Running for President 2036
Make America great again, again…
Fri, Feb. 10th 8 PM | Sat, Feb. 11th 6 PM
Location: Cubberley Community Center Palo Alto CA
Sammy talks about his campaign for President in 2036. Platforms that bring America together, save everyone money, and make the perks of having government more fun and cool! Using his background in math and business from UC Berkeley to solve our biggest economic problems and his over a decade of comedy experience to give solid campaign speeches, Sammy’s candidacy looks very promising. Allowing himself 20 years to build his social media platform and starting a family is a very reasonable goal, and in fact, 5 people in the state of California already voted for him in the 2016 election. As well as 2 in Ohio. Possibly even more if we do a recount.
Imran G hits the stage with intensity and clever quips that keep his audience enthralled and roaring with laughter. The Seattle native has performed from coast to coast and honed an act to entertain audiences of all sizes, shapes, and tastes. Imran is now based in the Bay Area and has performed around the country at Comedy clubs, Theaters and Festivals as well as the NBC Standup for Diversity Showcase. He is a finalist in the Rooster T Feathers Competition, Winner of the 2011 Walk the Plank Comedy Competition and Winner of The Moth SF 2014 StorySLAM. Imran has worked with acts like Kyle Kinane, Fortune Feimster, Robin Williams and more. When not doing comedy he enjoys doing cartwheels and acting like he knows how to breakdance.
About Sammy Obeid
Lebanese-American born in Oakland California, Sammy Obeid double majored in Business and Mathematics at UC Berkeley and turned down a job at Google to be a comedian. Recently appearing on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and America’s Got Talent, as well as TBS’s Conan, Sammy’s style has been described as “intelligent,” “inspiring,” and “a youthful perspective that reaches all ages.” Blending his education and life stories, Obeid is a favorite at colleges, voted “Fastest Rising Star” of 2014 in Campus Activities Magazine. As the youngest member of two national tours, The Next Generation of Comedy and CoExist, Sammy’s worked with Robin Williams, Russell Peters, Louis CK and more. He is also the first comedian to ever perform on the Food Network and is best know for his world record performing comedy 1,001 nights in a row, a story featured in both Time Magazine and The New York Times.