July 02

SYDNEY & SURENI

MAIN ROOM

SYDNEY & SURENI

Sydney and Sureni Co-headlining Tour Sydney and Sureni have forged an undeniable bond on and off stage. They're bringing their beautiful queer faces to a city near you. Sureni Weerasekera is a Sri Lankan-born, San Diego-raised, & New York-based stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. She is known for her lighthearted, conversational banter to her ruthless, dark jabs that shed light on cultural dilemmas in a palatable, enticing way. She has performed at SF Sketchfest, Desi Comedy Festival, Oakland Comedy Festival, and Silicon Valley Pride Festival. She recently opened for Hari Kondabolu, Irene Tu, and Ashley Gavin. With an aptitude for writing, Sureni was awarded the 2019 Diversity in Comedy Writing Fellowship at Killing My Lobster SF. She is the creator of “Medium Roasts,” a mini-video series about the cafe world, whom she wrote, edited and acted in. With her blonde pompadour and blunt sarcasm, Sydney Stigerts established herself in the Sacramento, CA comedy scene at a young age. She delights in skewering her millennial peers almost as much as she likes mocking her queer community. On stage, she is high energy, relatable, and would love to tell you a story. As a member of the group 1° of Separation: A Funny Look at Depression, she has performed at colleges and comedy clubs from South Dakota to California. With three other members of 1° of Separation, she was the subject of the documentary Dying to Laugh. She has opened for Cameron Esposito, Sophie Buddle, Bob the Drag Queen, and Jinkx Monsoon. She has performed in the San Diego Comedy Festival, The Laughed Out Queer Comedy Festival in Las Vegas, the San Francisco Comedy Competition, and won the Best of Fest award at The Big Pine Festival in Phoenix. She was also a nominee at the Laugh After Dark Comedy Fest in Las Vegas.

07/02/2023 8:00 PM

Door Time: 7:00 PM

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Sydney and Sureni Co-headlining Tour Sydney and Sureni have forged an undeniable bond on and off stage. They're bringing their beautiful queer faces to a city near you. Sureni Weerasekera is a Sri Lankan-born, San Diego-raised, & New York-based stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. She is known for her lighthearted, conversational banter to her ruthless, dark jabs that shed light on cultural dilemmas in a palatable, enticing way. She has performed at SF Sketchfest, Desi Comedy Festival, Oakland Comedy Festival, and Silicon Valley Pride Festival. She recently opened for Hari Kondabolu, Irene Tu, and Ashley Gavin. With an aptitude for writing, Sureni was awarded the 2019 Diversity in Comedy Writing Fellowship at Killing My Lobster SF. She is the creator of “Medium Roasts,” a mini-video series about the cafe world, whom she wrote, edited and acted in. With her blonde pompadour and blunt sarcasm, Sydney Stigerts established herself in the Sacramento, CA comedy scene at a young age. She delights in skewering her millennial peers almost as much as she likes mocking her queer community. On stage, she is high energy, relatable, and would love to tell you a story. As a member of the group 1° of Separation: A Funny Look at Depression, she has performed at colleges and comedy clubs from South Dakota to California. With three other members of 1° of Separation, she was the subject of the documentary Dying to Laugh. She has opened for Cameron Esposito, Sophie Buddle, Bob the Drag Queen, and Jinkx Monsoon. She has performed in the San Diego Comedy Festival, The Laughed Out Queer Comedy Festival in Las Vegas, the San Francisco Comedy Competition, and won the Best of Fest award at The Big Pine Festival in Phoenix. She was also a nominee at the Laugh After Dark Comedy Fest in Las Vegas.

Sydney and Sureni Co-headlining Tour Sydney and Sureni have forged an undeniable bond on and off stage. They're bringing their beautiful queer faces to a city near you. Sureni Weerasekera is a Sri Lankan-born, San Diego-raised, & New York-based stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. She is known for her lighthearted, conversational banter to her ruthless, dark jabs that shed light on cultural dilemmas in a palatable, enticing way. She has performed at SF Sketchfest, Desi Comedy Festival, Oakland Comedy Festival, and Silicon Valley Pride Festival. She recently opened for Hari Kondabolu, Irene Tu, and Ashley Gavin. With an aptitude for writing, Sureni was awarded the 2019 Diversity in Comedy Writing Fellowship at Killing My Lobster SF. She is the creator of “Medium Roasts,” a mini-video series about the cafe world, whom she wrote, edited and acted in. With her blonde pompadour and blunt sarcasm, Sydney Stigerts established herself in the Sacramento, CA comedy scene at a young age. She delights in skewering her millennial peers almost as much as she likes mocking her queer community. On stage, she is high energy, relatable, and would love to tell you a story. As a member of the group 1° of Separation: A Funny Look at Depression, she has performed at colleges and comedy clubs from South Dakota to California. With three other members of 1° of Separation, she was the subject of the documentary Dying to Laugh. She has opened for Cameron Esposito, Sophie Buddle, Bob the Drag Queen, and Jinkx Monsoon. She has performed in the San Diego Comedy Festival, The Laughed Out Queer Comedy Festival in Las Vegas, the San Francisco Comedy Competition, and won the Best of Fest award at The Big Pine Festival in Phoenix. She was also a nominee at the Laugh After Dark Comedy Fest in Las Vegas.