Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Melissa Harmon  510.205.6959

Egghead Comedy at Pacific Pinball
January 25th, 2014
8pm to 12 midnight
$15 Adults only.  
Includes pinball, Free Snacks and No Host Bar. Have questions? 

Intelligent Comedy comes to the Pacific Pinball Museum

In the age of reality shows and homemade YouTube clips of hippos farting, the question needs to be asked: Is smart comedy dead

Comedy and Pinball for a Cause is challenging this question on January 25, 2013 at the “Egghead Comedy Showcase.”  Purchase advance tickets at:

Proceeds from the event go to the Pacific Pinball Museum to keep pinball alive and celebrated.  

The show is produced by comedian, author and motivational speaker Nina G who appears in the lineup.  Nina G, a long time fan of comedy misses the days of George Carlin and Mort Sahl and thought this would be a great way to showcase the talents of smart local San Francisco comedians.  Nina herself is part of the stand up comedy troupes Comedians with Disabilities Act and Feminist Tendencies.   

Natasha Muse, host of Egghead comedy, performs regularly all over the Bay Area, including Cobb’s Comedy and the SF Punchline. In addition to stand-up, she also hosts the "cult hit" podcast "Too Soon." Natasha's whimsical word play and cerebral writing has made her a favorite of audiences across the San Francisco Bay Area.  

Jonathan Ott is a relative newcomer to comedy.  A native of Pittsburg, California, Jonathan’s act consists of a mixture of wit, sarcasm and physical humor. His material comes from life experiences and observations; Jonathan has a very unique and interesting perspective.  

Duat Mai and Ethan Orloff co-headline the show with twenty years in comedy between them.  They have performed at comedy clubs across California including the San Francisco Punchline, Purple Onion and LA's Laugh Factory.

 Duat is one of the most bizarre comedians on the San Francisco scene.  His comedy runs the gamut between observations about the fingers on hands to conspiracy theories.  

Ethan has been called a modern day Mort Sahl because of his topical political observations and commentary.

Proceeds from the show will go to the Pacific Pinball Museum, a 501(c)3 nonprofit.  Learn more about the museum and its mission and cultural events at

The shows begins at 8 p.m..  Show will contain adult content. Tickets are $15 and available at

For more information write to
Call 510-205-6959



PPM Memberships

Gift Certificates

email requests:

Give your family and friends a Gift Certificate for Admission to the Pacific Pinball Museum:   Adult admission: $15, Children 16 and under: $7.50.  We can send you certificates via email for any amount.

Even Better, give an
Individual Membership: $100. Unlimited free admission to PPM for one year.  Includes 10% store discount, PPM newsletter and Invitations to Members-Only events.

Duo: $150 - Unlimited free admission for two adults for one year. 
 Includes 10% store discount, PPM newsletter and Invitations to Members-Only events.

Family admission: $250 - Unlimited free admission for two adults and two children 16 and under.  Includes 10% store discount, PPM newsletter and Invitations to Members-Only events.

email requests:

The Pacific Pinball Museum is a 501 c 3 non-profit.

Pinball news for friends of the Museum who signed up for our info.

Unsubscribe <<Email Address>> from this list.

Our mailing address is:
Pacific Pinball Museum
1510 Webster St.
Alameda, CA 94501

Add us to your address book

Copyright (C) 2013 Pacific Pinball Museum All rights reserved.

Forward this email to a friend
Update your profile