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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

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Posted By on Wed, Sep 26, 2007 at 11:44 AM

This just in from improv troup SPF7:

Breakups suck. Believe us.

Also, SPF7 has two big shows coming up in the next week.

Saturday, September 29:

The Eureka Theatre in San Francisco (w/ Crisis Hopkins and Blind Dynamite)

215 Jackson St.

8:00 PM/ $15.00

It's us and two other really great improv troupes. They also have cooler names than us. At least, I think that at first, but then I think about our name again, and it's blandness starts to make it cool again. Like how the White Stripes don't have a bass player. Unless Jack plays it instead of a guitar and then lays those tracks under eachother, hence cheating the concept of his sound. What? There's gonna be beer at the show. Come see it.

Wednesday, October 3:

Headlining One Night at the Purple Onion in San Francisco

9:00 PM/$10

The Purple Onion is the best room for comedy in the world. It's legendary, it's awesome looking, it's classy, and SFWeekly just voted it the best comedy club in the city. One Night is an awesome showcase of the city's up and coming comedic talent, and we're really excited to be headlining. Seriously, come to this show. We're going to crush, or we quit.

Hugs and kisses.



thanks guys.-David Downs

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