Comedians Take Over Puerto Vallarta!
Puerto Vallarta’s only comedy club located at the San Franciscan Resort has changed it’s name, but, not it’s location! The comedy club’s new name is now “PJ’S COMEDY CLUB” The English speaking comedy club (formerly The San Franciscan Comedy Club) is just another cultural addition added to the entertainment menu in Zona Romantica at the San Franciscan Resort, Calle Pilitas #213 @ Olas Altas, How do you get there? Go south on Calle Olas Altas till the end, and turn left on Pilitas, ½ block on the left is the San Franciscan Resort and PJ’S COMEDY CLUB.
MARCH MOVIE MADNESS ON THE BIG SCREEN
at PJ’s Comedy Club at the San Franciscan Resort
Tuesdays @7:30: Slumdog Millionaire
Wednesdays @7:30: The Reader
Thursdays @7:30: Austrailia
All movies only 7USD
Fridays @8:00: Live Comedy with Dan Nainan (In English)
Saturdays@8:00: Live Comedy with Dan Nainan (In English)
Sundays@8:30: Live Comedy with Dan Dainan (In English)
Comedy Shows 14USD Includes FREE open bar
Our professional stand-up comedians from North America are providing first class entertainment and creating an entire evening of laughter. Not a bad seat in the house, your senses will enjoy the colorful Moroccan style theater decorated in rich colors with comfortable seating, and “state of the art” sound and light system.
Every show during the entire season will kick off with a complementary happy hour at 8:00 PM which will be followed by the main comedy presentation that ends at 10:30, every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening from Dec 17th through April 12th. Tickets are sold at Benny’s Place on the beach, your hotel concierge, or by calling and leaving message at 222-6473, ext. 122 or P J’s direct line at 322-174-1751. Or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org introductory price is 200 pesos which includes a free bar!
CURRENTLY PLAYING: www.sanfranciscanresort.com
ADDRESS: Calle Pilitas #213, Zona Romantica
EMAIL: sanfranciscancomedy1 (at) yahoo.com
TEL: 222 6473 ext 122
Tickets can purchased at the Club door or by calling 222-6473, ext. 122. Season tickets are also available at a discount. Advanced ticket purchase is recommended due to limited seating. The show price is 200 pesos which includes the free bar! Your donations for tickets will benefit multiple charities, including AIDS worldwide.
The San Franciscan Comedy Club is created and presented by Pam Ensminger. Pam arrived in Puerto Vallarta last February with hopes, like many others, to open a business and live the rest of her life here. Her love for comedy, her multiple business experiences and volunteer community theater involvement, along with seeing a need for more English language cultural events here in Puerto Vallarta, were the catalysts in her decision to open a comedy club. Pam was one of the founders of a performing arts school in New Mexico called “PAPA” Public Academy for Performing Arts.”
Pam has booked some very talented comedians out of New York, California, Toronto and other NOTB venues that will keep you entertained and laughing the whole evening.
There’s not a bad seat in the house and your senses will enjoy the colorful Moroccan-style theater decorated in rich colors with comfortable seating, and state of the art sound and light systems.
A QUICKIE REVIEW of OPENING NIGHT:
Brad Loekle is a terrific comedian with a sophistication and dry humor that I’m very fond of from my days in the *big city.* His routine is gay with a heavily straight-oriented presentation (the audience was half and half this night). He pulls no punches and goes right into the gut with his jokes and stories. The audience laughed constantly.
I don’t think his routine would go over in the land of religion and propriety, tho. He’d probably be tarred and feathered after the first 3 minutes. If this is the comedian the Club is using to test the waters here, I can’t wait to see to what extremes they will go in future weeks.
The MCs, Mark and Ayn, are first class, also. Either could do their own shows.
The complimentary “all you can drink” pre-bar was a tad simple with good but cheap wines (Conche y Toro – my pick for less expensive wines here), standard cerveza and some sort of barrel concoction of fruit juices and vodka (my choice of the three – it was a hefty brew…). There were babes working the bar. The bar area/salon is very comfortable and was quite a lively place before and after the show.
The auditorium is designed so that everyone has a great view of the stage. The seats are very padded cushions on cement bleachers.
I loved the evening.