Our Sunday shows are coproduced by Ronn Vigh and Drew Harmon.
Wednesdays are coproduced by Ronn Vigh, Liz Stone, and Drew Harmon.
Early in his career, Ronn Vigh’s brash attitude and acerbic wit earned him a comparison to a young Joan Rivers by the SF Weekly. It was certainly a fitting comparison as Ronn later became a writer for Rivers on her hit E! Television show “Fashion Police.”
Ronn regularly performs at comedy clubs, colleges and festivals across the nation. He also co-hosts the sports-comedy podcast, “Switching Teams: A Gay Dude & A Straight Dude Talk About Sports.”
Liz Stone performs throughout the country and is known for her personal stories of life, love, and embarrassing moments. She is a regular at the SF Punch Line, Cobbs Comedy Club, The Laugh Factory, Laughs Unlimited, and Rooster T Feathers. She was selected to perform in the 2019 San Francisco International Comedy Competition, 2020 San Francisco Sketchfest Festival, and has performed at Bohemian Grove. A former corporate attorney, Liz discovered standup comedy as a balance to the corporate grind and has been entertaining audiences with her unique perspective ever since.
Drew Harmon is a comedian and former TV weatherman who lives in San Francisco. Drew is a regular at the San Francisco Punch Line, has worked with Steve Byrne, Dov Davidoff, Jimmy Pardo, Nicole Byer and more. Drew also created the popular show, “I Think I’d Be Good At That” where a person who has never done standup before headlines a comedy show, which has been featured as part of SF Sketchfest and the Oakland Comedy Fest.