Join the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table
for a Virtual Lockdown Comedy Break
With Comedians Lisa Geduldig and Greg Proops
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
12 noon – 1 p.m., with networking from 11:50 a.m.-noon
We are thrilled to present two stars of the local comedy scene as they take a wry look back at the politics, pandemic and pandemonium of 2020:
- LA-based political comedian Greg Proops (of the “Whose Line Is It, Anyway” improv TV show and host of the hit Podcast “The Smartest Man in the World”) and
- SF-based comedian Lisa Geduldig (producer of “Kung Pao Kosher Comedy” and the monthly “Lockdown Comedy”)
Proceeds from this special event will benefit the PR Round Table’s Scholarship Program, which supports college and grad school students pursuing careers in public relations and allied fields.
Just $10 for an hour of fun and camaraderie;
please also consider donating to the Scholarship Program when you register.
Note: If your financial circumstances don’t allow you to pay full price for a ticket, please contact PR Round Table Chair Molly Walker at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg Proops is a stand-up comic from San Francisco. He lives in Hollywood. It’s not that bad. Really. The Proopdog is best known for his unpredictable appearances on “Whose Line is it Anyway?” Both US and UK. In its 7th season on the CW. Professor Proops has a hit Podcast called “The Smartest Man in the World.” Recorded live in Hollywood, Australia, New Zealand, Montreal, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, San Francisco, Austin, London, Paris and aboard a ship off St. Maarten. Rembrandt Greg recurred as the art teacher Mr. Granger on ABC’s Sitcom “Schooled.” Greg gives voice to Garma and Pod Race Announcer Jak Sirvak on the Disney Channel‘s Star Wars Animated Series “Star Wars Resistance.” Greg is Banzhou the evil cat alongside Zhendaya, Stephen Fry, Reggie Watts and many others in the animated feature “Duck, Duck, Goose” seen on Netflix.
Lisa Geduldig is a San Francisco-based comedian and comedy producer who is most known for her annual comedy tradition Kung Pao Kosher Comedy™ — Jewish comedy on Christmas in a Chinese restaurant, which celebrates its 28th year this December (albeit this year in Cyberspace). Before the pandemic, Lisa had been running a monthly decade-long comedy show at El Rio in San Francisco where her comedy career began 30 years ago. Lisa also does freelance arts PR in both English and Spanish…again when there’s not a pandemic.