sun., Feb. 9, 4 p.m., 2014

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