Citi Presents Seth Meyers came to town Nov. 21 for a one-off standup show at San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts. "I've always wanted to perform in a palace," Meyers joked to kick off the set. "And I've long considered my standup a fine art." The "Saturday Night Live" regular and host of "Late Night with Seth Meyers" kept the laughs coming for almost an hour and a half. His set was equal parts political satire, family anecdotes and relationship commentary, and he threw in a few behind-the-scenes stories from his famous White House Correspondents Dinner speech, including a photo-op-gone-wrong with the president. To close the set, he pulled out a few cue cards and put on his TV host voice and shared a collection of censored jokes from his late night show.
A recap of the comedian's stand-up performance at the Palace of Fine Arts