What’s So Funny After 50?
Dan St. Paul’s “What’s So Funny After 50?” comes to the Pacific Pinball Museum for one night only! Friday February 7th at 8pm
Aging happens to everybody, but when it happens to comic Dan St. Paul, it’s hilarious. Upon reaching the half century mark, St. Paul had a series of revelations about his body (“I’m a cylinder now. I can wear a belt anywhere on my body.”); his faulty memory (“I have eight pairs of reading glasses and I have no idea where they are.”); and dealing with his teenage son (“I have a bumper sticker that says ‘My Son’s Just Getting By At Hillsdale High’).
Now he has packed his cleverest reflections on going gray into “What’s Funny After 50?” Turns out, getting old has given this former opener for Jerry Seinfeld some of his best material ever. Comedy-lovers from their teens to their golden years will enjoy this solo show.
Dan is a veteran of San Francisco comedy. After a seven year stint of headlining San Francisco clubs in the comedy duo Murphy-St. Paul, Dan launched his own solo act that was to land him in the finals of the nation’s toughest comedy competition, The San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition.
Soon after, Dan moved to Los Angles and appeared on several episodes of “An Evening at the Improv.” Plus numerous shows on VH-1, MTV and Comedy Central. Since then, he has opened for such superstars as Jerry Seinfeld, Natalie Cole, and Smokey Robinson.
Comedy and Pinball for a Cause, a show produced by comedian Nina G, brings Dan St. Paul to Alameda for a special one night only performance at the Pacific Pinball Museum on Friday, February 7. 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 www.Pacificpinball.org.
The shows begins at 8 p.m.. Show will contain adult content. Tickets are $15 and available at: