Comedians hone their talent at The Depot
February 17, 2010 9:23 PM
McBrayer has been hosting open mic night at The Depot--SF State's free venue for live music and comedy in the student center--for almost three years.
A crowd of 30, mostly students, come in and out freely while more than ten seasoned comedians take the stage. " There is no censorship here which is great, so if you're some crazy man on stage - it doesn't matter - it's SF State," Mc Brayer said. "Comedy is one of those things you can't censor...comedians need rooms like The Depot where they can test out their material."
Every Tuesday night the Depot hosts open mic night from 5 to 7 p.m. next to the school pub. But not just anyone can sign up. "I stick with comedians that I know can handle a room, I let them have as much time as possible but if someone is dying on stage I will take them off," Mc Brayer said.
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