Andy grew up in a tiny town in South Central Kansas, which you may also know as the middle of nowhere. He’s fluent in redneck and can drive a combine.** He attended college in Tulsa, OK and spent 12 years there before relocating to the Bay Area six years ago following grad school to work […]
Last weekend we welcomed ComedySportz teams from (North to South) Portland, Sacramento and Los Angeles for the 2nd annual Left Coast Tournament. A great series of matches culminated with Saturday’s 9pm All Star match with guest ref Betse Green from Portland. The tournament was a tune-up for all 4 cities as they prepare to travel […]
Graduates of our Level Three Class will get to do their own show tonight at 7:00pm. Tickets are $5 at the door!
On May 20, 2011, Laura Lineback “To the Future” became a free agent. The heart-wrenching decision was made in order to accommodate her impending relocation to Los Angeles, Calif., which is following her graduation from San Francisco State University as an art major. The 29-year-old painter and Fremont native will be touring Europe on a two month […]
This past weekend, the San Jose team had the pleasure of welcoming a guest to their home field, all the way from ComedySportz Los Angeles: Rick Steadman. Since there are currently over 20 ComedySportz teams in the world, it’s not uncommon to have visiting playerz from cities as close as ComedySportz Sacramento, to as far […]
This weekend, CSz San Jose team was excited to host and perform alongside the winning team from the Northern California ComedySportz High School League Tournament: Castro Valley High. The tournament, now in it’s 8th year, awards 1st, 2nd and 3rd place to teams that demonstrate their skillz in improv, ComedySportz games, and, of course, teamwork. […]