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"Animal House" 40th Anniversary Reunion

Whether you're Delta Tau Chi or Omega Theta Pi, you won't want to miss this 40th anniversary reunion from the 2018 SF Sketchfest of the cast and director of "Animal House," a groundbreaking comedy classic with some of the best comedic performances of the 1970s. Dress in your best toga and join the cast and crew for an onstage conversation moderated by author and musician Paul Myers.

Julie Klausner in conversation with Tom Scharpling

Julie Klausner in conversation with Tom Scharpling

SF Sketchfest is thrilled to pay tribute to the hilarious Julie Klausner, who sat down for a spirited onstage conversation about her life and work, moderated by Tom Scharpling.

“Office Space” 20th Anniversary Reunion

“Office Space” 20th Anniversary Reunion

Fill out those TPS Reports, put on your fifteen pieces of flair and watch this 20th Anniversary reunion of the classic workplace comedy, "Office Space." Join writer/director Mike Judge and members of the cast and crew including David Herman (“Michael Bolton”), Greg Pitts ("Drew"), Stephen Root ("Milton") and score composer John Frizzell, moderated by SF Sketchfest co-founder Cole Stratton.

Brian Regan in conversation with Todd Barry

Brian Regan in conversation with Todd Barry

SF Sketchfest proudly pays tribute to one of the greatest minds in stand-up comedy: Brian Regan. Join him for a rare night of conversation, Q&A and a little bit of stand-up, with friend and comedian Todd Barry.

Ricky Gervais in conversation with Christopher Guest

Ricky Gervais in conversation with Christopher Guest

In this SF Sketchfest Tribute, Ricky Gervais sat down with friend and fellow comedy icon Christopher Guest for an informal and fun conversation.

Margaret Cho in conversation with Ben Fong-Torres

Margaret Cho in conversation with Ben Fong-Torres

SF Sketchfest pays tribute to trailblazing modern comedy icon and former Bay Area resident Margaret Cho with an onstage conversation and audience Q&A, moderated by Ben Fong-Torres.

Alan Arkin in conversation with Kevin Pollak

Alan Arkin in conversation with Kevin Pollak

Iconic actor Alan Arkin sat down with Kevin Pollak in 2014 to celebrate the 35th anniversary of The In-Laws and discuss Arkin's life and work.

Spotlight on “Better Things”

Spotlight on “Better Things”

SF Sketchfest proudly salutes Pamela Adlon and her amazing FX show “Better Things” with an in-person conversation with Adlon and cast members.

Robert Townsend & Keenen Ivory Wayans in conversation with W. Kamau Bell

Robert Townsend & Keenen Ivory Wayans in conversation with W. Kamau Bell

Comedy and filmmaking icons Robert Townsend and Keenen Ivory Wayans reunite to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their classic film "Hollywood Shuffle," a beloved satirical comedy about the racial stereotypes of African-Americans in film and television.

Dick Cavett: 50th Anniversary of “The Dick Cavett Show”

Dick Cavett: 50th Anniversary of “The Dick Cavett Show”

SF Sketchfest pays tribute to entertainment icon Dick Cavett on the 50th anniversary of his debut program, "The Dick Cavett Show."

Phoebe Robinson in conversation with Favianna Rodriguez

Phoebe Robinson in conversation with Favianna Rodriguez

Phoebe Robinson (“2 Dope Queens,” “Sooo Many White Guys”) sits down with Favianna Rodriguez for a special conversation.

Jane Lynch in conversation with Ian Brennan, Michael Hitchcock and John Michael Higgins

Jane Lynch in conversation with Ian Brennan, Michael Hitchcock and John Michael Higgins

SF Sketchfest is proud to pay tribute to the wit, wisdom, and musical prowess of the great Jane Lynch.

George Wallace in conversation and whatnot with Patton Oswalt

George Wallace in conversation and whatnot with Patton Oswalt

SF Sketchfest pays tribute to groundbreaking and iconic comedy legend George Wallace, who sits down for an in-depth conversation with his friend and fellow comedian, Patton Oswalt.

Uptown Showdown Debate: Childhood vs. Adulthood

Uptown Showdown Debate: Childhood vs. Adulthood

In Uptown Showdown, a unique and quirky spin-off on school debate events, two teams of comedians square off to argue which side of some arbitrary topic is BETTER. Debaters will go head-to-head to tackle what will clearly be one of the most important issues of our time, and the audience decides the winner!

The Monkees: Michael Nesmith & Micky Dolenz in conversation with Paul Myers

The Monkees: Michael Nesmith & Micky Dolenz in conversation with Paul Myers

SF Sketchfest was delighted to pay tribute to groundbreaking rock and roll band and television icons The Monkees, with an in-depth conversation with Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz, moderated by Paul Myers.

Theme Park Improv

Theme Park Improv

The Theme Park cast wings a set of fast-paced long-form scenes and characters, based on stories from special guest monologist Paget Brewster.

The Roast of Peaches Christ

The Roast of Peaches Christ

San Francisco icon Peaches Christ gets roasted within an inch of her life by an all star cast, recorded live at SF Sketchfest from the Castro Theatre!

Fred Willard with special guests Christopher Guest, Robert Klein, Laraine Newman and Kevin Pollak

Fred Willard with special guests Christopher Guest, Robert Klein, Laraine Newman and Kevin Pollak

Fred Willard is joined by friends and collaborators Christopher Guest, Robert Klein, Laraine Newman and moderator Kevin Pollak on stage for an SF Sketchfest Tribute.

Molly Shannon in conversation with Bruce McCulloch, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of “Superstar”

Molly Shannon in conversation with Bruce McCulloch, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of “Superstar”

SF Sketchfest proudly celebrates the talent, imagination and humor of the wonderful Molly Shannon, who was joined by her dear friend, collaborator and "Superstar" director Bruce McCulloch for this one-of-a-kind conversation that followed our 20th anniversary screening.

“Airplane!” 40th Anniversary Reunion Panel

“Airplane!” 40th Anniversary Reunion Panel

Join co-writer/co-director David Zucker, leading man Robert Hays ("Ted Striker") and leading lady Julie Hagerty ("Elain Dickinson") on stage for an afternoon of funny stories and audience Q&A, moderated by Kevin Murphy.

For the first time ever, we are opening up our video archive of past festival events including panels, tribute conversations, and more! New shows release each Tuesday. Proceeds go toward helping to keep our small business afloat, to the performers featured, and to select charities and fundraisers for fellow independent artists and venues in our comedy community.

Shows are available to watch for 48 hours, starting when you hit “play” for the first time. Videos can be watched on most computers, mobile devices and can be streamed via Airplay or Chromecast to your television.