The 25th Anniversary of Kung Pao Kosher Comedy™
(Jewish comedy on Christmas in a Chinese Restaurant)
takes place December 23-25, 2017 in San Francisco, California
THE alternative Jewish Christmas event in San Francisco.
It’s an institution!
AND San Francisco’s longest-running comedy show! Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2017!
STAY TUNED FOR OUR 25TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWS: DEC 23-25, 2017!
Tickets will go are ON-SALE HERE and at 925-743-1282 on October 30, 2017 @ 10am
*Dinner Show tix: $72 – 7-course set menu
(Click here on the word Menu to see the menu.)
*Cocktail Show tix: $52 – Vegetarian Dim Sum
Things you’ll wanna know:
1) All seating is reserved; first come, first served in the order in which you purchase tickets. Kung Pao Kosher Comedy’s patrons are seated at round tables of 10. Everyone is assigned to specific tables (though not specific seats at that table), according to when their order is placed online or over the phone. Seating is reserved ahead of time and is not determined on the day of the show. You will be seated at tables named Chopped Liver, Gilda Radner, Guilt, Meshugganah… The earlier you buy tickets, the better the seats.
Your ticket has your table name printed on it. It’s essential that you sit at the table to which you were assigned and not change tables, as the shows sell out, and every seat is accounted for. Changing tables would create havoc and delay the show. And you don’t want to do that.
As always, everyone will be seated at tables of 10. That’s 10 to a
table, not 11 or 12, sorry! It’s just a matter of whether you reserve an entire table for your party of 10 or are seated with friendly strangers. Who knows, you might meet someone! One couple who had been together for 25 years even got married at Kung Pao because they sat at a table with a cantor they had never met, and they got to talking, and next thing you know…
The doors will open a 1/2 hour prior to each show. Our box office, Trilogy Ticketing, will email you all the pertinent info (directions, parking, what time the doors open, the name of your table etc.) when you order your tickets.
2) There will be plenty of food on the fixed Dinner Show menu for both omnivores and
vegetarians alike. The Dim Sum at the Cocktail Show is vegetarian.
3) Tix will be sent by mail until Monday, Dec 11th. After that time, tickets will be held at Will Call for pickup on the night of the show at New Asia Restaurant.
4) If you change your e-mail, please let us know so we can keep in touch.
If you have a Kung Pao Kosher Comedy Ticketing question that is NOT answered on the Ticket Ordering Form or elsewhere on the site,
please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.