S.F. Comedy Mainstay Goes Online, International With Virtual Series

Lisa Geduldig and Tanyalee Davis. Courtesy photos.

Lisa Geduldig and Tanyalee Davis. Courtesy photos.

As live events of all kinds go virtual, one Bay Area comedy show producer has taken it upon herself to launch a monthly online performance with international talent. Lisa Geduldig, who has produced San Francisco’s “Kung Pao Kosher Comedy” and “Comedy Returns to El Rio” for years, will launch “Lockdown Comedy” at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 16, featuring a group of London-based comedians. Geduldig and comedian Tanyalee Davis talked with “Civic” about coping with isolation, nailing comedic timing on Zoom and laughter as medicine.

“It’s a matter of getting the timing right and trying to be as engaging as I can be in a small little screen. It’s a whole different ball game.”

— Tanyalee Davis

“Occasionally when a comic will do some crowd work and talk to someone, it’s just this connection. People are really desperately needing connection now.”

— Lisa Geduldig

A segment from our radio show and podcast, “Civic.” Listen daily at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on 102.5 FM in San Francisco, and subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify or Stitcher

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