Written & Performed by Alicia Dattner
Wednesday, February 5th, 2020
San Francisco Main Stage
In her new standup show, Alicia explores what’s so funny (or not) about climate change, Instagram, and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.
“Raw, uncensored, apocalyptic, non-dual, post-feminist ukulele comedy at its finest!”
Raised in an extremely liberal branch of Judaism known as an Ashram, Alicia’s spiritual roots – and propensity for poking fun at them – go deep. She did her first standup set at 18 and graduated from Hampshire College with a degree in standup comedy and filmmaking.
Mentored by several talented comedians over the years, including W. Kamau Bell (CNN, FX), Eugene Mirman (Flight of the Conchords), and Bill Santiago (Comedy Central), she’s been rocking clubs like The Improv and Gotham Comedy Club, playing in San Francisco, New York, London, Hollywood, Honolulu, Bali, and Bombay. She’s performed with Ali Wong, Maria Bamford, Moshe Kasher, Arj Barker, Kate Willett, Ann Randolph, and many more luminaries.